Detroit Tigers vs Los Angeles Angels Stats

Team Offense

Detroit Tigers Team Offense Los Angeles Angels
152 Games Played 152
5,597 Plate Appearances 5,636
5,043 At-Bats 5,108
659 Runs Scored 672
1,216 Hits 1,252
217 Doubles 250
34 Triples 19
174 Home Runs 182
637 Runs Batted In 640
77 Stolen Bases 70
25 Caught Stealing 26
453 Walks 422
1,433 Strikeouts 1,319
.241 Batting Average .245
.306 On-Base Percentage .309
.401 Slugging Percentage .408
0.707 OPS 0.717
96 OPS+ 94
2,023 Total Bases 2,086
101 Grounded Into Double Play 102
929 Left on Base 950

While at the plate, Detroit is sitting with an OBP of .306 while Los Angeles sits at .309. The Tigers have earned a team batting average of .241 and the Angels have accrued an average of .245. In regard to getting struck out, Los Angeles has tallied 1,319 this season, and Detroit has 1,433. On the year, the Tigers aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, holding an average of 4.3 runs/game. Holding a total of 1,216, the Tigers haven’t tallied as many hits as the Angels on the season. The have the same amount of runs as the over the course of the season with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Detroit Tigers Team Pitching Los Angeles Angels
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
74 Wins 72
78 Losses 80
.487 Win-Loss Percentage .474
4.33 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
2 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 4
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
39 Saves 37
1,333 Innings Pitched 1,334
1,284 Hits Allowed 1,296
712 Runs Allowed 766
641 Earned Runs Allowed 704
188 Home Runs Allowed 182
536 Walks Allowed 562
10 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,189 Strikeouts 1,377
78 Balks 71
78 Wild Pitches 54
5,792 Batters Faced 5,828
3 Balks 11
99 ERA+ 95
4.59 FIP 4.30
1.365 WHIP 1.392
8.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.6 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.8
8.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.3
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
1,079 Left on Base 1,058

The Detroit Tigers have allowed less runs per game than the Los Angeles Angels for the year, averaging 4.68. With 1,284, the Tigers haven’t conceded as many base hits as the Angels for the season. So far this season, Detroit has more dominant pitchers, holding a team ERA of 4.33. When it comes to striking out their opponent, the Tigers have a total of 1,189 this season while the Angels have recorded 1,377. The Angels have a better group of pitchers pertaining to conceding homeruns with 182. In the matter of team pitching statistics, Detroit has a WHIP of 1.365 and Los Angeles is at 1.392. Detroit has more saves than Los Angeles on the year having racked up 39. With a total of 75, the Detroit Tigers have more holds than the Los Angeles Angels so far this year. For the year, Detroit is the better of these two bullpens when talking about save percentage sitting at 65%. In terms of runners inherited, the Tigers have tallied 218 so far this season, while the Angels have 338.

Team Bullpen

Detroit Tigers Team Relief Pitching Los Angeles Angels
545 Games in Relief 524
150 Games Finished 151
39 Wins in Relief 33
26 Losses in Relief 25
60 Save Opportunities 61
39 Saves 37
21 Blown Saves 24
65.0% Save Percentage 61.0%
140 Save Situations 129
75 Holds 66
218 Inherited Runners 338
81 Inherited Runners Scored 128
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 38.0%
1.025 Average Leverage Index .930
161 High Leverage Situations 157
134 Medium Leverage Situations 103
235 Low Leverage Situations 256
245 Times Entered With Lead 206
91 Times Entered in Tie 62
209 Times Entered When Behind 256
144 Inherited Runners 224
401 Times Entered With Bases Empty 300
146 Multiple Inning Appearances 204

Team Fielding

Detroit Tigers Team Fielding Los Angeles Angels
.698 Defensive Efficiency .678
5,484 Defensive Chances 5,411
4,001 Putouts 4,004
1,404 Assists 1,322
79 Errors 85
126 Double Plays 124
.986 Fielding Percentage .984

With regard to assists, the Tigers have a total of 1,404 this season, while the Angels have 1,322. On the campaign, Detroit is the more superior defense, riding a fielding percentage of .986. Having earned 79, Detroit has accounted for less errors than Los Angeles for the season. The Detroit Tigers have less putouts than the Los Angeles Angels over the course of the season having a total of 4,001.