Los Angeles Angels vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Los Angeles Angels Team Offense San Francisco Giants
156 Games Played 156
5,791 Plate Appearances 5,970
5,237 At-Bats 5,270
695 Runs Scored 776
1,282 Hits 1,313
256 Doubles 261
21 Triples 25
185 Home Runs 237
663 Runs Batted In 742
72 Stolen Bases 64
26 Caught Stealing 14
445 Walks 579
1,348 Strikeouts 1,416
.245 Batting Average .249
.310 On-Base Percentage .329
.408 Slugging Percentage .443
0.717 OPS 0.772
94 OPS+ 107
2,135 Total Bases 2,335
103 Grounded Into Double Play 116
980 Left on Base 1,062

While at the plate, Los Angeles is sitting with an OBP of .310 and San Francisco is at .329. The Angels have a batting average of .245 and the Giants have accrued an average of .249. When talking about getting struck out, San Francisco has compiled 1,416 for the year, and Los Angeles has 1,348. For the season, the Angels aren’t knocking in as many runs, averaging 4.5 runs/game. Having earned 1,282, the Angels haven’t accrued as many hits as the Giants on the season. The are even in runs with the so far this year having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Los Angeles Angels Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
5.0 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
74 Wins 102
82 Losses 54
.474 Win-Loss Percentage .654
4.71 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
1 Complete Games 2
4 Team Shutouts 16
0 Complete Game Shutouts 2
38 Saves 53
1,370 Innings Pitched 1,400
1,324 Hits Allowed 1,203
780 Runs Allowed 579
717 Earned Runs Allowed 512
185 Home Runs Allowed 150
572 Walks Allowed 404
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 19
1,405 Strikeouts 1,368
73 Balks 61
55 Wild Pitches 44
5,975 Batters Faced 5,780
11 Balks 7
95 ERA+ 126
4.28 FIP 3.60
1.383 WHIP 1.148
8.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.7
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
9.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
1,083 Left on Base 1,001

With respect to inherited runners, the Angels have notched a total of 348 so far this year, while the Giants are sitting with 175. This year, San Francisco is the better of these two bullpens when it comes to save percentage sitting at 65%. With 67, the Los Angeles Angels haven’t accrued as many holds as the San Francisco Giants on the campaign. Los Angeles has compiled less saves than San Francisco so far this year with a total of 38. In regard to pitching statistics, Los Angeles holds a WHIP of 1.383 and San Francisco sits at 1.148. The Giants are the better of these two pitching staffs in regard to giving up homeruns with 150. In the matter of total strikeouts, the Angels have compiled a total of 1,405 for the season and the Giants have recorded 1,368. On the campaign, San Francisco has the more effective pitching staff, having a team earned run average of 3.29. Holding a total of 1,324, the Angels have surrendered more base knocks than the Giants this year. The Los Angeles Angels have given up more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants for the season, holding an average of 5.00.

Team Bullpen

Los Angeles Angels Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
536 Games in Relief 574
155 Games Finished 154
35 Wins in Relief 46
27 Losses in Relief 21
62 Save Opportunities 81
38 Saves 53
24 Blown Saves 28
61.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
131 Save Situations 194
67 Holds 110
348 Inherited Runners 175
133 Inherited Runners Scored 59
38.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
.933 Average Leverage Index 1.033
163 High Leverage Situations 199
107 Medium Leverage Situations 150
258 Low Leverage Situations 216
209 Times Entered With Lead 311
66 Times Entered in Tie 94
261 Times Entered When Behind 169
230 Inherited Runners 122
306 Times Entered With Bases Empty 452
208 Multiple Inning Appearances 96

Team Fielding

Los Angeles Angels Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.680 Defensive Efficiency .709
5,557 Defensive Chances 5,694
4,112 Putouts 4,200
1,358 Assists 1,417
87 Errors 77
127 Double Plays 116
.984 Fielding Percentage .986

The Los Angeles Angels have amassed less putouts than the San Francisco Giants for the season having accumulated 4,112. With a total of 87, Los Angeles has amassed more errors than San Francisco on the year. On the campaign, Los Angeles is the worse defending group out of the two, having a fielding percentage of .984. When it comes to assisting a teammate, the Angels have 1,358 for the year, while the Giants have accumulated 1,417.