Miami Marlins vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Miami Marlins Team Offense San Francisco Giants
115 Games Played 114
4,244 Plate Appearances 4,321
3,846 At-Bats 3,792
430 Runs Scored 521
901 Hits 894
174 Doubles 186
16 Triples 10
104 Home Runs 133
405 Runs Batted In 497
97 Stolen Bases 52
21 Caught Stealing 10
313 Walks 417
997 Strikeouts 989
.234 Batting Average .236
.298 On-Base Percentage .320
.369 Slugging Percentage .395
0.667 OPS 0.715
87 OPS+ 100
1,419 Total Bases 1,499
87 Grounded Into Double Play 77
748 Left on Base 792

When looking at the offenses, Miami has compiled an OBP of .298 while San Francisco is at .320. The Marlins have a collective batting average of .234 and the Giants have accrued an average of .236. When discussing getting struck out, San Francisco has accounted for 989 this season, and Miami has 997. On the season, the Marlins aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, holding an average of 3.7 runs per outing. With 901, the Marlins have tallied more hits than the Giants on the campaign. The Miami Marlins have earned less runs than the San Francisco Giants on the year with 430.

Team Pitching

Miami Marlins Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.4
50 Wins 57
65 Losses 57
.435 Win-Loss Percentage .500
3.80 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.0
3 Complete Games 1
7 Team Shutouts 7
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
28 Saves 25
1,017 Innings Pitched 1,007
913 Hits Allowed 979
477 Runs Allowed 502
430 Earned Runs Allowed 442
118 Home Runs Allowed 97
354 Walks Allowed 310
7 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
1,001 Strikeouts 961
54 Balks 38
39 Wild Pitches 40
4,270 Batters Faced 4,279
0 Balks 2
108 ERA+ 103
3.86 FIP 3.50
1.245 WHIP 1.280
8.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
3.1 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.8
8.9 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.6
2.8 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
752 Left on Base 764

The Miami Marlins have given up less runs per game than the San Francisco Giants on the campaign, having earned an average of 4.15. With a total of 913, the Marlins haven’t allowed as many hits as the Giants so far this year. So far this year, Miami is the more superior pitching staff, sitting with a team earned run average of 3.80. In reference to team strikeouts, the Marlins have tallied 1,001 this season and the Giants have accounted for 961. The Giants are the better of these two pitching staffs when it comes to conceding homeruns having 97. In reference to team pitching stats, Miami has earned a WHIP of 1.245 and San Francisco sits at 1.280. Miami has accumulated more saves than San Francisco this season having earned a total of 28. Having 54, the Miami Marlins have accrued more holds than the San Francisco Giants for the season. On the season, San Francisco is the better of these two bullpens when talking about save % sitting at 64%. In relation to inherited base runners, the Marlins have notched a total of 127 this year, and the Giants have 150.

Team Bullpen

Miami Marlins Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
377 Games in Relief 401
112 Games Finished 113
18 Wins in Relief 21
19 Losses in Relief 24
48 Save Opportunities 39
28 Saves 25
20 Blown Saves 14
58.0% Save Percentage 64.0%
104 Save Situations 91
54 Holds 49
127 Inherited Runners 150
41 Inherited Runners Scored 54
32.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
1.017 Average Leverage Index .984
119 High Leverage Situations 122
87 Medium Leverage Situations 98
171 Low Leverage Situations 181
142 Times Entered With Lead 171
59 Times Entered in Tie 71
176 Times Entered When Behind 159
89 Inherited Runners 101
288 Times Entered With Bases Empty 300
77 Multiple Inning Appearances 88

Team Fielding

Miami Marlins Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.698 Defensive Efficiency .677
4,175 Defensive Chances 4,171
3,053 Putouts 3,022
1,067 Assists 1,077
55 Errors 72
94 Double Plays 83
.987 Fielding Percentage .983

The Miami Marlins are sitting with more putouts than the San Francisco Giants on the year with 3,053. Having 55, Miami has compiled less errors than San Francisco for the year. On the season, Miami has the better defense, with a fielding percentage of .987. Concerning assists, the Marlins are sitting with 1,067 so far this season, while the Giants have recorded 1,077.