New York Yankees vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

New York Yankees Team Offense San Francisco Giants
147 Games Played 147
5,515 Plate Appearances 5,616
4,840 At-Bats 4,959
638 Runs Scored 728
1,144 Hits 1,232
192 Doubles 245
11 Triples 25
196 Home Runs 223
597 Runs Batted In 694
60 Stolen Bases 61
14 Caught Stealing 12
577 Walks 548
1,348 Strikeouts 1,341
.236 Batting Average .248
.323 On-Base Percentage .329
.402 Slugging Percentage .443
0.725 OPS 0.771
99 OPS+ 106
1,946 Total Bases 2,196
138 Grounded Into Double Play 110
992 Left on Base 1,004

When distinguishing between these two teams, New York has compiled an OBP of .323 while San Francisco is looking at .329. The Yankees have earned a team batting average of .236 and the Giants have accrued an average of .248. When discussing strikeouts, San Francisco has tallied 1,341 for the season, and New York has 1,348. On the campaign, the Yankees aren’t knocking in as many runs, earning 4.3 runs per outing. With a total of 1,144, the Yankees haven’t accrued as many hits as the Giants so far this season. The are sitting with the same amount of runs as the this year with a total of 0.

Team Pitching

New York Yankees Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
4.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 3.7
82 Wins 95
65 Losses 52
.558 Win-Loss Percentage .646
3.73 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.3
3 Complete Games 2
11 Team Shutouts 15
2 Complete Game Shutouts 2
44 Saves 51
1,301 Innings Pitched 1,316
1,109 Hits Allowed 1,116
605 Runs Allowed 547
540 Earned Runs Allowed 481
177 Home Runs Allowed 139
455 Walks Allowed 387
10 Intentional Walks Allowed 17
1,419 Strikeouts 1,283
49 Balks 57
78 Wild Pitches 43
5,430 Batters Faced 5,426
8 Balks 6
116 ERA+ 127
3.92 FIP 3.60
1.202 WHIP 1.142
7.7 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.6
1.2 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.1 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.6
9.8 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.8
3.1 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.3
921 Left on Base 929

In the matter of inherited base runners, the Yankees have accounted for 197 on the season, while the Giants have 161. This season, San Francisco has more dominant pitchers when it comes to save percentage sitting at 67%. Having earned 75, the New York Yankees have compiled less holds than the San Francisco Giants this season. New York has less saves than San Francisco over the course of the season with a total of 44. When discussing pitching statistics, New York has earned a WHIP of 1.202 and San Francisco is at 1.142. The Giants have the better pitching staff in regard to surrendering homeruns having 139. In the matter of striking out their opponent, the Yankees have a total of 1,419 so far this year while the Giants have accounted for 1,283. For the season, San Francisco has the more dominant pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.29. Holding a total of 1,109, the Yankees haven’t conceded as many base hits as the Giants so far this season. The New York Yankees have allowed more runs per game than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season, holding an average of 4.12.

Team Bullpen

New York Yankees Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
460 Games in Relief 529
144 Games Finished 145
41 Wins in Relief 39
29 Losses in Relief 20
69 Save Opportunities 76
44 Saves 51
25 Blown Saves 25
64.0% Save Percentage 67.0%
149 Save Situations 180
75 Holds 101
197 Inherited Runners 161
53 Inherited Runners Scored 57
27.0% Inherited Score Percentage 35.0%
1.084 Average Leverage Index 1.021
201 High Leverage Situations 181
109 Medium Leverage Situations 137
142 Low Leverage Situations 202
223 Times Entered With Lead 285
100 Times Entered in Tie 82
137 Times Entered When Behind 162
145 Inherited Runners 110
315 Times Entered With Bases Empty 419
154 Multiple Inning Appearances 91

Team Fielding

New York Yankees Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.702 Defensive Efficiency .711
5,193 Defensive Chances 5,351
3,904 Putouts 3,950
1,200 Assists 1,327
89 Errors 74
103 Double Plays 108
.983 Fielding Percentage .986

When it comes to assisting a teammate, the Yankees are sitting with 1,200 on the season, while the Giants have accumulated 1,327. For the year, New York hasn’t been as good a defense, with a fielding percentage of .983. With a total of 89, New York is sitting with more errors than San Francisco so far this year. The New York Yankees have tallied less putouts than the San Francisco Giants so far this year having earned a total of 3,904.