Milwaukee Brewers vs New York Yankees Stats

Team Offense

Milwaukee Brewers Team Offense New York Yankees
147 Games Played 148
5,555 Plate Appearances 5,551
4,878 At-Bats 4,874
682 Runs Scored 646
1,150 Hits 1,155
233 Doubles 192
17 Triples 11
176 Home Runs 201
646 Runs Batted In 605
72 Stolen Bases 60
20 Caught Stealing 14
533 Walks 579
1,342 Strikeouts 1,356
.236 Batting Average .237
.320 On-Base Percentage .323
.399 Slugging Percentage .405
0.718 OPS 0.728
92 OPS+ 100
1,945 Total Bases 1,972
89 Grounded Into Double Play 139
993 Left on Base 996

The have the same amount of runs as the over the course of the season having accumulated 0. With 1,150, the Brewers don’t have as many hits as the Yankees for the season. This season, the Brewers are scoring more than their opposition, averaging 4.6 runs/game. In reference to strikeouts, New York has 1,356 this season, and Milwaukee has 1,342. The Brewers have a collective batting average of .236 and the Yankees hold an average of .237. When comparing offenses, Milwaukee has an on-base percentage of .320 while New York is looking at .323.

Team Pitching

Milwaukee Brewers Team Pitching New York Yankees
3.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.1
90 Wins 83
57 Losses 65
.612 Win-Loss Percentage .561
3.36 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.7
2 Complete Games 3
18 Team Shutouts 12
1 Complete Game Shutouts 2
42 Saves 44
1,306 Innings Pitched 1,310
1,038 Hits Allowed 1,113
546 Runs Allowed 605
488 Earned Runs Allowed 540
145 Home Runs Allowed 177
494 Walks Allowed 457
18 Intentional Walks Allowed 10
1,476 Strikeouts 1,427
69 Balks 50
55 Wild Pitches 78
5,440 Batters Faced 5,462
9 Balks 8
127 ERA+ 117
3.64 FIP 3.90
1.173 WHIP 1.198
7.2 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.6
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.2
3.4 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.1
10.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.8
3.0 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
976 Left on Base 926

The Milwaukee Brewers have surrendered less runs per contest than the New York Yankees for the year, averaging 3.71. Having earned 1,038, the Brewers haven’t allowed as many hits as the Yankees on the campaign. So far this season, Milwaukee has the more effective pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.36. In regard to team strikeouts, the Brewers have compiled a total of 1,476 over the course of the season and the Yankees have 1,427. The Brewers have more dominant pitchers when talking about surrendering homeruns having 145. In the matter of team pitching stats, Milwaukee owns a WHIP of 1.173 and New York sits at 1.198. Milwaukee has accounted for less saves than New York over the course of the season having racked up 42. With 74, the Milwaukee Brewers have accounted for less holds than the New York Yankees this season. On the campaign, FALSE is the better of these two bullpens in regard to save percentage coming in at FALSE. Pertaining to inherited runners, the Brewers have earned a total of 138 for the season, and the Yankees are sitting with 197.

Team Bullpen

Milwaukee Brewers Team Relief Pitching New York Yankees
484 Games in Relief 462
145 Games Finished 145
43 Wins in Relief 41
18 Losses in Relief 29
66 Save Opportunities 69
42 Saves 44
24 Blown Saves 25
64.0% Save Percentage 64.0%
142 Save Situations 150
74 Holds 76
138 Inherited Runners 197
48 Inherited Runners Scored 53
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 27.0%
1.020 Average Leverage Index 1.084
176 High Leverage Situations 201
95 Medium Leverage Situations 110
199 Low Leverage Situations 143
248 Times Entered With Lead 225
82 Times Entered in Tie 100
154 Times Entered When Behind 137
96 Inherited Runners 145
388 Times Entered With Bases Empty 317
85 Multiple Inning Appearances 155

Team Fielding

Milwaukee Brewers Team Fielding New York Yankees
.708 Defensive Efficiency .703
5,232 Defensive Chances 5,230
3,918 Putouts 3,931
1,225 Assists 1,209
89 Errors 90
94 Double Plays 106
.983 Fielding Percentage .983

The Milwaukee Brewers have accounted for less putouts that the New York Yankees on the season with a total of 3,918. Having 89, Milwaukee has less errors than New York on the campaign. For the season, Milwaukee is equally as good on defense, holding a fielding percentage of .983. In terms of assisting a teammate, the Brewers have 1,225 this season, and the Yankees have 1,209.