Kansas City Royals vs New York Mets Stats

Team Offense

Kansas City Royals Team Offense New York Mets
116 Games Played 115
4,310 Plate Appearances 4,384
3,901 At-Bats 3,903
457 Runs Scored 552
962 Hits 1,011
177 Doubles 195
29 Triples 21
99 Home Runs 116
438 Runs Batted In 525
73 Stolen Bases 40
23 Caught Stealing 17
335 Walks 354
909 Strikeouts 869
.247 Batting Average .259
.309 On-Base Percentage .330
.383 Slugging Percentage .409
0.692 OPS 0.739
95 OPS+ 109
1,494 Total Bases 1,596
78 Grounded Into Double Play 84
790 Left on Base 818

When comparing offenses, Kansas City has an on-base percentage of .309 while New York sits at .330. The Royals have accumulated a collective batting average of .247 and the Mets have recorded an average of .259. Concerning getting struck out, New York is sitting with 869 this season, and Kansas City has 909. For the year, the Royals aren’t quite as potent of an offense, with 3.9 runs per game. Having earned 962, the Royals haven’t accrued as many hits as the Mets so far this season. The Kansas City Royals are sitting with less runs than the New York Mets on the season having earned a total of 457.

Team Pitching

Kansas City Royals Team Pitching New York Mets
5.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.6
48 Wins 75
68 Losses 40
.414 Win-Loss Percentage .652
4.67 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.5
0 Complete Games 0
7 Team Shutouts 16
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
26 Saves 33
1,019 Innings Pitched 1,027
1,047 Hits Allowed 895
582 Runs Allowed 419
529 Earned Runs Allowed 394
129 Home Runs Allowed 121
440 Walks Allowed 313
11 Intentional Walks Allowed 9
859 Strikeouts 1,104
43 Balks 52
64 Wild Pitches 20
4,494 Batters Faced 4,240
5 Balks 2
87 ERA+ 116
4.50 FIP 3.57
1.459 WHIP 1.175
9.2 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.7
7.6 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.7
2.0 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.5
863 Left on Base 750

The Kansas City Royals have allowed more runs per contest than the New York Mets on the season, having earned an average of 5.02. Having earned 1,047, the Royals have allowed more base knocks than the Mets for the year. This year, New York is the better of these two pitching staffs, having a team earned run average of 3.45. When discussing team strikeouts, the Royals have compiled a total of 859 this year and the Mets have accumulated 1,104. The Mets have the more dominant pitching staff in terms of surrendering the long ball with 121. With respect to team pitching stats, Kansas City holds a WHIP of 1.459 and New York is at 1.175. Kansas City hasn’t recorded as many saves as New York this season with 26. Having earned 66, the Kansas City Royals have compiled more holds than the New York Mets so far this year. This season, New York has the better group of pitchers with respect to save rate coming in at 70%. With regard to inherited base runners, the Royals have earned a total of 213 on the year, and the Mets have a total of 137.

Team Bullpen

Kansas City Royals Team Relief Pitching New York Mets
404 Games in Relief 340
116 Games Finished 115
24 Wins in Relief 21
20 Losses in Relief 15
42 Save Opportunities 47
26 Saves 33
16 Blown Saves 14
62.0% Save Percentage 70.0%
112 Save Situations 112
66 Holds 64
213 Inherited Runners 137
65 Inherited Runners Scored 53
31.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
1.003 Average Leverage Index .975
133 High Leverage Situations 100
95 Medium Leverage Situations 83
176 Low Leverage Situations 157
160 Times Entered With Lead 205
55 Times Entered in Tie 46
189 Times Entered When Behind 89
134 Inherited Runners 101
270 Times Entered With Bases Empty 239
107 Multiple Inning Appearances 108

Team Fielding

Kansas City Royals Team Fielding New York Mets
.682 Defensive Efficiency .696
4,199 Defensive Chances 4,110
3,058 Putouts 3,083
1,077 Assists 976
64 Errors 51
105 Double Plays 96
.985 Fielding Percentage .988

In reference to assists, the Royals have earned a total of 1,077 for the year, and the Mets have accumulated 976. So far this season, Kansas City is the worse defending group out of the two, holding a fielding percentage of .985. Holding a total of 64, Kansas City has more errors than New York on the campaign. The Kansas City Royals have accounted for less putouts that the New York Mets so far this season with 3,058.