Cleveland Indians vs Milwaukee Brewers Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland IndiansTeam OffenseMilwaukee Brewers
162Games Played162
5,907Plate Appearances6,099
5,332At-Bats5,362
717Runs Scored738
1,269Hits1,251
248Doubles255
22Triples18
203Home Runs194
686Runs Batted In700
109Stolen Bases82
17Caught Stealing21
453Walks586
1,387Strikeouts1,465
.238Batting Average.233
.303On-Base Percentage.317
.407Slugging Percentage.396
0.710OPS0.713
93OPS+91
2,170Total Bases2,124
105Grounded Into Double Play102
969Left on Base1,088

While at the plate, Cleveland has an on-base percentage of .303 and Milwaukee holds strong at .317. The Indians have accumulated a batting average of .238 and the Brewers hold an average of .233. In the matter of going down on strikes, Milwaukee has tallied 1,465 over the course of the season, and Cleveland has 1,387. For the season, the Indians aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, sporting an average of 4.4 runs/game. With a total of 1,269, the Indians have more base hits than the Brewers for the season. The have recorded the same amount of runs as the this season having accumulated 0.

Team Pitching

Cleveland IndiansTeam PitchingMilwaukee Brewers
4.5Runs Allowed Per Game3.9
80Wins95
82Losses67
.494Win-Loss Percentage.586
4.34Earned Run Average (ERA)3.5
0Complete Games2
9Team Shutouts19
0Complete Game Shutouts1
39Saves44
1,408Innings Pitched1,436
1,281Hits Allowed1,156
727Runs Allowed623
679Earned Runs Allowed558
216Home Runs Allowed168
522Walks Allowed537
12Intentional Walks Allowed19
1,391Strikeouts1,618
59Balks77
52Wild Pitches60
5,968Batters Faced5,990
8Balks9
101ERA+123
4.43FIP3.72
1.281WHIP1.179
8.2Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings7.2
1.4Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings1.1
3.3Walks Per 9 Innings3.4
8.9Strikeouts Per 9 Innings10.1
2.7Strikeout to Walk Ratio3.0
1,017Left on Base1,059

The Cleveland Indians have given up more runs per game than the Milwaukee Brewers so far this season, holding an average of 4.49. With a total of 1,281, the Indians have allowed more base knocks than the Brewers on the campaign. So far this season, Milwaukee has the more effective pitching staff, holding a team earned run average of 3.50. In reference to total strikeouts, the Indians have a total of 1,391 for the year and the Brewers are sitting with 1,618. The Brewers are the better of these two pitching staffs pertaining to conceding homeruns with 168. Concerning team pitching stats, Cleveland has a WHIP of 1.281 and Milwaukee sits at 1.179. Cleveland hasn’t notched as many saves as Milwaukee on the year having racked up 39. With 66, the Cleveland Indians have compiled less holds than the Milwaukee Brewers on the year. For the season, Cleveland is the better of these two bullpens concerning save percentage sitting at 67%. When discussing runners inherited, the Indians have notched a total of 202 this year, and the Brewers have 152.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland IndiansTeam Relief PitchingMilwaukee Brewers
535Games in Relief533
162Games Finished160
32Wins in Relief44
30Losses in Relief24
58Save Opportunities73
39Saves44
19Blown Saves29
67.0%Save Percentage60.0%
127Save Situations155
66Holds80
202Inherited Runners152
73Inherited Runners Scored54
36.0%Inherited Score Percentage36.0%
.968Average Leverage Index1.009
155High Leverage Situations188
113Medium Leverage Situations107
247Low Leverage Situations223
226Times Entered With Lead269
74Times Entered in Tie87
235Times Entered When Behind177
142Inherited Runners105
393Times Entered With Bases Empty428
134Multiple Inning Appearances95

Team Fielding

Cleveland IndiansTeam FieldingMilwaukee Brewers
.703Defensive Efficiency.708
5,710Defensive Chances5,733
4,224Putouts4,308
1,400Assists1,331
86Errors94
138Double Plays102
.985Fielding Percentage.984

In relation to assisting a teammate, the Indians have 1,400 on the campaign, while the Brewers have amassed 1,331. This season, Cleveland has the better group of fielders, with a fielding percentage of .985. Having 86, Cleveland has compiled less errors than Milwaukee over the course of the season. The Cleveland Indians have amassed less putouts than the Milwaukee Brewers on the campaign with 4,224.