Miami Marlins vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Miami Marlins Team Offense San Francisco Giants
155 Games Played 156
5,702 Plate Appearances 5,970
5,143 At-Bats 5,270
606 Runs Scored 776
1,203 Hits 1,313
223 Doubles 261
22 Triples 25
153 Home Runs 237
579 Runs Batted In 742
104 Stolen Bases 64
27 Caught Stealing 14
430 Walks 579
1,489 Strikeouts 1,416
.234 Batting Average .249
.299 On-Base Percentage .329
.375 Slugging Percentage .443
0.675 OPS 0.772
83 OPS+ 107
1,929 Total Bases 2,335
87 Grounded Into Double Play 116
987 Left on Base 1,062

When distinguishing between these two teams, Miami has recorded an OBP of .299 while San Francisco is looking at .329. The Marlins have earned a team batting average of .234 and the Giants have recorded an average of .249. Regarding striking out at the plate, San Francisco has recorded 1,416 for the season, and Miami has 1,489. This year, the Marlins aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, with an average of 3.9 runs per game. With a total of 1,203, the Marlins haven’t accrued as many hits as the Giants on the campaign. The are sitting with the same amount of runs as the for the year with 0.

Team Pitching

Miami Marlins Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
64 Wins 102
91 Losses 54
.413 Win-Loss Percentage .654
3.93 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
1 Complete Games 2
8 Team Shutouts 16
0 Complete Game Shutouts 2
30 Saves 53
1,356 Innings Pitched 1,400
1,227 Hits Allowed 1,203
670 Runs Allowed 579
593 Earned Runs Allowed 512
153 Home Runs Allowed 150
511 Walks Allowed 404
40 Intentional Walks Allowed 19
1,309 Strikeouts 1,368
82 Balks 61
57 Wild Pitches 44
5,780 Batters Faced 5,780
2 Balks 7
107 ERA+ 126
4.01 FIP 3.60
1.281 WHIP 1.148
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.7
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
8.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
2.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
1,040 Left on Base 1,001

The Miami Marlins have given up more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants for the year, averaging 4.32. Having 1,227, the Marlins have conceded more base hits than the Giants this season. This year, San Francisco has the more dominant pitching staff, sitting with a team ERA of 3.29. When it comes to striking out their opponent, the Marlins have a total of 1,309 so far this year and the Giants have accounted for 1,368. The Giants have the more superior group of pitchers in reference to allowing the long ball with 150. Regarding pitching statistics, Miami has a WHIP of 1.281 and San Francisco is at 1.148. Miami hasn’t amassed as many saves as San Francisco this season with 30. Having racked up 67, the Miami Marlins have less holds than the San Francisco Giants on the year. On the season, San Francisco has the better bullpen when it comes to save percentage sitting at 65%. When talking about base runners inherited, the Marlins have notched a total of 197 this season, and the Giants are sitting with 175.

Team Bullpen

Miami Marlins Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
567 Games in Relief 574
154 Games Finished 154
33 Wins in Relief 46
32 Losses in Relief 21
55 Save Opportunities 81
30 Saves 53
25 Blown Saves 28
55.0% Save Percentage 65.0%
122 Save Situations 194
67 Holds 110
197 Inherited Runners 175
72 Inherited Runners Scored 59
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
1.025 Average Leverage Index 1.033
177 High Leverage Situations 199
128 Medium Leverage Situations 150
249 Low Leverage Situations 216
200 Times Entered With Lead 311
97 Times Entered in Tie 94
269 Times Entered When Behind 169
127 Inherited Runners 122
439 Times Entered With Bases Empty 452
117 Multiple Inning Appearances 96

Team Fielding

Miami Marlins Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.690 Defensive Efficiency .709
5,574 Defensive Chances 5,694
4,070 Putouts 4,200
1,387 Assists 1,417
117 Errors 77
137 Double Plays 116
.979 Fielding Percentage .986

The Miami Marlins have accrued less putouts that the San Francisco Giants on the season having accumulated 4,070. With 117, Miami has notched more errors than San Francisco this season. Over the course of the season, Miami doesn’t defend quite as well, riding a fielding percentage of .979. In reference to assists, the Marlins have a total of 1,387 for the year, and the Giants have accumulated 1,417.