Cleveland Guardians vs Texas Rangers Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland Guardians Team Offense Texas Rangers
118 Games Played 118
4,467 Plate Appearances 4,422
4,030 At-Bats 4,003
516 Runs Scored 526
1,019 Hits 967
216 Doubles 166
21 Triples 15
93 Home Runs 141
491 Runs Batted In 497
79 Stolen Bases 90
18 Caught Stealing 29
331 Walks 347
818 Strikeouts 1,035
.253 Batting Average .242
.315 On-Base Percentage .305
.386 Slugging Percentage .396
0.701 OPS 0.701
101 OPS+ 101
1,556 Total Bases 1,586
80 Grounded Into Double Play 56
822 Left on Base 757

When comparing teams, Cleveland has put together a team on-base percentage of .315 and Texas is looking at .305. The Guardians are sitting with a batting average of .253 and the Rangers hold an average of .242. In the matter of getting struck out, Texas has accounted for 1,035 so far this year, and Cleveland has 818. Over the course of the season, the Guardians aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, with an average of 4.4 runs/game. Having 1,019, the Guardians have recorded more base knocks than the Rangers for the season. The Cleveland Guardians have recorded less runs than the Texas Rangers for the season having a total of 516.

Team Pitching

Cleveland Guardians Team Pitching Texas Rangers
4.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.5
63 Wins 53
55 Losses 65
.534 Win-Loss Percentage .449
3.79 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.1
1 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 8
0 Complete Game Shutouts 1
31 Saves 27
1,046 Innings Pitched 1,050
942 Hits Allowed 955
487 Runs Allowed 529
441 Earned Runs Allowed 477
126 Home Runs Allowed 124
326 Walks Allowed 423
10 Intentional Walks Allowed 12
980 Strikeouts 969
43 Balks 54
40 Wild Pitches 51
4,355 Batters Faced 4,493
2 Balks 6
103 ERA+ 96
3.87 FIP 4.17
1.212 WHIP 1.312
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.2
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
2.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.6
8.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.3
3.0 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.3
743 Left on Base 831

The Cleveland Guardians have allowed less runs per game than the Texas Rangers for the year, with an average of 4.13. With a total of 942, the Guardians haven’t given up as many base hits as the Rangers on the campaign. On the year, Cleveland has the better pitching staff, sitting with a team ERA of 3.79. With respect to getting strikeouts, the Guardians have notched a total of 980 on the campaign and the Rangers have recorded 969. The Rangers are the better of these two pitching staffs in regard to allowing homeruns with 124. Regarding pitching stats, Cleveland owns a WHIP of 1.212 and Texas sits at 1.312. Cleveland has recorded more saves than Texas so far this year having earned a total of 31. Having 36, the Cleveland Guardians haven’t recorded as many holds as the Texas Rangers so far this year. So far this year, Cleveland is the more superior bullpen when discussing save rate sitting at 70%. When talking about inherited runners, the Guardians have earned a total of 139 on the campaign, while the Rangers have a total of 141.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland Guardians Team Relief Pitching Texas Rangers
360 Games in Relief 394
117 Games Finished 117
33 Wins in Relief 23
14 Losses in Relief 29
44 Save Opportunities 46
31 Saves 27
13 Blown Saves 19
70.0% Save Percentage 59.0%
84 Save Situations 104
36 Holds 58
139 Inherited Runners 141
42 Inherited Runners Scored 46
30.0% Inherited Score Percentage 33.0%
.968 Average Leverage Index .997
112 High Leverage Situations 126
69 Medium Leverage Situations 99
179 Low Leverage Situations 169
154 Times Entered With Lead 161
56 Times Entered in Tie 67
150 Times Entered When Behind 166
95 Inherited Runners 94
265 Times Entered With Bases Empty 300
86 Multiple Inning Appearances 124

Team Fielding

Cleveland Guardians Team Fielding Texas Rangers
.701 Defensive Efficiency .700
4,271 Defensive Chances 4,330
3,139 Putouts 3,150
1,064 Assists 1,109
68 Errors 71
92 Double Plays 96
.984 Fielding Percentage .984

In relation to assists, the Guardians have a total of 1,064 on the season, and the Rangers have accumulated 1,109. On the campaign, Cleveland has an equal rate of defending, holding a fielding percentage of .984. Holding a total of 68, Cleveland hasn’t recorded as many errors as Texas over the course of the season. The Cleveland Guardians have accrued less putouts that the Texas Rangers so far this year having a total of 3,139.