Cleveland Indians vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland Indians Team Offense San Francisco Giants
162 Games Played 162
5,907 Plate Appearances 6,196
5,332 At-Bats 5,462
717 Runs Scored 804
1,269 Hits 1,360
248 Doubles 271
22 Triples 25
203 Home Runs 241
686 Runs Batted In 768
109 Stolen Bases 66
17 Caught Stealing 14
453 Walks 602
1,387 Strikeouts 1,461
.238 Batting Average .249
.303 On-Base Percentage .329
.407 Slugging Percentage .440
0.710 OPS 0.769
93 OPS+ 107
2,170 Total Bases 2,404
105 Grounded Into Double Play 117
969 Left on Base 1,109

When looking at the offenses, Cleveland has compiled an OBP of .303 and San Francisco sits at .329. The Indians are sitting with a collective batting average of .238 and the Giants have recorded an average of .249. Regarding going down on strikes, San Francisco has 1,461 on the year, and Cleveland has 1,387. So far this year, the Indians aren’t quite as potent of an offense, having 4.4 runs per game. Holding a total of 1,269, the Indians haven’t tallied as many hits as the Giants on the season. The have the same amount of runs as the so far this year having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Cleveland Indians Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.5 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
80 Wins 107
82 Losses 55
.494 Win-Loss Percentage .660
4.34 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.2
0 Complete Games 2
9 Team Shutouts 18
0 Complete Game Shutouts 2
39 Saves 56
1,408 Innings Pitched 1,455
1,281 Hits Allowed 1,254
727 Runs Allowed 594
679 Earned Runs Allowed 524
216 Home Runs Allowed 151
522 Walks Allowed 416
12 Intentional Walks Allowed 20
1,391 Strikeouts 1,425
59 Balks 63
52 Wild Pitches 44
5,968 Batters Faced 6,002
8 Balks 7
101 ERA+ 127
4.43 FIP 3.55
1.281 WHIP 1.148
8.2 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.4 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
3.3 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
8.9 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
1,017 Left on Base 1,043

When discussing inherited runners, the Indians have earned a total of 202 this season, and the Giants have a total of 189. On the campaign, Cleveland is the better of these two bullpens when discussing save percentage sitting at 67%. Having earned 66, the Cleveland Indians are sitting with less holds as the San Francisco Giants this season. Cleveland hasn’t amassed as many saves as San Francisco on the campaign with 39. Concerning pitching statistics, Cleveland has earned a WHIP of 1.281 and San Francisco sits at 1.148. The Giants have the more superior group of pitchers in relation to conceding homeruns with 151. With respect to team strikeouts, the Indians have tallied 1,391 for the season while the Giants have accounted for 1,425. On the campaign, San Francisco has the better group of pitchers, riding a team ERA of 3.24. With a total of 1,281, the Indians have allowed more base knocks than the Giants on the year. The Cleveland Indians have allowed more runs per contest than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season, with an average of 4.49.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland Indians Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
535 Games in Relief 599
162 Games Finished 160
32 Wins in Relief 49
30 Losses in Relief 22
58 Save Opportunities 85
39 Saves 56
19 Blown Saves 29
67.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
127 Save Situations 202
66 Holds 114
202 Inherited Runners 189
73 Inherited Runners Scored 63
36.0% Inherited Score Percentage 33.0%
.968 Average Leverage Index 1.042
155 High Leverage Situations 213
113 Medium Leverage Situations 154
247 Low Leverage Situations 223
226 Times Entered With Lead 324
74 Times Entered in Tie 103
235 Times Entered When Behind 172
142 Inherited Runners 130
393 Times Entered With Bases Empty 469
134 Multiple Inning Appearances 100

Team Fielding

Cleveland Indians Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.703 Defensive Efficiency .707
5,710 Defensive Chances 5,916
4,224 Putouts 4,365
1,400 Assists 1,471
86 Errors 80
138 Double Plays 122
.985 Fielding Percentage .986

The Cleveland Indians have recorded less putouts than the San Francisco Giants on the campaign having a total of 4,224. Having racked up 86, Cleveland has more errors than San Francisco for the season. On the year, Cleveland hasn’t been as good a defense, with a fielding percentage of .985. In terms of assists, the Indians have earned a total of 1,400 on the campaign, while the Giants have amassed 1,471.