Cincinnati Reds vs New York Mets Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense New York Mets
152 Games Played 152
5,766 Plate Appearances 5,508
5,081 At-Bats 4,894
731 Runs Scored 600
1,259 Hits 1,171
272 Doubles 213
11 Triples 14
204 Home Runs 167
701 Runs Batted In 569
31 Stolen Bases 50
22 Caught Stealing 24
515 Walks 470
1,347 Strikeouts 1,303
.248 Batting Average .239
.327 On-Base Percentage .316
.426 Slugging Percentage .391
0.753 OPS 0.707
91 OPS+ 94
2,165 Total Bases 1,913
121 Grounded Into Double Play 112
1,009 Left on Base 1,017

The are even in runs with the on the campaign having a total of 0. With a total of 1,259, the Reds have accrued more base knocks than the Mets this year. This year, the Reds are scoring more than their opposition, having 4.8 runs per game. When talking about strikeouts, New York has compiled 1,303 over the course of the season, and Cincinnati has 1,347. The Reds are sitting with a collective batting average of .248 and the Mets have accrued an average of .239. When distinguishing between these two teams, Cincinnati has amassed an on-base percentage of .327 and New York sits at .316.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching New York Mets
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.1
78 Wins 73
74 Losses 79
.513 Win-Loss Percentage .480
4.35 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.9
1 Complete Games 2
8 Team Shutouts 8
1 Complete Game Shutouts 1
41 Saves 39
1,346 Innings Pitched 1,296
1,238 Hits Allowed 1,158
708 Runs Allowed 630
651 Earned Runs Allowed 562
192 Home Runs Allowed 178
572 Walks Allowed 439
27 Intentional Walks Allowed 21
1,428 Strikeouts 1,364
61 Balks 68
54 Wild Pitches 52
5,804 Batters Faced 5,445
7 Balks 1
109 ERA+ 103
4.31 FIP 4.01
1.344 WHIP 1.232
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.0
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.5
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
1,057 Left on Base 926

Pertaining to inherited base runners, the Reds have notched a total of 226 on the campaign, while the Mets have 189. For the season, Cincinnati is the more superior bullpen in regard to save percentage coming in at 62%. With 71, the Cincinnati Reds have recorded more holds than the New York Mets for the season. Cincinnati has more saves than New York so far this season having earned a total of 41. In terms of team pitching stats, Cincinnati has a WHIP of 1.344 and New York sits at 1.232. The Mets are the better of these two pitching staffs in regard to surrendering homeruns with 178. Concerning getting strikeouts, the Reds have tallied 1,428 so far this year while the Mets are sitting with 1,364. Over the course of the season, New York is the more superior pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 3.90. Having 1,238, the Reds have surrendered more base knocks than the Mets for the year. The Cincinnati Reds have surrendered more runs per game than the New York Mets so far this season, with a rate of 4.66.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching New York Mets
536 Games in Relief 508
151 Games Finished 150
26 Wins in Relief 44
24 Losses in Relief 27
66 Save Opportunities 67
41 Saves 39
25 Blown Saves 28
62.0% Save Percentage 58.0%
139 Save Situations 139
71 Holds 70
226 Inherited Runners 189
87 Inherited Runners Scored 62
38.0% Inherited Score Percentage 33.0%
1.015 Average Leverage Index 1.035
178 High Leverage Situations 167
125 Medium Leverage Situations 137
212 Low Leverage Situations 188
227 Times Entered With Lead 201
82 Times Entered in Tie 88
227 Times Entered When Behind 219
151 Inherited Runners 128
385 Times Entered With Bases Empty 380
120 Multiple Inning Appearances 104

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding New York Mets
.690 Defensive Efficiency .695
5,459 Defensive Chances 5,216
4,039 Putouts 3,889
1,334 Assists 1,237
86 Errors 90
116 Double Plays 114
.984 Fielding Percentage .983

The Cincinnati Reds have recorded more putouts than the New York Mets on the season with a total of 4,039. With a total of 86, Cincinnati is sitting with less errors as New York this year. This year, Cincinnati has the better group of fielders, with a fielding percentage of .984. Regarding assists, the Reds have earned a total of 1,334 on the year, and the Mets have 1,237.