Cincinnati Reds vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Cincinnati Reds Team Offense San Francisco Giants
146 Games Played 146
5,549 Plate Appearances 5,576
4,891 At-Bats 4,922
710 Runs Scored 724
1,216 Hits 1,220
261 Doubles 242
11 Triples 25
198 Home Runs 222
682 Runs Batted In 692
29 Stolen Bases 61
22 Caught Stealing 12
494 Walks 546
1,296 Strikeouts 1,331
.249 Batting Average .248
.327 On-Base Percentage .328
.428 Slugging Percentage .443
0.755 OPS 0.771
92 OPS+ 107
2,093 Total Bases 2,178
117 Grounded Into Double Play 109
969 Left on Base 995

While at the plate, Cincinnati has amassed an on-base percentage of .327 while San Francisco holds strong at .328. The Reds are sitting with a team batting average of .249 and the Giants have accrued an average of .248. Regarding striking out at the plate, San Francisco has tallied 1,331 for the season, and Cincinnati has 1,296. This year, the Reds aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, earning 4.9 runs per outing. With 1,216, the Reds haven’t tallied as many hits as the Giants so far this year. The are even in runs with the for the season having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Cincinnati Reds Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
75 Wins 95
71 Losses 51
.514 Win-Loss Percentage .651
4.37 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
1 Complete Games 2
7 Team Shutouts 15
1 Complete Game Shutouts 2
39 Saves 51
1,292 Innings Pitched 1,307
1,190 Hits Allowed 1,102
683 Runs Allowed 540
628 Earned Runs Allowed 474
186 Home Runs Allowed 138
553 Walks Allowed 384
27 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,364 Strikeouts 1,275
59 Balks 57
52 Wild Pitches 43
5,575 Batters Faced 5,384
7 Balks 6
109 ERA+ 126
4.35 FIP 3.60
1.349 WHIP 1.136
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.6
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
1,015 Left on Base 921

Pertaining to runners inherited, the Reds have accounted for 221 so far this season, while the Giants have a total of 159. This season, San Francisco has more dominant pitchers when discussing save percentage coming in at 67%. With a total of 66, the Cincinnati Reds haven’t notched as many holds as the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season. Cincinnati has less saves than San Francisco this season with a total of 39. Concerning team pitching stats, Cincinnati has a WHIP of 1.349 and San Francisco is at 1.136. The Giants have a more effective pitching staff concerning allowing homeruns with 138. With respect to getting strikeouts, the Reds have tallied 1,364 this season and the Giants have accounted for 1,275. For the year, San Francisco has the more effective pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.26. With 1,190, the Reds have conceded more base hits than the Giants on the season. The Cincinnati Reds have given up more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season, averaging 4.68.

Team Bullpen

Cincinnati Reds Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
513 Games in Relief 525
145 Games Finished 144
25 Wins in Relief 39
24 Losses in Relief 20
64 Save Opportunities 76
39 Saves 51
25 Blown Saves 25
61.0% Save Percentage 67.0%
132 Save Situations 180
66 Holds 101
221 Inherited Runners 159
87 Inherited Runners Scored 57
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
1.017 Average Leverage Index 1.022
173 High Leverage Situations 181
118 Medium Leverage Situations 137
201 Low Leverage Situations 198
219 Times Entered With Lead 285
82 Times Entered in Tie 82
212 Times Entered When Behind 158
147 Inherited Runners 109
366 Times Entered With Bases Empty 416
115 Multiple Inning Appearances 90

Team Fielding

Cincinnati Reds Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.691 Defensive Efficiency .712
5,235 Defensive Chances 5,315
3,877 Putouts 3,923
1,278 Assists 1,318
80 Errors 74
114 Double Plays 107
.985 Fielding Percentage .986

The Cincinnati Reds have recorded less putouts than the San Francisco Giants on the season with 3,877. With a total of 80, Cincinnati has more errors than San Francisco so far this year. For the season, Cincinnati hasn’t been as good a defense, sitting with a fielding percentage of .985. When it comes to assisting a teammate, the Reds have earned a total of 1,278 for the season, while the Giants have 1,318.