Cleveland Indians vs Tampa Bay Rays Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland Indians Team Offense Tampa Bay Rays
144 Games Played 146
5,270 Plate Appearances 5,607
4,750 At-Bats 4,986
632 Runs Scored 781
1,120 Hits 1,198
220 Doubles 260
20 Triples 30
183 Home Runs 203
606 Runs Batted In 736
96 Stolen Bases 77
13 Caught Stealing 35
416 Walks 517
1,235 Strikeouts 1,409
.236 Batting Average .240
.303 On-Base Percentage .318
.406 Slugging Percentage .427
0.709 OPS 0.744
92 OPS+ 110
1,929 Total Bases 2,127
93 Grounded Into Double Play 61
867 Left on Base 940

The are tied in runs with the this season having accumulated 0. Having earned 1,120, the Indians haven’t earned as many base knocks as the Rays on the campaign. For the season, the Indians aren’t quite as good of an offense, having 4.4 runs per game. Regarding striking out at the plate, Tampa Bay has tallied 1,409 so far this year, and Cleveland has 1,235. The Indians are sitting with a team batting average of .236 and the Rays hold an average of .240. When comparing teams, Cleveland has put together a team on-base percentage of .303 and Tampa Bay sits at .318.

Team Pitching

Cleveland Indians Team Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
4.5 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
71 Wins 90
73 Losses 56
.493 Win-Loss Percentage .616
4.36 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
0 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 11
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
38 Saves 39
1,258 Innings Pitched 1,313
1,132 Hits Allowed 1,169
654 Runs Allowed 612
609 Earned Runs Allowed 554
191 Home Runs Allowed 167
482 Walks Allowed 403
12 Intentional Walks Allowed 26
1,262 Strikeouts 1,347
55 Balks 50
46 Wild Pitches 57
5,346 Batters Faced 5,444
8 Balks 6
102 ERA+ 104
4.41 FIP 3.80
1.283 WHIP 1.197
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
1.4 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.8
9.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.2
2.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
918 Left on Base 893

The Cleveland Indians have given up more runs per game than the Tampa Bay Rays for the year, with a rate of 4.54. With 1,132, the Indians haven’t allowed as many hits as the Rays on the season. This season, Tampa Bay has the more effective pitching staff, holding a team ERA of 3.80. With regard to total strikeouts, the Indians have a total of 1,262 over the course of the season and the Rays have accounted for 1,347. The Rays have more dominant pitchers when talking about surrendering homeruns with 167. When talking about pitching, Cleveland has earned a WHIP of 1.283 and Tampa Bay is at 1.197. Cleveland hasn’t amassed as many saves as Tampa Bay this year having racked up 38. Having 62, the Cleveland Indians have compiled less holds than the Tampa Bay Rays on the campaign. On the campaign, Cleveland has the better group of pitchers in reference to their percentage of getting the save coming in at 69%. Regarding inherited base runners, the Indians have notched a total of 184 so far this season, and the Rays have a total of 148.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland Indians Team Relief Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
477 Games in Relief 471
144 Games Finished 145
30 Wins in Relief 52
27 Losses in Relief 28
55 Save Opportunities 59
38 Saves 39
17 Blown Saves 20
69.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
120 Save Situations 142
62 Holds 80
184 Inherited Runners 148
68 Inherited Runners Scored 43
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 29.0%
.988 Average Leverage Index 1.007
151 High Leverage Situations 167
101 Medium Leverage Situations 127
206 Low Leverage Situations 165
197 Times Entered With Lead 249
71 Times Entered in Tie 102
209 Times Entered When Behind 120
132 Inherited Runners 115
345 Times Entered With Bases Empty 356
119 Multiple Inning Appearances 178

Team Fielding

Cleveland Indians Team Fielding Tampa Bay Rays
.703 Defensive Efficiency .698
5,108 Defensive Chances 5,243
3,774 Putouts 3,939
1,253 Assists 1,230
81 Errors 74
118 Double Plays 120
.984 Fielding Percentage .986

The Cleveland Indians have amassed less putouts than the Tampa Bay Rays this year having earned a total of 3,774. With a total of 81, Cleveland has notched more errors than Tampa Bay on the campaign. Over the course of the season, Cleveland hasn’t been the better group of defenders, having a fielding percentage of .984. Pertaining to assisting a teammate, the Indians have 1,253 this year, while the Rays have amassed 1,230.