Kansas City Royals vs St. Louis Cardinals Stats

Team Offense

Kansas City Royals Team Offense St. Louis Cardinals
120 Games Played 117
4,448 Plate Appearances 4,443
4,030 At-Bats 3,964
460 Runs Scored 559
987 Hits 1,011
181 Doubles 205
29 Triples 17
101 Home Runs 138
441 Runs Batted In 538
75 Stolen Bases 73
23 Caught Stealing 19
344 Walks 381
949 Strikeouts 904
.245 Batting Average .255
.307 On-Base Percentage .326
.379 Slugging Percentage .420
0.686 OPS 0.746
94 OPS+ 114
1,529 Total Bases 1,664
81 Grounded Into Double Play 79
817 Left on Base 816

The Kansas City Royals have compiled less runs than the St. Louis Cardinals on the season with a total of 460. With a total of 987, the Royals haven’t accrued as many hits as the Cardinals this year. For the year, the Royals aren’t quite as potent of an offense, with 3.8 runs per outing. Regarding going down on strikes, St. Louis has a total of 904 on the season, and Kansas City has 949. The Royals hold a team batting average of .245 and the Cardinals have recorded an average of .255. When comparing offenses, Kansas City has compiled an OBP of .307 and St. Louis is at .326.

Team Pitching

Kansas City Royals Team Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
5.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.0
48 Wins 66
72 Losses 51
.400 Win-Loss Percentage .564
4.68 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
0 Complete Games 2
7 Team Shutouts 12
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
26 Saves 27
1,051 Innings Pitched 1,034
1,094 Hits Allowed 950
606 Runs Allowed 462
547 Earned Runs Allowed 441
133 Home Runs Allowed 114
451 Walks Allowed 351
11 Intentional Walks Allowed 6
883 Strikeouts 867
44 Balks 47
66 Wild Pitches 33
4,645 Batters Faced 4,326
5 Balks 3
88 ERA+ 100
4.50 FIP 4.03
1.470 WHIP 1.257
9.4 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.3
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.1
7.6 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.5
2.0 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
894 Left on Base 771

The Kansas City Royals have given up more runs per game than the St. Louis Cardinals this season, averaging 5.05. Having 1,094, the Royals have conceded more base hits than the Cardinals on the season. On the season, St. Louis has the more effective pitching staff, having a team ERA of 3.84. When it comes to total strikeouts, the Royals have compiled a total of 883 this year while the Cardinals have 867. The Cardinals have a more superior pitching staff concerning surrendering the long ball with 114. When it comes to pitching, Kansas City has a WHIP of 1.470 and St. Louis is at 1.257. Kansas City is sitting with less saves than St. Louis for the season with 26. Having racked up 66, the Kansas City Royals have notched more holds than the St. Louis Cardinals so far this year. On the year, St. Louis is the better of these two bullpens when discussing save % coming in at 64%. Pertaining to inherited base runners, the Royals have accounted for 218 over the course of the season, and the Cardinals have a total of 177.

Team Bullpen

Kansas City Royals Team Relief Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
413 Games in Relief 336
120 Games Finished 115
24 Wins in Relief 28
20 Losses in Relief 14
42 Save Opportunities 42
26 Saves 27
16 Blown Saves 15
62.0% Save Percentage 64.0%
112 Save Situations 94
66 Holds 52
218 Inherited Runners 177
65 Inherited Runners Scored 62
30.0% Inherited Score Percentage 35.0%
.993 Average Leverage Index .950
133 High Leverage Situations 96
96 Medium Leverage Situations 85
184 Low Leverage Situations 154
160 Times Entered With Lead 167
55 Times Entered in Tie 46
198 Times Entered When Behind 122
137 Inherited Runners 114
276 Times Entered With Bases Empty 221
111 Multiple Inning Appearances 138

Team Fielding

Kansas City Royals Team Fielding St. Louis Cardinals
.679 Defensive Efficiency .706
4,336 Defensive Chances 4,370
3,154 Putouts 3,104
1,115 Assists 1,221
67 Errors 45
108 Double Plays 127
.985 Fielding Percentage .990

In relation to assists, the Royals are sitting with 1,115 so far this season, while the Cardinals have accumulated 1,221. So far this year, Kansas City doesn’t defend quite as well, with a fielding percentage of .985. With a total of 67, Kansas City has accumulated more errors than St. Louis for the season. The Kansas City Royals have recorded more putouts than the St. Louis Cardinals on the season with 3,154.