Cleveland Indians vs San Diego Padres Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland Indians Team Offense San Diego Padres
144 Games Played 146
5,270 Plate Appearances 5,510
4,750 At-Bats 4,841
632 Runs Scored 663
1,120 Hits 1,167
220 Doubles 239
20 Triples 19
183 Home Runs 163
606 Runs Batted In 631
96 Stolen Bases 104
13 Caught Stealing 35
416 Walks 538
1,235 Strikeouts 1,203
.236 Batting Average .241
.303 On-Base Percentage .322
.406 Slugging Percentage .399
0.709 OPS 0.721
92 OPS+ 101
1,929 Total Bases 1,933
93 Grounded Into Double Play 110
867 Left on Base 985

When looking at the offenses, Cleveland has amassed an on-base percentage of .303 while San Diego sits at .322. The Indians have earned a team batting average of .236 and the Padres hold an average of .241. In the matter of being rung up on strikes, San Diego has recorded 1,203 over the course of the season, and Cleveland has 1,235. This season, the Indians aren’t quite as potent of an offense, holding an average of 4.4 runs per outing. Having earned 1,120, the Indians haven’t accrued as many hits as the Padres this season. The have the same amount of runs as the this year having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Cleveland Indians Team Pitching San Diego Padres
4.5 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
71 Wins 76
73 Losses 70
.493 Win-Loss Percentage .521
4.36 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.9
0 Complete Games 2
7 Team Shutouts 11
0 Complete Game Shutouts 2
38 Saves 41
1,258 Innings Pitched 1,293
1,132 Hits Allowed 1,138
654 Runs Allowed 609
609 Earned Runs Allowed 558
191 Home Runs Allowed 180
482 Walks Allowed 458
12 Intentional Walks Allowed 31
1,262 Strikeouts 1,378
55 Balks 82
46 Wild Pitches 51
5,346 Batters Faced 5,450
8 Balks 1
102 ERA+ 100
4.42 FIP 4.10
1.283 WHIP 1.234
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.9
1.4 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.2
9.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.6
2.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.0
918 Left on Base 962

With respect to runners inherited, the Indians have accounted for 184 for the season, while the Padres are sitting with 150. This year, Cleveland is the more superior bullpen in reference to save percentage sitting at 69%. Having racked up 62, the Cleveland Indians have less holds than the San Diego Padres on the year. Cleveland hasn’t recorded as many saves as San Diego on the year having earned a total of 38. In terms of pitching statistics, Cleveland has a WHIP of 1.283 and San Diego sits at 1.234. The Padres have the more superior group of pitchers in the matter of giving up homeruns with 180. In reference to total strikeouts, the Indians have a total of 1,262 on the campaign and the Padres have recorded 1,378. Over the course of the season, San Diego has the more dominant pitching staff, holding a team earned run average of 3.88. Having earned 1,132, the Indians haven’t given up as many hits as the Padres for the year. The Cleveland Indians have conceded more runs per game than the San Diego Padres for the season, holding an average of 4.54.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland Indians Team Relief Pitching San Diego Padres
477 Games in Relief 558
144 Games Finished 144
30 Wins in Relief 40
27 Losses in Relief 26
55 Save Opportunities 62
38 Saves 41
17 Blown Saves 21
69.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
120 Save Situations 150
62 Holds 86
184 Inherited Runners 150
68 Inherited Runners Scored 48
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 32.0%
.988 Average Leverage Index .967
151 High Leverage Situations 133
101 Medium Leverage Situations 175
206 Low Leverage Situations 238
197 Times Entered With Lead 249
71 Times Entered in Tie 81
209 Times Entered When Behind 228
132 Inherited Runners 105
345 Times Entered With Bases Empty 453
119 Multiple Inning Appearances 109

Team Fielding

Cleveland Indians Team Fielding San Diego Padres
.703 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,108 Defensive Chances 5,244
3,774 Putouts 3,879
1,253 Assists 1,290
81 Errors 75
118 Double Plays 130
.984 Fielding Percentage .986

With regard to assists, the Indians have 1,253 this year, while the Padres have amassed 1,290. On the campaign, Cleveland hasn’t been the better group of defenders, holding a fielding percentage of .984. Having 81, Cleveland has accumulated more errors than San Diego so far this season. The Cleveland Indians have accrued less putouts that the San Diego Padres on the season having earned a total of 3,774.