Colorado Rockies vs Toronto Blue Jays Stats

Team Offense

Colorado Rockies Team Offense Toronto Blue Jays
155 Games Played 156
5,771 Plate Appearances 5,848
5,167 At-Bats 5,268
707 Runs Scored 808
1,279 Hits 1,394
262 Doubles 268
32 Triples 13
176 Home Runs 248
678 Runs Batted In 778
72 Stolen Bases 75
22 Caught Stealing 20
467 Walks 484
1,304 Strikeouts 1,181
.248 Batting Average .265
.315 On-Base Percentage .330
.413 Slugging Percentage .462
0.728 OPS 0.792
85 OPS+ 114
2,133 Total Bases 2,432
93 Grounded Into Double Play 110
1,002 Left on Base 1,005

While at the plate, Colorado has put together a team on-base percentage of .315 and Toronto holds strong at .330. The Rockies are sitting with a team batting average of .248 and the Blue Jays have accrued an average of .265. When it comes to getting struck out, Toronto has accounted for 1,181 so far this season, and Colorado has 1,304. This season, the Rockies aren’t knocking in as many runs, holding an average of 4.6 runs per game. Having 1,279, the Rockies don’t have as many hits as the Blue Jays this year. The currently hold the same number of runs as the this year having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Colorado Rockies Team Pitching Toronto Blue Jays
4.9 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.1
71 Wins 87
84 Losses 69
.458 Win-Loss Percentage .558
4.78 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.9
3 Complete Games 1
6 Team Shutouts 14
1 Complete Game Shutouts 1
31 Saves 32
1,344 Innings Pitched 1,351
1,336 Hits Allowed 1,209
762 Runs Allowed 636
714 Earned Runs Allowed 583
192 Home Runs Allowed 198
515 Walks Allowed 460
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 10
1,227 Strikeouts 1,410
61 Balks 70
63 Wild Pitches 51
5,808 Batters Faced 5,692
3 Balks 4
101 ERA+ 113
4.48 FIP 4.16
1.377 WHIP 1.235
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.1
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.1
8.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.4
2.4 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
1,013 Left on Base 1,002

When discussing runners inherited, the Rockies have accounted for 200 for the year, and the Blue Jays have 233. For the year, Toronto is the more superior group of pitchers when talking about save rate coming in at 65%. With 70, the Colorado Rockies have more holds than the Toronto Blue Jays this season. Colorado has less saves than Toronto this season with 31. In terms of team pitching statistics, Colorado owns a WHIP of 1.377 and Toronto sits at 1.235. The Rockies have the more superior group of pitchers when talking about giving up homeruns with 192. With regard to striking out their opponent, the Rockies have accrued a total of 1,227 on the season while the Blue Jays are sitting with 1,410. On the year, Toronto has the better pitching staff, holding a team ERA of 3.88. Having racked up 1,336, the Rockies have given up more hits than the Blue Jays over the course of the season. The Colorado Rockies have allowed more runs per game than the Toronto Blue Jays this year, averaging 4.92.

Team Bullpen

Colorado Rockies Team Relief Pitching Toronto Blue Jays
516 Games in Relief 519
152 Games Finished 155
30 Wins in Relief 29
29 Losses in Relief 31
59 Save Opportunities 49
31 Saves 32
28 Blown Saves 17
53.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
129 Save Situations 116
70 Holds 64
200 Inherited Runners 233
81 Inherited Runners Scored 66
41.0% Inherited Score Percentage 28.0%
1.013 Average Leverage Index .940
164 High Leverage Situations 154
116 Medium Leverage Situations 109
218 Low Leverage Situations 240
204 Times Entered With Lead 236
87 Times Entered in Tie 82
225 Times Entered When Behind 201
126 Inherited Runners 163
390 Times Entered With Bases Empty 356
95 Multiple Inning Appearances 162

Team Fielding

Colorado Rockies Team Fielding Toronto Blue Jays
.688 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,564 Defensive Chances 5,467
4,033 Putouts 4,054
1,459 Assists 1,325
72 Errors 88
133 Double Plays 118
.987 Fielding Percentage .984

In reference to assisting a teammate, the Rockies are sitting with 1,459 for the season, and the Blue Jays have recorded 1,325. So far this year, Colorado is the better of these two defenses, sitting with a fielding percentage of .987. With a total of 72, Colorado hasn’t accumulated as many errors as Toronto over the course of the season. The Colorado Rockies have recorded less putouts than the Toronto Blue Jays for the year with 4,033.