Minnesota Twins vs Philadelphia Phillies Stats

Team Offense

Minnesota Twins Team Offense Philadelphia Phillies
162 Games Played 162
6,078 Plate Appearances 6,089
5,431 At-Bats 5,366
729 Runs Scored 734
1,311 Hits 1,288
271 Doubles 262
17 Triples 24
228 Home Runs 198
690 Runs Batted In 700
54 Stolen Bases 77
15 Caught Stealing 19
525 Walks 564
1,405 Strikeouts 1,402
.241 Batting Average .240
.314 On-Base Percentage .318
.423 Slugging Percentage .408
0.738 OPS 0.726
103 OPS+ 95
2,300 Total Bases 2,192
122 Grounded Into Double Play 103
1,063 Left on Base 1,095

When comparing teams, Minnesota has an on-base percentage of .314 and Philadelphia is looking at .318. The Twins are sitting with a batting average of .241 and the Phillies hold an average of .240. When discussing strikeouts, Philadelphia has tallied 1,402 over the course of the season, and Minnesota has 1,405. Over the course of the season, the Twins aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, holding an average of 4.5 runs per outing. With a total of 1,311, the Twins have more hits than the Phillies on the year. The have compiled the same amount of runs as the so far this season having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Minnesota Twins Team Pitching Philadelphia Phillies
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.6
73 Wins 82
89 Losses 80
.451 Win-Loss Percentage .506
4.83 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.4
1 Complete Games 5
9 Team Shutouts 12
0 Complete Game Shutouts 4
42 Saves 36
1,419 Innings Pitched 1,418
1,392 Hits Allowed 1,321
834 Runs Allowed 745
762 Earned Runs Allowed 692
239 Home Runs Allowed 200
484 Walks Allowed 509
13 Intentional Walks Allowed 37
1,317 Strikeouts 1,480
62 Balks 75
48 Wild Pitches 49
6,080 Batters Faced 6,055
3 Balks 5
89 ERA+ 96
4.66 FIP 4.15
1.322 WHIP 1.290
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.4
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.1 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.2
8.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.4
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.9
988 Left on Base 1,054

The Minnesota Twins have given up more runs per game than the Philadelphia Phillies on the campaign, averaging 5.15. With 1,392, the Twins have given up more hits than the Phillies so far this season. Over the course of the season, Philadelphia has the more dominant pitching staff, with a team ERA of 4.39. With regard to striking out their opponent, the Twins have tallied 1,317 for the season and the Phillies are sitting with 1,480. The Phillies have the more effective pitching staff when talking about surrendering homeruns with 200. In relation to pitching statistics, Minnesota has a WHIP of 1.322 and Philadelphia sits at 1.290. Minnesota has more saves than Philadelphia over the course of the season having earned a total of 42. Having earned 89, the Minnesota Twins have accounted for more holds than the Philadelphia Phillies on the campaign. This season, Minnesota has the more dominant bullpen concerning save percentage sitting at 67%. In terms of runners inherited, the Twins have accounted for 178 on the season, and the Phillies have earned a total of 225.

Team Bullpen

Minnesota Twins Team Relief Pitching Philadelphia Phillies
529 Games in Relief 525
161 Games Finished 157
34 Wins in Relief 42
31 Losses in Relief 28
63 Save Opportunities 70
42 Saves 36
21 Blown Saves 34
67.0% Save Percentage 51.0%
154 Save Situations 146
89 Holds 70
178 Inherited Runners 225
78 Inherited Runners Scored 94
44.0% Inherited Score Percentage 42.0%
1.006 Average Leverage Index 1.022
175 High Leverage Situations 165
138 Medium Leverage Situations 123
195 Low Leverage Situations 222
235 Times Entered With Lead 232
89 Times Entered in Tie 76
205 Times Entered When Behind 217
132 Inherited Runners 144
397 Times Entered With Bases Empty 381
160 Multiple Inning Appearances 147

Team Fielding

Minnesota Twins Team Fielding Philadelphia Phillies
.692 Defensive Efficiency .687
5,785 Defensive Chances 5,789
4,258 Putouts 4,256
1,420 Assists 1,439
107 Errors 94
139 Double Plays 142
.982 Fielding Percentage .984

With respect to assists, the Twins have a total of 1,420 for the season, and the Phillies have tallied 1,439. This season, Minnesota is a lesser team in terms of defending, with a fielding percentage of .982. Holding a total of 107, Minnesota has accumulated more errors than Philadelphia on the campaign. The Minnesota Twins have accrued more putouts that the Philadelphia Phillies on the year having accumulated 4,258.