Detroit Tigers vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Detroit Tigers Team Offense Washington Nationals
116 Games Played 116
4,161 Plate Appearances 4,301
3,819 At-Bats 3,871
368 Runs Scored 438
861 Hits 960
164 Doubles 177
17 Triples 14
67 Home Runs 95
351 Runs Batted In 419
30 Stolen Bases 48
18 Caught Stealing 19
269 Walks 344
1,018 Strikeouts 845
.225 Batting Average .248
.282 On-Base Percentage .315
.330 Slugging Percentage .375
0.611 OPS 0.689
76 OPS+ 99
1,260 Total Bases 1,450
79 Grounded Into Double Play 111
720 Left on Base 788

While at the plate, Detroit has compiled an OBP of .282 while Washington is looking at .315. The Tigers have accumulated a team batting average of .225 and the Nationals hold an average of .248. When talking about being rung up on strikes, Washington has recorded 845 on the year, and Detroit has 1,018. For the season, the Tigers aren’t knocking in as many runs, holding an average of 3.2 runs per game. Having racked up 861, the Tigers haven’t tallied as many hits as the Nationals over the course of the season. The Detroit Tigers have amassed less runs than the Washington Nationals on the campaign with a total of 368.

Team Pitching

Detroit Tigers Team Pitching Washington Nationals
4.4 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.6
43 Wins 38
73 Losses 78
.371 Win-Loss Percentage .328
4.03 Earned Run Average (ERA) 5.3
0 Complete Games 2
6 Team Shutouts 3
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
25 Saves 20
1,010 Innings Pitched 1,012
945 Hits Allowed 1,086
509 Runs Allowed 648
452 Earned Runs Allowed 596
107 Home Runs Allowed 177
362 Walks Allowed 416
7 Intentional Walks Allowed 10
842 Strikeouts 887
36 Balks 54
35 Wild Pitches 49
4,285 Batters Faced 4,516
2 Balks 1
98 ERA+ 74
4.01 FIP 5.03
1.293 WHIP 1.484
8.4 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 9.7
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.6
3.2 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.7
7.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.9
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.1
749 Left on Base 841

Pertaining to base runners inherited, the Tigers have tallied 138 for the season, while the Nationals have a total of 189. So far this year, Detroit is the better of these two bullpens concerning save percentage coming in at 69%. With 65, the Detroit Tigers have compiled more holds than the Washington Nationals this year. Detroit has accounted for more saves than Washington for the season having racked up 25. When talking about pitching, Detroit has a WHIP of 1.293 and Washington sits at 1.484. The Tigers have the more superior group of pitchers in terms of giving up homeruns having 107. In reference to striking out opponents, the Tigers have notched a total of 842 for the season while the Nationals are sitting with 887. So far this season, Detroit is the more superior pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 4.03. With a total of 945, the Tigers haven’t conceded as many hits as the Nationals so far this year. The Detroit Tigers have allowed less runs per game than the Washington Nationals over the course of the season, with a rate of 4.39.

Team Bullpen

Detroit Tigers Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
416 Games in Relief 424
116 Games Finished 114
23 Wins in Relief 15
24 Losses in Relief 13
36 Save Opportunities 32
25 Saves 20
11 Blown Saves 12
69.0% Save Percentage 63.0%
103 Save Situations 79
65 Holds 46
138 Inherited Runners 189
38 Inherited Runners Scored 57
28.0% Inherited Score Percentage 30.0%
.932 Average Leverage Index .857
106 High Leverage Situations 85
98 Medium Leverage Situations 74
212 Low Leverage Situations 265
142 Times Entered With Lead 132
47 Times Entered in Tie 26
227 Times Entered When Behind 266
81 Inherited Runners 115
335 Times Entered With Bases Empty 309
85 Multiple Inning Appearances 106

Team Fielding

Detroit Tigers Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.700 Defensive Efficiency .679
4,090 Defensive Chances 4,113
3,032 Putouts 3,036
990 Assists 1,002
68 Errors 75
95 Double Plays 83
.983 Fielding Percentage .982

The Detroit Tigers have recorded less putouts than the Washington Nationals this year with a total of 3,032. With 68, Detroit has accounted for less errors than Washington this year. So far this year, Detroit is the more superior group of defenders, with a fielding percentage of .983. Regarding assists, the Tigers have earned a total of 990 on the campaign, while the Nationals have amassed 1,002.