Miami Marlins vs Minnesota Twins Stats

Team Offense

Miami Marlins Team Offense Minnesota Twins
147 Games Played 148
5,412 Plate Appearances 5,558
4,875 At-Bats 4,965
578 Runs Scored 665
1,143 Hits 1,193
212 Doubles 246
21 Triples 16
143 Home Runs 210
552 Runs Batted In 629
101 Stolen Bases 46
25 Caught Stealing 14
413 Walks 487
1,420 Strikeouts 1,278
.234 Batting Average .240
.301 On-Base Percentage .314
.375 Slugging Percentage .423
0.675 OPS 0.737
83 OPS+ 103
1,826 Total Bases 2,101
82 Grounded Into Double Play 111
941 Left on Base 973

While at the plate, Miami has an on-base percentage of .301 and Minnesota sits at .314. The Marlins are sitting with a team batting average of .234 and the Twins have recorded an average of .240. Regarding being rung up on strikes, Minnesota has compiled 1,278 for the season, and Miami has 1,420. This year, the Marlins aren’t quite as good of an offense, with an average of 3.9 runs/game. Having earned 1,143, the Marlins haven’t accrued as many hits as the Twins this year. The have earned the same amount of runs as the on the year having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Miami Marlins Team Pitching Minnesota Twins
4.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.2
62 Wins 65
85 Losses 83
.422 Win-Loss Percentage .439
3.86 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.9
1 Complete Games 1
8 Team Shutouts 8
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
30 Saves 37
1,285 Innings Pitched 1,296
1,147 Hits Allowed 1,267
620 Runs Allowed 772
552 Earned Runs Allowed 702
147 Home Runs Allowed 223
476 Walks Allowed 438
37 Intentional Walks Allowed 12
1,237 Strikeouts 1,195
80 Balks 50
49 Wild Pitches 45
5,452 Batters Faced 5,544
2 Balks 2
107 ERA+ 88
4.02 FIP 4.69
1.262 WHIP 1.315
8.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.8
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.5
3.3 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.0
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.3
2.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.7
975 Left on Base 883

The Miami Marlins have surrendered less runs per contest than the Minnesota Twins on the season, holding an average of 4.22. Having racked up 1,147, the Marlins haven’t given up as many hits as the Twins so far this year. So far this year, Miami has the more dominant pitching staff, riding a team earned run average of 3.86. In regard to striking out opponents, the Marlins have notched a total of 1,237 for the season while the Twins have recorded 1,195. The Marlins are the better of these two pitching staffs in reference to surrendering the long ball with 147. When discussing pitching stats, Miami owns a WHIP of 1.262 and Minnesota sits at 1.315. Miami is sitting with less saves than Minnesota over the course of the season having earned a total of 30. Having racked up 65, the Miami Marlins haven’t accumulated as many holds as the Minnesota Twins for the season. On the year, Minnesota has the more effective bullpen concerning save percentage sitting at 65%. When talking about inherited runners, the Marlins have tallied 184 on the campaign, and the Twins have 157.

Team Bullpen

Miami Marlins Team Relief Pitching Minnesota Twins
538 Games in Relief 474
146 Games Finished 147
31 Wins in Relief 31
32 Losses in Relief 30
54 Save Opportunities 57
30 Saves 37
24 Blown Saves 20
56.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
119 Save Situations 134
65 Holds 76
184 Inherited Runners 157
68 Inherited Runners Scored 70
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 45.0%
1.030 Average Leverage Index 1.012
168 High Leverage Situations 165
127 Medium Leverage Situations 116
230 Low Leverage Situations 172
197 Times Entered With Lead 201
92 Times Entered in Tie 87
248 Times Entered When Behind 186
117 Inherited Runners 120
420 Times Entered With Bases Empty 354
108 Multiple Inning Appearances 138

Team Fielding

Miami Marlins Team Fielding Minnesota Twins
.694 Defensive Efficiency .694
5,280 Defensive Chances 5,305
3,857 Putouts 3,889
1,314 Assists 1,314
109 Errors 102
133 Double Plays 128
.979 Fielding Percentage .981

Concerning assists, the Marlins have earned a total of 1,314 this year, and the Twins have tallied 1,314. Over the course of the season, Miami doesn’t defend quite as well, riding a fielding percentage of .979. With 109, Miami has more errors than Minnesota over the course of the season. The Miami Marlins have compiled less putouts than the Minnesota Twins over the course of the season having earned a total of 3,857.