Kansas City Royals vs Tampa Bay Rays Stats

Team Offense

Kansas City Royals Team Offense Tampa Bay Rays
147 Games Played 148
5,461 Plate Appearances 5,687
4,944 At-Bats 5,050
625 Runs Scored 793
1,224 Hits 1,214
216 Doubles 261
24 Triples 30
154 Home Runs 206
591 Runs Batted In 748
110 Stolen Bases 78
28 Caught Stealing 35
385 Walks 529
1,162 Strikeouts 1,423
.248 Batting Average .240
.306 On-Base Percentage .318
.394 Slugging Percentage .426
0.700 OPS 0.744
89 OPS+ 111
1,950 Total Bases 2,153
93 Grounded Into Double Play 62
946 Left on Base 957

When comparing offenses, Kansas City has an on-base percentage of .306 while Tampa Bay holds strong at .318. The Royals have earned a team batting average of .248 and the Rays have recorded an average of .240. When talking about striking out at the plate, Tampa Bay has a total of 1,423 so far this year, and Kansas City has 1,162. Over the course of the season, the Royals aren’t knocking in as many runs, with 4.3 runs per game. Having 1,224, the Royals have more base hits than the Rays so far this season. The are sitting even in runs with the this season with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Kansas City Royals Team Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
4.9 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
66 Wins 92
81 Losses 56
.449 Win-Loss Percentage .622
4.71 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
0 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 11
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
34 Saves 39
1,289 Innings Pitched 1,332
1,254 Hits Allowed 1,182
725 Runs Allowed 618
675 Earned Runs Allowed 560
177 Home Runs Allowed 170
551 Walks Allowed 406
15 Intentional Walks Allowed 26
1,249 Strikeouts 1,361
56 Balks 50
83 Wild Pitches 58
5,594 Batters Faced 5,514
9 Balks 6
98 ERA+ 104
4.42 FIP 3.81
1.400 WHIP 1.192
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.7
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.2
2.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
1,001 Left on Base 900

Regarding runners inherited, the Royals have tallied 229 on the season, and the Rays have a total of 148. On the year, Tampa Bay has the better group of pitchers when discussing save percentage sitting at 66%. Having earned 75, the Kansas City Royals are sitting with less holds as the Tampa Bay Rays for the year. Kansas City hasn’t accrued as many saves as Tampa Bay this season with 34. In terms of team pitching stats, Kansas City holds a WHIP of 1.400 and Tampa Bay sits at 1.192. The Rays have the more effective pitching staff in the matter of conceding homeruns having 170. With regard to total strikeouts, the Royals have notched a total of 1,249 this year while the Rays are sitting with 1,361. This year, Tampa Bay has more dominant pitchers, riding a team ERA of 3.78. Having earned 1,254, the Royals have given up more hits than the Rays so far this season. The Kansas City Royals have given up more runs per game than the Tampa Bay Rays on the year, holding an average of 4.93.

Team Bullpen

Kansas City Royals Team Relief Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
507 Games in Relief 480
147 Games Finished 147
29 Wins in Relief 54
24 Losses in Relief 28
56 Save Opportunities 59
34 Saves 39
22 Blown Saves 20
61.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
133 Save Situations 143
75 Holds 81
229 Inherited Runners 148
74 Inherited Runners Scored 43
32.0% Inherited Score Percentage 29.0%
.966 Average Leverage Index 1.005
149 High Leverage Situations 168
105 Medium Leverage Situations 129
247 Low Leverage Situations 171
208 Times Entered With Lead 254
59 Times Entered in Tie 103
240 Times Entered When Behind 123
148 Inherited Runners 116
359 Times Entered With Bases Empty 364
127 Multiple Inning Appearances 179

Team Fielding

Kansas City Royals Team Fielding Tampa Bay Rays
.683 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,221 Defensive Chances 5,325
3,868 Putouts 3,996
1,276 Assists 1,253
77 Errors 76
136 Double Plays 123
.985 Fielding Percentage .986

When discussing assists, the Royals are sitting with 1,276 for the year, and the Rays have recorded 1,253. So far this season, Kansas City doesn’t defend quite as well, having a fielding percentage of .985. Having 77, Kansas City has recorded more errors than Tampa Bay for the season. The Kansas City Royals have notched less putouts than the Tampa Bay Rays for the year with a total of 3,868.