Houston Astros vs Kansas City Royals Stats

Team Offense

Houston Astros Team Offense Kansas City Royals
116 Games Played 116
4,329 Plate Appearances 4,310
3,858 At-Bats 3,901
525 Runs Scored 457
940 Hits 962
201 Doubles 177
11 Triples 29
159 Home Runs 99
510 Runs Batted In 438
56 Stolen Bases 73
16 Caught Stealing 23
393 Walks 335
848 Strikeouts 909
.244 Batting Average .247
.318 On-Base Percentage .309
.425 Slugging Percentage .383
0.743 OPS 0.692
111 OPS+ 95
1,640 Total Bases 1,494
77 Grounded Into Double Play 78
769 Left on Base 790

When comparing offenses, Houston has amassed an on-base percentage of .318 and Kansas City sits at .309. The Astros have accumulated a batting average of .244 and the Royals have recorded an average of .247. In reference to getting struck out, Kansas City has accumulated 909 over the course of the season, and Houston has 848. For the season, the Astros are scoring more than their opposition, sporting an average of 4.5 runs/game. Having 940, the Astros haven’t accrued as many hits as the Royals for the season. The Houston Astros Kansas City Royals on the year having accumulated 525.

Team Pitching

Houston Astros Team Pitching Kansas City Royals
3.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
75 Wins 48
41 Losses 68
.647 Win-Loss Percentage .414
3.02 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.7
2 Complete Games 0
12 Team Shutouts 7
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
34 Saves 26
1,028 Innings Pitched 1,019
802 Hits Allowed 1,047
384 Runs Allowed 582
345 Earned Runs Allowed 529
100 Home Runs Allowed 129
327 Walks Allowed 440
3 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
1,039 Strikeouts 859
53 Balks 43
42 Wild Pitches 64
4,192 Batters Faced 4,494
5 Balks 5
129 ERA+ 87
3.47 FIP 4.50
1.098 WHIP 1.459
7.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 9.2
0.9 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
2.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
9.1 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.6
3.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.0
728 Left on Base 863

Concerning inherited runners, the Astros have tallied 114 so far this year, while the Royals have 213. This year, Houston has the better bullpen with respect to save percentage coming in at 76%. Having 70, the Houston Astros have amassed more holds than the Kansas City Royals on the year. Houston has compiled more saves than Kansas City on the campaign with 34. With regard to team pitching statistics, Houston holds a WHIP of 1.098 and Kansas City sits at 1.459. The Astros have the more superior group of pitchers with respect to giving up homeruns having 100. When talking about team strikeouts, the Astros have accrued a total of 1,039 for the year and the Royals are sitting with 859. For the season, Houston has the better group of pitchers, having a team earned run average of 3.02. With a total of 802, the Astros haven’t surrendered as many base knocks as the Royals this season. The Houston Astros have conceded less runs per game than the Kansas City Royals so far this season, having earned an average of 3.31.

Team Bullpen

Houston Astros Team Relief Pitching Kansas City Royals
337 Games in Relief 404
114 Games Finished 116
17 Wins in Relief 24
11 Losses in Relief 20
45 Save Opportunities 42
34 Saves 26
11 Blown Saves 16
76.0% Save Percentage 62.0%
115 Save Situations 112
70 Holds 66
114 Inherited Runners 213
35 Inherited Runners Scored 65
31.0% Inherited Score Percentage 31.0%
.968 Average Leverage Index 1.003
109 High Leverage Situations 133
86 Medium Leverage Situations 95
142 Low Leverage Situations 176
196 Times Entered With Lead 160
40 Times Entered in Tie 55
101 Times Entered When Behind 189
75 Inherited Runners 134
262 Times Entered With Bases Empty 270
65 Multiple Inning Appearances 107

Team Fielding

Houston Astros Team Fielding Kansas City Royals
.724 Defensive Efficiency .682
4,035 Defensive Chances 4,199
3,086 Putouts 3,058
895 Assists 1,077
54 Errors 64
86 Double Plays 105
.987 Fielding Percentage .985

The Houston Astros have notched more putouts than the Kansas City Royals over the course of the season having accumulated 3,086. With a total of 54, Houston hasn’t amassed as many errors as Kansas City over the course of the season. For the season, Houston has the better group of fielders, riding a fielding percentage of .987. In terms of assisting a teammate, the Astros have 895 for the year, and the Royals have recorded 1,077.