Cleveland Indians vs Texas Rangers Stats

Team Offense

Cleveland IndiansTeam OffenseTexas Rangers
162Games Played162
5,907Plate Appearances5,943
5,332At-Bats5,405
717Runs Scored625
1,269Hits1,254
248Doubles225
22Triples24
203Home Runs167
686Runs Batted In598
109Stolen Bases106
17Caught Stealing29
453Walks433
1,387Strikeouts1,381
.238Batting Average.232
.303On-Base Percentage.294
.407Slugging Percentage.375
0.710OPS0.670
93OPS+84
2,170Total Bases2,028
105Grounded Into Double Play113
969Left on Base982

While at the plate, Cleveland is sitting with an OBP of .303 while Texas sits at .294. The Indians have a team batting average of .238 and the Rangers have accrued an average of .232. Concerning getting struck out, Texas has accounted for 1,381 this year, and Cleveland has 1,387. Over the course of the season, the Indians are knocking in more runs, holding an average of 4.4 runs/game. With 1,269, the Indians have more base knocks than the Rangers on the year. The have compiled the same amount of runs as the so far this year with 0.

Team Pitching

Cleveland IndiansTeam PitchingTexas Rangers
4.5Runs Allowed Per Game5.0
80Wins60
82Losses102
.494Win-Loss Percentage.370
4.34Earned Run Average (ERA)4.8
0Complete Games0
9Team Shutouts3
0Complete Game Shutouts0
39Saves31
1,408Innings Pitched1,424
1,281Hits Allowed1,402
727Runs Allowed815
679Earned Runs Allowed758
216Home Runs Allowed232
522Walks Allowed513
12Intentional Walks Allowed11
1,391Strikeouts1,239
59Balks61
52Wild Pitches67
5,968Batters Faced6,103
8Balks0
101ERA+92
4.43FIP4.76
1.281WHIP1.344
8.2Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings8.9
1.4Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings1.5
3.3Walks Per 9 Innings3.2
8.9Strikeouts Per 9 Innings7.8
2.7Strikeout to Walk Ratio2.4
1,017Left on Base1,015

Concerning runners inherited, the Indians have tallied 202 so far this season, and the Rangers are sitting with 221. So far this year, Cleveland is the more superior bullpen when discussing save rate coming in at 67%. Having earned 66, the Cleveland Indians have more holds than the Texas Rangers so far this season. Cleveland has accrued more saves than Texas so far this year having earned a total of 39. In regard to pitching statistics, Cleveland owns a WHIP of 1.281 and Texas sits at 1.344. The Indians have a better group of pitchers in the matter of surrendering homeruns with 216. With regard to striking out opponents, the Indians have notched a total of 1,391 so far this year while the Rangers have accounted for 1,239. For the season, Cleveland has the better pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 4.34. Having earned 1,281, the Indians haven’t given up as many hits as the Rangers on the campaign. The Cleveland Indians have given up less runs per game than the Texas Rangers on the season, having earned an average of 4.49.

Team Bullpen

Cleveland IndiansTeam Relief PitchingTexas Rangers
535Games in Relief507
162Games Finished162
32Wins in Relief27
30Losses in Relief31
58Save Opportunities51
39Saves31
19Blown Saves20
67.0%Save Percentage61.0%
127Save Situations118
66Holds65
202Inherited Runners221
73Inherited Runners Scored73
36.0%Inherited Score Percentage33.0%
.968Average Leverage Index.911
155High Leverage Situations130
113Medium Leverage Situations117
247Low Leverage Situations236
226Times Entered With Lead179
74Times Entered in Tie59
235Times Entered When Behind269
142Inherited Runners143
393Times Entered With Bases Empty364
134Multiple Inning Appearances162

Team Fielding

Cleveland IndiansTeam FieldingTexas Rangers
.703Defensive Efficiency.698
5,710Defensive Chances5,818
4,224Putouts4,273
1,400Assists1,462
86Errors83
138Double Plays146
.985Fielding Percentage.986

In terms of assists, the Indians have 1,400 on the campaign, and the Rangers have recorded 1,462. On the year, Cleveland hasn’t been the better group of defenders, having a fielding percentage of .985. Having earned 86, Cleveland has notched more errors than Texas this year. The Cleveland Indians have accrued less putouts that the Texas Rangers on the campaign with a total of 4,224.