Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Colorado Rockies Team Offense San Francisco Giants
147 Games Played 148
5,452 Plate Appearances 5,662
4,874 At-Bats 4,996
676 Runs Scored 734
1,205 Hits 1,241
244 Doubles 249
32 Triples 25
170 Home Runs 227
647 Runs Batted In 700
71 Stolen Bases 61
22 Caught Stealing 13
445 Walks 556
1,220 Strikeouts 1,354
.247 Batting Average .248
.315 On-Base Percentage .329
.415 Slugging Percentage .445
0.730 OPS 0.773
86 OPS+ 107
2,023 Total Bases 2,221
90 Grounded Into Double Play 110
933 Left on Base 1,012

The have compiled the same amount of runs as the on the year with 0. Having earned 1,205, the Rockies have recorded less base hits as the Giants for the season. On the campaign, the Rockies aren’t quite as good of an offense, with 4.6 runs per outing. In reference to strikeouts, San Francisco has 1,354 so far this season, and Colorado has 1,220. The Rockies hold a batting average of .247 and the Giants hold an average of .248. When comparing offenses, Colorado has compiled an OBP of .315 and San Francisco is at .329.

Team Pitching

Colorado Rockies Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.9 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
69 Wins 96
78 Losses 52
.469 Win-Loss Percentage .649
4.79 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
3 Complete Games 2
5 Team Shutouts 15
1 Complete Game Shutouts 2
31 Saves 51
1,271 Innings Pitched 1,327
1,259 Hits Allowed 1,125
722 Runs Allowed 552
677 Earned Runs Allowed 486
182 Home Runs Allowed 140
496 Walks Allowed 387
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,167 Strikeouts 1,293
56 Balks 57
60 Wild Pitches 43
5,498 Batters Faced 5,468
3 Balks 6
100 ERA+ 126
4.49 FIP 3.59
1.380 WHIP 1.139
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.6
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
3.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
8.3 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.4 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
962 Left on Base 933

When discussing inherited runners, the Rockies have accounted for 187 so far this season, and the Giants have a total of 161. This season, San Francisco is the better of these two bullpens in reference to save rate sitting at 66%. Having earned 66, the Colorado Rockies haven’t accrued as many holds as the San Francisco Giants on the year. Colorado has less saves than San Francisco this year having racked up 31. In terms of team pitching statistics, Colorado has a WHIP of 1.380 and San Francisco is at 1.139. The Giants have the more superior group of pitchers in the matter of giving up homeruns having 140. In reference to total strikeouts, the Rockies have notched a total of 1,167 over the course of the season while the Giants have accounted for 1,293. On the season, San Francisco is the more superior group of pitchers, sitting with a team earned run average of 3.29. Holding a total of 1,259, the Rockies have allowed more base knocks than the Giants on the campaign. The Colorado Rockies have conceded more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants so far this season, having earned an average of 4.91.

Team Bullpen

Colorado Rockies Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
482 Games in Relief 533
144 Games Finished 146
29 Wins in Relief 40
25 Losses in Relief 20
58 Save Opportunities 77
31 Saves 51
27 Blown Saves 26
53.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
124 Save Situations 182
66 Holds 102
187 Inherited Runners 161
75 Inherited Runners Scored 57
40.0% Inherited Score Percentage 35.0%
1.012 Average Leverage Index 1.024
151 High Leverage Situations 184
110 Medium Leverage Situations 137
205 Low Leverage Situations 203
193 Times Entered With Lead 287
79 Times Entered in Tie 84
210 Times Entered When Behind 162
118 Inherited Runners 112
364 Times Entered With Bases Empty 421
92 Multiple Inning Appearances 91

Team Fielding

Colorado Rockies Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.688 Defensive Efficiency .711
5,259 Defensive Chances 5,398
3,814 Putouts 3,983
1,377 Assists 1,341
68 Errors 74
123 Double Plays 108
.987 Fielding Percentage .986

With respect to assists, the Rockies are sitting with 1,377 on the campaign, while the Giants have tallied 1,341. On the campaign, Colorado has the more effective defense, with a fielding percentage of .987. With 68, Colorado hasn’t notched as many errors as San Francisco on the campaign. The Colorado Rockies have tallied less putouts than the San Francisco Giants on the season having earned a total of 3,814.