San Francisco Giants vs Tampa Bay Rays Stats

Team Offense

San Francisco Giants Team Offense Tampa Bay Rays
148 Games Played 148
5,662 Plate Appearances 5,687
4,996 At-Bats 5,050
734 Runs Scored 793
1,241 Hits 1,214
249 Doubles 261
25 Triples 30
227 Home Runs 206
700 Runs Batted In 748
61 Stolen Bases 78
13 Caught Stealing 35
556 Walks 529
1,354 Strikeouts 1,423
.248 Batting Average .240
.329 On-Base Percentage .318
.445 Slugging Percentage .426
0.773 OPS 0.744
107 OPS+ 111
2,221 Total Bases 2,153
110 Grounded Into Double Play 62
1,012 Left on Base 957

When distinguishing between these two teams, San Francisco has amassed an on-base percentage of .329 while Tampa Bay is looking at .318. The Giants have a batting average of .248 and the Rays hold an average of .240. When it comes to strikeouts, Tampa Bay has earned 1,423 so far this season, and San Francisco has 1,354. This season, the Giants aren’t knocking in as many runs, earning 5.0 runs per game. With a total of 1,241, the Giants have more hits than the Rays over the course of the season. The currently hold the same number of runs as the on the campaign having accumulated 0.

Team Pitching

San Francisco Giants Team Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
3.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.2
96 Wins 92
52 Losses 56
.649 Win-Loss Percentage .622
3.29 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.8
2 Complete Games 1
15 Team Shutouts 11
2 Complete Game Shutouts 0
51 Saves 39
1,327 Innings Pitched 1,332
1,125 Hits Allowed 1,182
552 Runs Allowed 618
486 Earned Runs Allowed 560
140 Home Runs Allowed 170
387 Walks Allowed 406
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 26
1,293 Strikeouts 1,361
57 Balks 50
43 Wild Pitches 58
5,468 Batters Faced 5,514
6 Balks 6
126 ERA+ 104
3.59 FIP 3.81
1.139 WHIP 1.192
7.6 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.0
0.9 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.1
2.6 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.7
8.8 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 9.2
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.4
933 Left on Base 900

The San Francisco Giants have given up less runs per game than the Tampa Bay Rays so far this year, with an average of 3.73. With 1,125, the Giants haven’t given up as many base hits as the Rays over the course of the season. For the season, San Francisco is the more superior group of pitchers, holding a team earned run average of 3.29. Regarding striking out their opponent, the Giants have accrued a total of 1,293 this year while the Rays have accumulated 1,361. The Giants are the better of these two pitching staffs with respect to giving up homeruns with 140. Concerning team pitching stats, San Francisco has a WHIP of 1.139 and Tampa Bay is at 1.192. San Francisco is sitting with more saves than Tampa Bay on the season having racked up 51. Having earned 102, the San Francisco Giants have compiled more holds than the Tampa Bay Rays so far this year. Over the course of the season, FALSE is the more superior bullpen in reference to save rate sitting at FALSE. With respect to inherited runners, the Giants have accumulated 161 on the year, while the Rays have 148.

Team Bullpen

San Francisco Giants Team Relief Pitching Tampa Bay Rays
533 Games in Relief 480
146 Games Finished 147
40 Wins in Relief 54
20 Losses in Relief 28
77 Save Opportunities 59
51 Saves 39
26 Blown Saves 20
66.0% Save Percentage 66.0%
182 Save Situations 143
102 Holds 81
161 Inherited Runners 148
57 Inherited Runners Scored 43
35.0% Inherited Score Percentage 29.0%
1.024 Average Leverage Index 1.005
184 High Leverage Situations 168
137 Medium Leverage Situations 129
203 Low Leverage Situations 171
287 Times Entered With Lead 254
84 Times Entered in Tie 103
162 Times Entered When Behind 123
112 Inherited Runners 116
421 Times Entered With Bases Empty 364
91 Multiple Inning Appearances 179

Team Fielding

San Francisco Giants Team Fielding Tampa Bay Rays
.711 Defensive Efficiency .699
5,398 Defensive Chances 5,325
3,983 Putouts 3,996
1,341 Assists 1,253
74 Errors 76
108 Double Plays 123
.986 Fielding Percentage .986

The San Francisco Giants have earned less putouts than the Tampa Bay Rays so far this year with a total of 3,983. Having earned 74, San Francisco hasn’t accrued as many errors as Tampa Bay so far this year. Over the course of the season, San Francisco is the same in terms of defending rates, riding a fielding percentage of .986. Concerning assists, the Giants have earned a total of 1,341 on the year, while the Rays have amassed 1,253.