Philadelphia Phillies vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Philadelphia Phillies Team Offense Washington Nationals
147 Games Played 147
5,539 Plate Appearances 5,509
4,877 At-Bats 4,864
681 Runs Scored 661
1,178 Hits 1,259
239 Doubles 240
23 Triples 20
181 Home Runs 168
649 Runs Batted In 626
75 Stolen Bases 53
19 Caught Stealing 25
520 Walks 498
1,262 Strikeouts 1,172
.242 Batting Average .259
.320 On-Base Percentage .336
.411 Slugging Percentage .420
0.731 OPS 0.756
98 OPS+ 107
2,006 Total Bases 2,043
97 Grounded Into Double Play 141
993 Left on Base 1,038

The have the same amount of runs as the on the season having accumulated 0. Having earned 1,178, the Phillies haven’t accrued as many hits as the Nationals for the year. So far this year, the Phillies have the more dangerous offensive, holding an average of 4.6 runs/game. In reference to going down on strikes, Washington has tallied 1,172 so far this season, and Philadelphia has 1,262. The Phillies hold a batting average of .242 and the Nationals have an average of .259. In comparing these two teams, Philadelphia has recorded an OBP of .320 while Washington sits at .336.

Team Pitching

Philadelphia Phillies Team Pitching Washington Nationals
4.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
75 Wins 60
72 Losses 87
.510 Win-Loss Percentage .408
4.48 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
4 Complete Games 1
10 Team Shutouts 7
3 Complete Game Shutouts 0
33 Saves 32
1,288 Innings Pitched 1,262
1,218 Hits Allowed 1,222
692 Runs Allowed 741
642 Earned Runs Allowed 669
190 Home Runs Allowed 223
458 Walks Allowed 476
33 Intentional Walks Allowed 42
1,347 Strikeouts 1,215
68 Balks 65
46 Wild Pitches 37
5,521 Batters Faced 5,468
3 Balks 1
92 ERA+ 85
4.21 FIP 4.82
1.301 WHIP 1.345
8.5 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.3 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.6
3.2 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.4
9.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.7
2.9 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.6
963 Left on Base 941

The Philadelphia Phillies have given up less runs per game than the Washington Nationals this season, holding an average of 4.71. Holding a total of 1,218, the Phillies haven’t conceded as many hits as the Nationals on the season. This season, Philadelphia is the better of these two pitching staffs, riding a team earned run average of 4.48. When talking about striking out their opponent, the Phillies have a total of 1,347 this year and the Nationals have 1,215. The Phillies have a more effective pitching staff in reference to allowing the long ball with 190. With regard to pitching statistics, Philadelphia has a WHIP of 1.301 and Washington is at 1.345. Philadelphia has amassed more saves than Washington on the campaign with 33. Having 66, the Philadelphia Phillies haven’t recorded as many holds as the Washington Nationals for the season. For the season, Philadelphia is the more superior group of pitchers pertaining to save % sitting at 51%. With respect to inherited runners, the Phillies have notched a total of 213 this year, and the Nationals have 189.

Team Bullpen

Philadelphia Phillies Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
480 Games in Relief 505
143 Games Finished 146
39 Wins in Relief 23
27 Losses in Relief 36
65 Save Opportunities 64
33 Saves 32
32 Blown Saves 32
51.0% Save Percentage 50.0%
137 Save Situations 150
66 Holds 84
213 Inherited Runners 189
89 Inherited Runners Scored 75
42.0% Inherited Score Percentage 40.0%
1.027 Average Leverage Index .996
153 High Leverage Situations 156
112 Medium Leverage Situations 120
200 Low Leverage Situations 214
218 Times Entered With Lead 216
71 Times Entered in Tie 65
191 Times Entered When Behind 224
136 Inherited Runners 128
344 Times Entered With Bases Empty 377
137 Multiple Inning Appearances 105

Team Fielding

Philadelphia Phillies Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.685 Defensive Efficiency .697
5,260 Defensive Chances 5,111
3,866 Putouts 3,787
1,306 Assists 1,236
88 Errors 88
125 Double Plays 105
.983 Fielding Percentage .983

In reference to assists, the Phillies have 1,306 so far this year, while the Nationals have accumulated 1,236. This year, Philadelphia is the same in terms of defending rates, sitting with a fielding percentage of .983. With a total of 88, Philadelphia has recorded the same amount of errors as Washington so far this season. The Philadelphia Phillies have amassed more putouts than the Washington Nationals for the season with 3,866.