Minnesota Twins vs Pittsburgh Pirates Stats

Team Offense

Minnesota Twins Team Offense Pittsburgh Pirates
152 Games Played 151
5,712 Plate Appearances 5,578
5,105 At-Bats 4,981
684 Runs Scored 560
1,226 Hits 1,172
256 Doubles 229
16 Triples 29
215 Home Runs 117
646 Runs Batted In 524
49 Stolen Bases 57
15 Caught Stealing 28
496 Walks 487
1,316 Strikeouts 1,233
.240 Batting Average .235
.313 On-Base Percentage .307
.423 Slugging Percentage .363
0.736 OPS 0.671
103 OPS+ 82
2,159 Total Bases 1,810
111 Grounded Into Double Play 86
1,000 Left on Base 1,048

While at the plate, Minnesota has compiled an OBP of .313 while Pittsburgh is looking at .307. The Twins have earned a batting average of .240 and the Pirates have recorded an average of .235. Concerning getting struck out, Pittsburgh has earned 1,233 this season, and Minnesota has 1,316. This season, the Twins have the more dangerous offensive, averaging 4.5 runs/game. With a total of 1,226, the Twins have racked up more hits than the Pirates so far this season. The have the same number of total runs as the so far this season with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Minnesota Twins Team Pitching Pittsburgh Pirates
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.1
67 Wins 57
85 Losses 94
.441 Win-Loss Percentage .377
4.88 Earned Run Average (ERA) 5.0
1 Complete Games 0
8 Team Shutouts 5
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
38 Saves 23
1,330 Innings Pitched 1,301
1,303 Hits Allowed 1,289
792 Runs Allowed 765
722 Earned Runs Allowed 726
228 Home Runs Allowed 194
455 Walks Allowed 558
13 Intentional Walks Allowed 22
1,242 Strikeouts 1,218
54 Balks 73
45 Wild Pitches 51
5,698 Batters Faced 5,700
2 Balks 4
88 ERA+ 84
4.67 FIP 4.68
1.321 WHIP 1.419
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.5 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.3
3.1 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
8.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.4
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.2
915 Left on Base 1,031

The Minnesota Twins have surrendered more runs per game than the Pittsburgh Pirates for the season, holding an average of 5.21. Having racked up 1,303, the Twins have surrendered more base knocks than the Pirates this season. On the year, Minnesota has the more effective pitching staff, sitting with a team ERA of 4.88. Regarding team strikeouts, the Twins have tallied 1,242 so far this season and the Pirates have 1,218. The Pirates have a more effective pitching staff in relation to surrendering the long ball with 194. In the matter of pitching statistics, Minnesota holds a WHIP of 1.321 and Pittsburgh is at 1.419. Minnesota has recorded more saves than Pittsburgh this year having earned a total of 38. Having earned 80, the Minnesota Twins have accrued more holds than the Pittsburgh Pirates on the campaign. For the year, Minnesota has the more dominant bullpen with respect to save percentage coming in at 66%. In regard to base runners inherited, the Twins have notched a total of 163 on the campaign, and the Pirates are sitting with 183.

Team Bullpen

Minnesota Twins Team Relief Pitching Pittsburgh Pirates
491 Games in Relief 533
151 Games Finished 151
32 Wins in Relief 30
30 Losses in Relief 24
58 Save Opportunities 42
38 Saves 23
20 Blown Saves 19
66.0% Save Percentage 55.0%
139 Save Situations 113
80 Holds 68
163 Inherited Runners 183
74 Inherited Runners Scored 62
45.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
1.013 Average Leverage Index .907
168 High Leverage Situations 122
120 Medium Leverage Situations 141
182 Low Leverage Situations 251
211 Times Entered With Lead 176
87 Times Entered in Tie 61
193 Times Entered When Behind 296
123 Inherited Runners 110
368 Times Entered With Bases Empty 423
145 Multiple Inning Appearances 128

Team Fielding

Minnesota Twins Team Fielding Pittsburgh Pirates
.692 Defensive Efficiency .689
5,434 Defensive Chances 5,263
3,991 Putouts 3,904
1,340 Assists 1,292
103 Errors 67
132 Double Plays 129
.981 Fielding Percentage .987

The Minnesota Twins have earned more putouts than the Pittsburgh Pirates for the year having accumulated 3,991. With a total of 103, Minnesota has notched more errors than Pittsburgh on the year. On the campaign, Minnesota hasn’t been the better group of defenders, riding a fielding percentage of .981. In terms of assists, the Twins have 1,340 so far this year, while the Pirates have tallied 1,292.