Miami Marlins vs Philadelphia Phillies Stats

Team Offense

Miami Marlins Team Offense Philadelphia Phillies
152 Games Played 152
5,597 Plate Appearances 5,725
5,045 At-Bats 5,045
601 Runs Scored 695
1,182 Hits 1,218
218 Doubles 249
22 Triples 24
151 Home Runs 184
574 Runs Batted In 663
103 Stolen Bases 76
26 Caught Stealing 19
425 Walks 532
1,465 Strikeouts 1,304
.234 Batting Average .241
.300 On-Base Percentage .319
.376 Slugging Percentage .410
0.676 OPS 0.729
83 OPS+ 97
1,897 Total Bases 2,067
84 Grounded Into Double Play 99
968 Left on Base 1,031

The have earned the same amount of runs as the for the year having earned a total of 0. With a total of 1,182, the Marlins don’t have as many hits as the Phillies so far this year. So far this season, the Marlins have the worse offense, averaging 4.0 runs per game. When discussing getting struck out, Philadelphia has earned 1,304 for the season, and Miami has 1,465. The Marlins have accumulated a collective batting average of .234 and the Phillies have recorded an average of .241. In comparing these two teams, Miami has on OBP of .300 and Philadelphia holds strong at .319.

Team Pitching

Miami Marlins Team Pitching Philadelphia Phillies
4.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.6
64 Wins 78
88 Losses 74
.421 Win-Loss Percentage .513
3.90 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.4
1 Complete Games 4
8 Team Shutouts 10
0 Complete Game Shutouts 3
30 Saves 35
1,332 Innings Pitched 1,333
1,199 Hits Allowed 1,255
652 Runs Allowed 705
577 Earned Runs Allowed 654
152 Home Runs Allowed 192
501 Walks Allowed 472
39 Intentional Walks Allowed 34
1,280 Strikeouts 1,392
82 Balks 70
56 Wild Pitches 47
5,669 Batters Faced 5,703
2 Balks 3
107 ERA+ 94
4.04 FIP 4.17
1.276 WHIP 1.295
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.5
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.2
8.6 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.4
2.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.0
1,019 Left on Base 997

The Miami Marlins have conceded less runs per game than the Philadelphia Phillies so far this year, with an average of 4.29. Holding a total of 1,199, the Marlins haven’t given up as many hits as the Phillies this season. On the campaign, Miami has the more dominant pitching staff, riding a team ERA of 3.90. In terms of getting strikeouts, the Marlins have accrued a total of 1,280 on the season and the Phillies have 1,392. The Marlins have the more effective pitching staff when talking about conceding homeruns with 152. In reference to pitching, Miami owns a WHIP of 1.276 and Philadelphia is at 1.295. Miami has less saves than Philadelphia over the course of the season with 30. Having earned 67, the Miami Marlins have less holds than the Philadelphia Phillies this year. So far this season, Miami has the more dominant bullpen in reference to save percentage sitting at 55%. In relation to inherited runners, the Marlins have accounted for 196 this season, while the Phillies have earned a total of 217.

Team Bullpen

Miami Marlins Team Relief Pitching Philadelphia Phillies
557 Games in Relief 496
151 Games Finished 148
33 Wins in Relief 41
32 Losses in Relief 27
55 Save Opportunities 68
30 Saves 35
25 Blown Saves 33
55.0% Save Percentage 51.0%
122 Save Situations 143
67 Holds 69
196 Inherited Runners 217
72 Inherited Runners Scored 89
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 41.0%
1.034 Average Leverage Index 1.034
177 High Leverage Situations 160
128 Medium Leverage Situations 116
239 Low Leverage Situations 205
200 Times Entered With Lead 225
97 Times Entered in Tie 74
259 Times Entered When Behind 197
126 Inherited Runners 139
430 Times Entered With Bases Empty 357
115 Multiple Inning Appearances 141

Team Fielding

Miami Marlins Team Fielding Philadelphia Phillies
.692 Defensive Efficiency .686
5,484 Defensive Chances 5,444
3,998 Putouts 4,001
1,372 Assists 1,354
114 Errors 89
137 Double Plays 130
.979 Fielding Percentage .984

The Miami Marlins have compiled less putouts than the Philadelphia Phillies this season with a total of 3,998. Having earned 114, Miami has accumulated more errors than Philadelphia on the year. So far this season, Miami doesn’t defend quite as well, having a fielding percentage of .979. With regard to assists, the Marlins have 1,372 so far this year, and the Phillies have accumulated 1,354.