Houston Astros vs Tampa Bay Rays Stats

Team Offense

Houston Astros Team Offense Tampa Bay Rays
146 Games Played 147
5,671 Plate Appearances 5,644
5,040 At-Bats 5,015
781 Runs Scored 786
1,359 Hits 1,205
280 Doubles 260
12 Triples 30
191 Home Runs 205
752 Runs Batted In 741
49 Stolen Bases 77
14 Caught Stealing 35
515 Walks 523
1,105 Strikeouts 1,416
.270 Batting Average .240
.341 On-Base Percentage .318
.444 Slugging Percentage .427
0.785 OPS 0.745
114 OPS+ 111
2,236 Total Bases 2,140
129 Grounded Into Double Play 62
1,028 Left on Base 948

While at the plate, Houston has amassed an on-base percentage of .341 while Tampa Bay is looking at .318. The Astros have a collective batting average of .270 and the Rays have recorded an average of .240. When talking about getting struck out, Tampa Bay has 1,416 for the year, and Houston has 1,105. So far this year, the Astros are producing more runs than the other team, having 5.3 runs per game. With 1,359, the Astros have recorded more base knocks than the Rays this year. The have earned the same amount of runs as the this season with 0.

Team Pitching

Houston Astros Team Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
4.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
86 Wins 91
60 Losses 56
.589 Win-Loss Percentage .619
3.69 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
2 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 11
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
32 Saves 39
1,299 Innings Pitched 1,322
1,099 Hits Allowed 1,175
580 Runs Allowed 614
533 Earned Runs Allowed 556
169 Home Runs Allowed 169
486 Walks Allowed 405
8 Intentional Walks Allowed 26
1,320 Strikeouts 1,353
63 Balks 50
65 Wild Pitches 57
5,441 Batters Faced 5,476
4 Balks 6
117 ERA+ 104
4.09 FIP 3.81
1.220 WHIP 1.195
7.6 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.8
9.1 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.2
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
963 Left on Base 896

Regarding inherited runners, the Astros have earned a total of 179 for the year, while the Rays are sitting with 148. For the year, Tampa Bay is the better of these two bullpens in reference to save rate coming in at 66%. With a total of 63, the Houston Astros haven’t recorded as many holds as the Tampa Bay Rays on the year. Houston hasn’t accumulated as many saves as Tampa Bay this season having earned a total of 32. Pertaining to team pitching statistics, Houston holds a WHIP of 1.220 and Tampa Bay is at 1.195. The FALSE have the more effective pitching staff in regard to allowing the long ball with FALSE. With respect to getting strikeouts, the Astros have accrued a total of 1,320 on the campaign and the Rays have accumulated 1,353. On the season, Houston is the better of these two pitching staffs, holding a team ERA of 3.69. With a total of 1,099, the Astros haven’t given up as many base hits as the Rays on the season. The Houston Astros have given up less runs per game than the Tampa Bay Rays for the season, averaging 3.97.

Team Bullpen

Houston Astros Team Relief Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
456 Games in Relief 476
144 Games Finished 146
26 Wins in Relief 53
28 Losses in Relief 28
54 Save Opportunities 59
32 Saves 39
22 Blown Saves 20
59.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
118 Save Situations 143
63 Holds 81
179 Inherited Runners 148
65 Inherited Runners Scored 43
36.0% Inherited Score Percentage 29.0%
.971 Average Leverage Index 1.006
140 High Leverage Situations 167
105 Medium Leverage Situations 129
196 Low Leverage Situations 168
238 Times Entered With Lead 254
77 Times Entered in Tie 102
141 Times Entered When Behind 120
121 Inherited Runners 115
335 Times Entered With Bases Empty 361
104 Multiple Inning Appearances 179

Team Fielding

Houston Astros Team Fielding Tampa Bay Rays
.715 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,228 Defensive Chances 5,282
3,898 Putouts 3,966
1,270 Assists 1,242
60 Errors 74
111 Double Plays 121
.989 Fielding Percentage .986

With respect to assisting a teammate, the Astros have 1,270 for the year, and the Rays have tallied 1,242. This season, Houston is the more superior group of defenders, holding a fielding percentage of .989. Having 60, Houston hasn’t accumulated as many errors as Tampa Bay on the campaign. The Houston Astros have less putouts than the Tampa Bay Rays over the course of the season having a total of 3,898.