New York Mets vs St. Louis Cardinals Stats

Team Offense

New York Mets Team Offense St. Louis Cardinals
147 Games Played 145
5,324 Plate Appearances 5,388
4,727 At-Bats 4,810
583 Runs Scored 609
1,130 Hits 1,159
205 Doubles 231
13 Triples 20
163 Home Runs 167
552 Runs Batted In 588
48 Stolen Bases 76
24 Caught Stealing 21
456 Walks 433
1,253 Strikeouts 1,200
.239 Batting Average .241
.316 On-Base Percentage .312
.391 Slugging Percentage .401
0.708 OPS 0.713
95 OPS+ 98
1,850 Total Bases 1,931
109 Grounded Into Double Play 86
982 Left on Base 979

The have recorded the same amount of runs as the so far this year having a total of 0. Having racked up 1,130, the Mets don’t have as many base hits as the Cardinals this season. On the season, the Mets aren’t quite as good of an offense, with 4.0 runs per outing. With respect to strikeouts, St. Louis has a total of 1,200 on the season, and New York has 1,253. The Mets have accumulated a team batting average of .239 and the Cardinals hold an average of .241. When comparing offenses, New York has put together a team on-base percentage of .316 and St. Louis is looking at .312.

Team Pitching

New York Mets Team Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
4.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
72 Wins 76
75 Losses 69
.490 Win-Loss Percentage .524
3.86 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.0
2 Complete Games 3
8 Team Shutouts 15
1 Complete Game Shutouts 1
38 Saves 42
1,253 Innings Pitched 1,270
1,112 Hits Allowed 1,107
601 Runs Allowed 614
537 Earned Runs Allowed 569
171 Home Runs Allowed 136
423 Walks Allowed 554
21 Intentional Walks Allowed 29
1,325 Strikeouts 1,097
63 Balks 82
51 Wild Pitches 62
5,252 Batters Faced 5,441
1 Balks 4
104 ERA+ 96
3.98 FIP 4.33
1.225 WHIP 1.308
8.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.0 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
9.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.8
3.1 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.0
891 Left on Base 1,017

Concerning base runners inherited, the Mets have tallied 180 on the season, while the Cardinals have a total of 255. On the campaign, St. Louis has the more dominant bullpen when discussing save rate sitting at 69%. Having racked up 70, the New York Mets are sitting with less holds as the St. Louis Cardinals over the course of the season. New York has less saves than St. Louis for the season having racked up 38. In regard to pitching, New York owns a WHIP of 1.225 and St. Louis sits at 1.308. The Cardinals have the more dominant pitching staff in reference to allowing homeruns with 136. With regard to team strikeouts, the Mets have a total of 1,325 over the course of the season while the Cardinals have accounted for 1,097. For the year, New York has the more effective pitching staff, having a team ERA of 3.86. Having 1,112, the Mets have given up more hits than the Cardinals for the season. The New York Mets have allowed less runs per game than the St. Louis Cardinals on the season, averaging 4.09.

Team Bullpen

New York Mets Team Relief Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
488 Games in Relief 498
145 Games Finished 142
43 Wins in Relief 28
27 Losses in Relief 24
66 Save Opportunities 61
38 Saves 42
28 Blown Saves 19
58.0% Save Percentage 69.0%
138 Save Situations 154
70 Holds 91
180 Inherited Runners 255
57 Inherited Runners Scored 93
32.0% Inherited Score Percentage 36.0%
1.043 Average Leverage Index 1.007
164 High Leverage Situations 142
129 Medium Leverage Situations 128
180 Low Leverage Situations 213
200 Times Entered With Lead 241
85 Times Entered in Tie 52
203 Times Entered When Behind 205
123 Inherited Runners 153
365 Times Entered With Bases Empty 345
101 Multiple Inning Appearances 141

Team Fielding

New York Mets Team Fielding St. Louis Cardinals
.696 Defensive Efficiency .713
5,043 Defensive Chances 5,242
3,760 Putouts 3,810
1,197 Assists 1,351
86 Errors 81
110 Double Plays 118
.983 Fielding Percentage .985

With respect to assisting a teammate, the Mets have earned a total of 1,197 so far this season, and the Cardinals have accumulated 1,351. For the year, New York hasn’t been the better group of defenders, sitting with a fielding percentage of .983. Having 86, New York has more errors than St. Louis on the season. The New York Mets have accounted for less putouts that the St. Louis Cardinals for the season with 3,760.