Colorado Rockies vs Los Angeles Angels Stats

Team Offense

Colorado Rockies Team Offense Los Angeles Angels
151 Games Played 152
5,617 Plate Appearances 5,636
5,019 At-Bats 5,108
696 Runs Scored 672
1,243 Hits 1,252
258 Doubles 250
32 Triples 19
174 Home Runs 182
667 Runs Batted In 640
72 Stolen Bases 70
22 Caught Stealing 26
463 Walks 422
1,259 Strikeouts 1,319
.248 Batting Average .245
.316 On-Base Percentage .309
.416 Slugging Percentage .408
0.732 OPS 0.717
86 OPS+ 94
2,087 Total Bases 2,086
91 Grounded Into Double Play 102
970 Left on Base 950

While at the plate, Colorado has on OBP of .316 while Los Angeles is at .309. The Rockies have a collective batting average of .248 and the Angels hold an average of .245. Regarding strikeouts, Los Angeles has earned 1,319 for the year, and Colorado has 1,259. Over the course of the season, the Rockies are knocking in more runs, earning 4.6 runs per game. Having earned 1,243, the Rockies haven’t accrued as many hits as the Angels on the year. The are sitting with the same amount of runs as the this season having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Colorado Rockies Team Pitching Los Angeles Angels
4.9 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
71 Wins 72
80 Losses 80
.470 Win-Loss Percentage .474
4.74 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
3 Complete Games 1
6 Team Shutouts 4
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
31 Saves 37
1,307 Innings Pitched 1,334
1,290 Hits Allowed 1,296
735 Runs Allowed 766
689 Earned Runs Allowed 704
184 Home Runs Allowed 182
505 Walks Allowed 562
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,196 Strikeouts 1,377
58 Balks 71
62 Wild Pitches 54
5,641 Batters Faced 5,828
3 Balks 11
102 ERA+ 95
4.45 FIP 4.30
1.373 WHIP 1.392
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
8.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.3
2.4 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
984 Left on Base 1,058

The Colorado Rockies have given up less runs per contest than the Los Angeles Angels so far this season, with an average of 4.87. Holding a total of 1,290, the Rockies haven’t given up as many hits as the Angels on the year. For the year, Colorado is the better of these two pitching staffs, riding a team earned run average of 4.74. Concerning team strikeouts, the Rockies have a total of 1,196 on the season while the Angels are sitting with 1,377. The Angels are the better of these two pitching staffs in relation to giving up homeruns with 182. When talking about pitching stats, Colorado has a WHIP of 1.373 and Los Angeles sits at 1.392. Colorado hasn’t notched as many saves as Los Angeles this year with 31. Having earned 68, the Colorado Rockies have more holds than the Los Angeles Angels this season. On the year, Los Angeles has the more effective bullpen in reference to save rate sitting at 61%. When talking about base runners inherited, the Rockies have earned a total of 192 this year, while the Angels have a total of 338.

Team Bullpen

Colorado Rockies Team Relief Pitching Los Angeles Angels
498 Games in Relief 524
148 Games Finished 151
30 Wins in Relief 33
26 Losses in Relief 25
58 Save Opportunities 61
31 Saves 37
27 Blown Saves 24
53.0% Save Percentage 61.0%
126 Save Situations 129
68 Holds 66
192 Inherited Runners 338
77 Inherited Runners Scored 128
40.0% Inherited Score Percentage 38.0%
1.010 Average Leverage Index .930
157 High Leverage Situations 157
112 Medium Leverage Situations 103
212 Low Leverage Situations 256
201 Times Entered With Lead 206
83 Times Entered in Tie 62
214 Times Entered When Behind 256
121 Inherited Runners 224
377 Times Entered With Bases Empty 300
93 Multiple Inning Appearances 204

Team Fielding

Colorado Rockies Team Fielding Los Angeles Angels
.688 Defensive Efficiency .678
5,416 Defensive Chances 5,411
3,922 Putouts 4,004
1,423 Assists 1,322
71 Errors 85
131 Double Plays 124
.987 Fielding Percentage .984

In relation to assists, the Rockies have 1,423 so far this season, and the Angels have tallied 1,322. On the season, Colorado has the more effective defense, with a fielding percentage of .987. With 71, Colorado has compiled less errors than Los Angeles for the season. The Colorado Rockies have recorded less putouts than the Los Angeles Angels for the year with 3,922.