Pittsburgh Pirates vs St. Louis Cardinals Stats

Team Offense

Pittsburgh Pirates Team Offense St. Louis Cardinals
155 Games Played 156
5,726 Plate Appearances 5,797
5,106 At-Bats 5,172
578 Runs Scored 685
1,197 Hits 1,261
232 Doubles 254
29 Triples 21
121 Home Runs 189
541 Runs Batted In 659
58 Stolen Bases 85
28 Caught Stealing 21
506 Walks 461
1,267 Strikeouts 1,299
.234 Batting Average .244
.307 On-Base Percentage .313
.362 Slugging Percentage .411
0.670 OPS 0.724
82 OPS+ 101
1,850 Total Bases 2,124
91 Grounded Into Double Play 94
1,070 Left on Base 1,036

When looking at the offenses, Pittsburgh has an on-base percentage of .307 and St. Louis holds strong at .313. The Pirates are sitting with a collective batting average of .234 and the Cardinals have accrued an average of .244. In regard to striking out at the plate, St. Louis has amassed 1,299 this season, and Pittsburgh has 1,267. For the year, the Pirates aren’t quite as good of an offense, holding an average of 3.7 runs per game. Having 1,197, the Pirates don’t have as many hits as the Cardinals on the campaign. The are tied in runs with the this season having a total of 0.

Team Pitching

Pittsburgh Pirates Team Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
5.1 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
58 Wins 87
97 Losses 69
.374 Win-Loss Percentage .558
5.05 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.0
0 Complete Games 3
6 Team Shutouts 15
0 Complete Game Shutouts 1
23 Saves 49
1,334 Innings Pitched 1,365
1,323 Hits Allowed 1,184
788 Runs Allowed 651
749 Earned Runs Allowed 605
202 Home Runs Allowed 145
578 Walks Allowed 588
25 Intentional Walks Allowed 30
1,253 Strikeouts 1,173
74 Balks 84
53 Wild Pitches 63
5,851 Batters Faced 5,828
5 Balks 4
84 ERA+ 97
4.72 FIP 4.30
1.425 WHIP 1.298
8.9 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 7.8
1.4 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
3.9 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.9
8.5 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.7
2.2 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.0
1,060 Left on Base 1,082

The Pittsburgh Pirates have given up more runs per contest than the St. Louis Cardinals so far this season, having earned an average of 5.08. With 1,323, the Pirates have given up more hits than the Cardinals over the course of the season. For the season, St. Louis has the more effective pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.99. Regarding getting strikeouts, the Pirates have a total of 1,253 so far this season and the Cardinals have recorded 1,173. The Cardinals have a more effective pitching staff with respect to giving up homeruns with 145. When discussing pitching statistics, Pittsburgh holds a WHIP of 1.425 and St. Louis sits at 1.298. Pittsburgh has less saves than St. Louis on the campaign with a total of 23. With 71, the Pittsburgh Pirates have accounted for less holds than the St. Louis Cardinals so far this season. This season, St. Louis has the more dominant bullpen pertaining to save percentage coming in at 72%. In terms of runners inherited, the Pirates have accounted for 192 this year, while the Cardinals have a total of 268.

Team Bullpen

Pittsburgh Pirates Team Relief Pitching St. Louis Cardinals
551 Games in Relief 537
155 Games Finished 153
30 Wins in Relief 35
26 Losses in Relief 24
45 Save Opportunities 68
23 Saves 49
22 Blown Saves 19
51.0% Save Percentage 72.0%
119 Save Situations 173
71 Holds 103
192 Inherited Runners 268
65 Inherited Runners Scored 100
34.0% Inherited Score Percentage 37.0%
.908 Average Leverage Index 1.012
126 High Leverage Situations 157
146 Medium Leverage Situations 139
260 Low Leverage Situations 226
185 Times Entered With Lead 272
62 Times Entered in Tie 54
304 Times Entered When Behind 211
115 Inherited Runners 162
436 Times Entered With Bases Empty 375
132 Multiple Inning Appearances 151

Team Fielding

Pittsburgh Pirates Team Fielding St. Louis Cardinals
.689 Defensive Efficiency .715
5,391 Defensive Chances 5,630
4,003 Putouts 4,095
1,321 Assists 1,452
67 Errors 83
132 Double Plays 129
.988 Fielding Percentage .985

Pertaining to assists, the Pirates have earned a total of 1,321 for the season, and the Cardinals have amassed 1,452. For the year, Pittsburgh is the more superior defense, having a fielding percentage of .988. Having 67, Pittsburgh hasn’t recorded as many errors as St. Louis so far this season. The Pittsburgh Pirates are sitting with less putouts than the St. Louis Cardinals on the campaign having a total of 4,003.