Detroit Tigers vs Seattle Mariners Stats

Team Offense

Detroit Tigers Team Offense Seattle Mariners
152 Games Played 152
5,597 Plate Appearances 5,636
5,043 At-Bats 5,022
659 Runs Scored 648
1,216 Hits 1,129
217 Doubles 213
34 Triples 10
174 Home Runs 189
637 Runs Batted In 624
77 Stolen Bases 62
25 Caught Stealing 24
453 Walks 505
1,433 Strikeouts 1,413
.241 Batting Average .225
.306 On-Base Percentage .302
.401 Slugging Percentage .384
0.707 OPS 0.686
96 OPS+ 92
2,023 Total Bases 1,929
101 Grounded Into Double Play 86
929 Left on Base 945

The have recorded the same amount of runs as the this season having a total of 0. Holding a total of 1,216, the Tigers have tallied more hits than the Mariners on the campaign. On the season, the Tigers are knocking in more runs, averaging 4.3 runs per game. Regarding being rung up on strikes, Seattle has accumulated 1,413 this year, and Detroit has 1,433. The Tigers have accumulated a batting average of .241 and the Mariners have recorded an average of .225. In comparing these two teams, Detroit has an on-base percentage of .306 and Seattle sits at .302.

Team Pitching

Detroit Tigers Team Pitching Seattle Mariners
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.6
74 Wins 83
78 Losses 69
.487 Win-Loss Percentage .546
4.33 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.3
2 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 10
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
39 Saves 46
1,333 Innings Pitched 1,351
1,284 Hits Allowed 1,283
712 Runs Allowed 702
641 Earned Runs Allowed 644
188 Home Runs Allowed 184
536 Walks Allowed 445
10 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,189 Strikeouts 1,242
78 Balks 66
78 Wild Pitches 57
5,792 Batters Faced 5,725
3 Balks 3
99 ERA+ 98
4.59 FIP 4.23
1.365 WHIP 1.279
8.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.5
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.6 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.0
8.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.3
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.8
1,079 Left on Base 969

In terms of inherited base runners, the Tigers have tallied 218 this season, and the Mariners are sitting with 203. This season, Detroit has the better group of pitchers when discussing save % coming in at 65%. With 75, the Detroit Tigers have less holds than the Seattle Mariners for the year. Detroit hasn’t accrued as many saves as Seattle for the season having racked up 39. Regarding pitching, Detroit owns a WHIP of 1.365 and Seattle sits at 1.279. The Mariners have a more superior pitching staff with respect to giving up homeruns with 184. In reference to getting strikeouts, the Tigers have tallied 1,189 on the season and the Mariners have recorded 1,242. On the season, Seattle has the more dominant pitching staff, sitting with a team ERA of 4.29. Having 1,284, the Tigers have surrendered more base knocks than the Mariners on the year. The Detroit Tigers have given up more runs per game than the Seattle Mariners so far this year, with a rate of 4.68.

Team Bullpen

Detroit Tigers Team Relief Pitching Seattle Mariners
545 Games in Relief 539
150 Games Finished 151
39 Wins in Relief 40
26 Losses in Relief 27
60 Save Opportunities 76
39 Saves 46
21 Blown Saves 30
65.0% Save Percentage 61.0%
140 Save Situations 166
75 Holds 90
218 Inherited Runners 203
81 Inherited Runners Scored 60
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 30.0%
1.025 Average Leverage Index 1.013
161 High Leverage Situations 201
134 Medium Leverage Situations 130
235 Low Leverage Situations 197
245 Times Entered With Lead 233
91 Times Entered in Tie 103
209 Times Entered When Behind 203
144 Inherited Runners 153
401 Times Entered With Bases Empty 386
146 Multiple Inning Appearances 115

Team Fielding

Detroit Tigers Team Fielding Seattle Mariners
.698 Defensive Efficiency .697
5,484 Defensive Chances 5,436
4,001 Putouts 4,054
1,404 Assists 1,308
79 Errors 74
126 Double Plays 132
.986 Fielding Percentage .986

The Detroit Tigers have earned less putouts than the Seattle Mariners so far this season having a total of 4,001. Having earned 79, Detroit has more errors than Seattle for the year. For the season, Detroit is the same in terms of defending rates, having a fielding percentage of .986. In reference to assists, the Tigers have 1,404 this year, while the Mariners have 1,308.