Cincinnati Reds vs Pittsburgh Pirates Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense Pittsburgh Pirates
147 Games Played 146
5,584 Plate Appearances 5,380
4,921 At-Bats 4,810
711 Runs Scored 536
1,221 Hits 1,131
264 Doubles 221
11 Triples 26
198 Home Runs 113
683 Runs Batted In 504
29 Stolen Bases 53
22 Caught Stealing 24
497 Walks 466
1,303 Strikeouts 1,185
.248 Batting Average .235
.327 On-Base Percentage .307
.427 Slugging Percentage .362
0.754 OPS 0.669
91 OPS+ 82
2,101 Total Bases 1,743
117 Grounded Into Double Play 85
976 Left on Base 1,012

While at the plate, Cincinnati has an on-base percentage of .327 and Pittsburgh holds strong at .307. The Reds hold a collective batting average of .248 and the Pirates have accrued an average of .235. In the matter of getting struck out, Pittsburgh has tallied 1,185 over the course of the season, and Cincinnati has 1,303. On the campaign, the Reds have the more dangerous offensive, earning 4.8 runs/game. With a total of 1,221, the Reds have tallied more hits than the Pirates on the campaign. The have the same amount of runs as the this season having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching Pittsburgh Pirates
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.1
76 Wins 54
71 Losses 92
.517 Win-Loss Percentage .370
4.34 Earned Run Average (ERA) 5.1
1 Complete Games 0
8 Team Shutouts 5
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
40 Saves 22
1,301 Innings Pitched 1,257
1,196 Hits Allowed 1,248
683 Runs Allowed 744
628 Earned Runs Allowed 706
186 Home Runs Allowed 188
556 Walks Allowed 539
27 Intentional Walks Allowed 20
1,374 Strikeouts 1,173
59 Balks 71
52 Wild Pitches 50
5,610 Batters Faced 5,511
7 Balks 3
110 ERA+ 84
4.33 FIP 4.70
1.346 WHIP 1.421
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.4
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.2
1,023 Left on Base 995

When discussing base runners inherited, the Reds have earned a total of 221 so far this season, while the Pirates have 177. This season, Cincinnati is the more superior group of pitchers in reference to save percentage coming in at 62%. With a total of 68, the Cincinnati Reds are sitting with more holds than the Pittsburgh Pirates on the year. Cincinnati has more saves than Pittsburgh so far this year having earned a total of 40. In relation to team pitching stats, Cincinnati has a WHIP of 1.346 and Pittsburgh is at 1.421. The Reds have more dominant pitchers concerning allowing homeruns with 186. Pertaining to total strikeouts, the Reds have accrued a total of 1,374 this season while the Pirates have 1,173. This year, Cincinnati has the more dominant pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 4.34. With 1,196, the Reds haven’t conceded as many base hits as the Pirates for the year. The Cincinnati Reds have allowed less runs per game than the Pittsburgh Pirates so far this year, averaging 4.65.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching Pittsburgh Pirates
516 Games in Relief 512
146 Games Finished 146
25 Wins in Relief 30
24 Losses in Relief 22
65 Save Opportunities 39
40 Saves 22
25 Blown Saves 17
62.0% Save Percentage 56.0%
135 Save Situations 104
68 Holds 62
221 Inherited Runners 177
87 Inherited Runners Scored 60
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
1.023 Average Leverage Index .894
176 High Leverage Situations 115
118 Medium Leverage Situations 132
201 Low Leverage Situations 246
222 Times Entered With Lead 161
82 Times Entered in Tie 61
212 Times Entered When Behind 290
147 Inherited Runners 106
369 Times Entered With Bases Empty 406
115 Multiple Inning Appearances 124

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding Pittsburgh Pirates
.691 Defensive Efficiency .689
5,273 Defensive Chances 5,096
3,904 Putouts 3,772
1,288 Assists 1,259
81 Errors 65
115 Double Plays 125
.985 Fielding Percentage .987

The Cincinnati Reds have accounted for more putouts that the Pittsburgh Pirates for the year having accumulated 3,904. Having 81, Cincinnati has accounted for more errors than Pittsburgh on the year. On the campaign, Cincinnati is a lesser team in terms of defending, sitting with a fielding percentage of .985. Concerning assists, the Reds have a total of 1,288 this year, while the Pirates have amassed 1,259.