New York Mets vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

New York Mets Team Offense San Francisco Giants
152 Games Played 152
5,508 Plate Appearances 5,808
4,894 At-Bats 5,124
600 Runs Scored 750
1,171 Hits 1,275
213 Doubles 257
14 Triples 25
167 Home Runs 228
569 Runs Batted In 716
50 Stolen Bases 62
24 Caught Stealing 14
470 Walks 566
1,303 Strikeouts 1,383
.239 Batting Average .249
.316 On-Base Percentage .329
.391 Slugging Percentage .442
0.707 OPS 0.771
94 OPS+ 107
1,913 Total Bases 2,266
112 Grounded Into Double Play 114
1,017 Left on Base 1,037

While at the plate, New York has compiled an OBP of .316 while San Francisco is at .329. The Mets are sitting with a collective batting average of .239 and the Giants have recorded an average of .249. In relation to getting struck out, San Francisco has amassed 1,383 over the course of the season, and New York has 1,303. Over the course of the season, the Mets aren’t scoring as much as their opposition, earning 3.9 runs per game. With 1,171, the Mets don’t have as many hits as the Giants this season. The have the same amount of runs as the this year having accumulated 0.

Team Pitching

New York Mets Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
73 Wins 99
79 Losses 53
.480 Win-Loss Percentage .651
3.90 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
2 Complete Games 2
8 Team Shutouts 16
1 Complete Game Shutouts 2
39 Saves 53
1,296 Innings Pitched 1,363
1,158 Hits Allowed 1,168
630 Runs Allowed 566
562 Earned Runs Allowed 500
178 Home Runs Allowed 147
439 Walks Allowed 396
21 Intentional Walks Allowed 18
1,364 Strikeouts 1,327
68 Balks 58
52 Wild Pitches 43
5,445 Batters Faced 5,623
1 Balks 6
103 ERA+ 125
4.01 FIP 3.62
1.232 WHIP 1.147
8.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.7
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.0 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
3.1 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
926 Left on Base 966

In reference to runners inherited, the Mets have notched a total of 189 on the season, while the Giants have 169. On the campaign, San Francisco has the more effective bullpen when discussing save rate coming in at 66%. Holding a total of 70, the New York Mets haven’t accrued as many holds as the San Francisco Giants this year. New York is sitting with less saves than San Francisco on the season with a total of 39. Regarding team pitching stats, New York has earned a WHIP of 1.232 and San Francisco sits at 1.147. The Giants have a better group of pitchers in terms of allowing homeruns with 147. When it comes to getting strikeouts, the Mets have notched a total of 1,364 for the year and the Giants have 1,327. This season, San Francisco is the better of these two pitching staffs, with a team ERA of 3.30. Having racked up 1,158, the Mets haven’t given up as many base hits as the Giants on the season. The New York Mets have given up more runs per contest than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season, holding an average of 4.14.

Team Bullpen

New York Mets Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
508 Games in Relief 554
150 Games Finished 150
44 Wins in Relief 43
27 Losses in Relief 20
67 Save Opportunities 80
39 Saves 53
28 Blown Saves 27
58.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
139 Save Situations 189
70 Holds 106
189 Inherited Runners 169
62 Inherited Runners Scored 58
33.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
1.035 Average Leverage Index 1.027
167 High Leverage Situations 191
137 Medium Leverage Situations 143
188 Low Leverage Situations 211
201 Times Entered With Lead 299
88 Times Entered in Tie 88
219 Times Entered When Behind 167
128 Inherited Runners 117
380 Times Entered With Bases Empty 437
104 Multiple Inning Appearances 93

Team Fielding

New York Mets Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.695 Defensive Efficiency .710
5,216 Defensive Chances 5,550
3,889 Putouts 4,091
1,237 Assists 1,384
90 Errors 75
114 Double Plays 114
.983 Fielding Percentage .986

In relation to assists, the Mets have a total of 1,237 so far this season, while the Giants have recorded 1,384. On the season, New York is a lesser team in terms of defending, riding a fielding percentage of .983. Having earned 90, New York has accumulated more errors than San Francisco so far this season. The New York Mets have accounted for less putouts that the San Francisco Giants for the year with a total of 3,889.