Minnesota Twins vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Minnesota Twins Team Offense Washington Nationals
147 Games Played 146
5,518 Plate Appearances 5,463
4,929 At-Bats 4,823
658 Runs Scored 653
1,183 Hits 1,245
243 Doubles 237
16 Triples 20
206 Home Runs 167
622 Runs Batted In 619
46 Stolen Bases 53
13 Caught Stealing 25
483 Walks 493
1,271 Strikeouts 1,168
.240 Batting Average .258
.314 On-Base Percentage .335
.421 Slugging Percentage .419
0.735 OPS 0.754
102 OPS+ 106
2,076 Total Bases 2,023
111 Grounded Into Double Play 141
967 Left on Base 1,027

While at the plate, Minnesota has compiled an OBP of .314 while Washington is at .335. The Twins have accumulated a team batting average of .240 and the Nationals have accrued an average of .258. When talking about going down on strikes, Washington has tallied 1,168 so far this season, and Minnesota has 1,271. Over the course of the season, the Twins have the more dangerous offensive, averaging 4.5 runs per outing. Having 1,183, the Twins have recorded less base hits as the Nationals for the year. The have recorded the same amount of runs as the this season with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Minnesota Twins Team Pitching Washington Nationals
5.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
64 Wins 60
83 Losses 86
.435 Win-Loss Percentage .411
4.90 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.7
1 Complete Games 1
8 Team Shutouts 7
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
37 Saves 32
1,287 Innings Pitched 1,253
1,262 Hits Allowed 1,214
769 Runs Allowed 732
701 Earned Runs Allowed 660
222 Home Runs Allowed 220
436 Walks Allowed 471
12 Intentional Walks Allowed 42
1,188 Strikeouts 1,208
50 Balks 65
45 Wild Pitches 36
5,509 Batters Faced 5,429
2 Balks 1
88 ERA+ 85
4.70 FIP 4.80
1.319 WHIP 1.345
8.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.6 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.6
3.0 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.4
8.3 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.7
2.7 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.6
878 Left on Base 938

Regarding inherited runners, the Twins have earned a total of 156 this season, while the Nationals are sitting with 188. This year, Minnesota is the better of these two bullpens when discussing save % coming in at 65%. Having earned 76, the Minnesota Twins are sitting with less holds as the Washington Nationals on the year. Minnesota has more saves than Washington this season having earned a total of 37. Pertaining to pitching stats, Minnesota owns a WHIP of 1.319 and Washington sits at 1.345. The Nationals have the more superior group of pitchers with respect to allowing homeruns with 220. When talking about getting strikeouts, the Twins have accrued a total of 1,188 on the campaign while the Nationals are sitting with 1,208. This year, Washington has the more dominant pitching staff, holding a team ERA of 4.74. With 1,262, the Twins have allowed more base knocks than the Nationals so far this season. The Minnesota Twins have given up more runs per game than the Washington Nationals this season, with an average of 5.23.

Team Bullpen

Minnesota Twins Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
471 Games in Relief 501
146 Games Finished 145
31 Wins in Relief 23
30 Losses in Relief 35
57 Save Opportunities 62
37 Saves 32
20 Blown Saves 30
65.0% Save Percentage 52.0%
134 Save Situations 148
76 Holds 84
156 Inherited Runners 188
70 Inherited Runners Scored 74
45.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
1.015 Average Leverage Index .994
165 High Leverage Situations 154
116 Medium Leverage Situations 118
169 Low Leverage Situations 214
198 Times Entered With Lead 214
87 Times Entered in Tie 65
186 Times Entered When Behind 222
119 Inherited Runners 127
352 Times Entered With Bases Empty 374
137 Multiple Inning Appearances 105

Team Fielding

Minnesota Twins Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.693 Defensive Efficiency .696
5,265 Defensive Chances 5,078
3,862 Putouts 3,760
1,303 Assists 1,230
100 Errors 88
128 Double Plays 104
.981 Fielding Percentage .983

The Minnesota Twins have more putouts than the Washington Nationals on the year having accumulated 3,862. Having earned 100, Minnesota has accumulated more errors than Washington over the course of the season. So far this season, Minnesota hasn’t been the better group of defenders, having a fielding percentage of .981. When it comes to assisting a teammate, the Twins have 1,303 on the campaign, while the Nationals have tallied 1,230.