San Francisco Giants vs Texas Rangers Stats

Team Offense

San Francisco Giants Team Offense Texas Rangers
146 Games Played 145
5,576 Plate Appearances 5,329
4,922 At-Bats 4,841
724 Runs Scored 569
1,220 Hits 1,117
242 Doubles 203
25 Triples 21
222 Home Runs 155
692 Runs Batted In 543
61 Stolen Bases 89
12 Caught Stealing 25
546 Walks 388
1,331 Strikeouts 1,244
.248 Batting Average .231
.328 On-Base Percentage .294
.443 Slugging Percentage .377
0.771 OPS 0.671
107 OPS+ 85
2,178 Total Bases 1,827
109 Grounded Into Double Play 100
995 Left on Base 871

When looking at the offenses, San Francisco is sitting with an OBP of .328 and Texas is looking at .294. The Giants are sitting with a batting average of .248 and the Rangers hold an average of .231. Concerning strikeouts, Texas has 1,244 this year, and San Francisco has 1,331. On the year, the Giants have the more potent offense, sporting an average of 5.0 runs per game. Having 1,220, the Giants have recorded more base knocks than the Rangers for the season. The have compiled the same amount of runs as the on the year having earned a total of 0.

Team Pitching

San Francisco Giants Team Pitching Texas Rangers
3.7 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
95 Wins 54
51 Losses 91
.651 Win-Loss Percentage .372
3.26 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.7
2 Complete Games 0
15 Team Shutouts 3
2 Complete Game Shutouts 0
51 Saves 26
1,307 Innings Pitched 1,276
1,102 Hits Allowed 1,260
540 Runs Allowed 722
474 Earned Runs Allowed 669
138 Home Runs Allowed 213
384 Walks Allowed 446
17 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
1,275 Strikeouts 1,106
57 Balks 53
43 Wild Pitches 60
5,384 Batters Faced 5,459
6 Balks 0
126 ERA+ 93
3.60 FIP 4.78
1.136 WHIP 1.337
7.6 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
0.9 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.5
2.6 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.1
8.8 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 7.8
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.5
921 Left on Base 908

The San Francisco Giants have given up less runs per game than the Texas Rangers over the course of the season, averaging 3.70. Having 1,102, the Giants haven’t conceded as many base hits as the Rangers for the season. On the campaign, San Francisco has the more effective pitching staff, with a team ERA of 3.26. In relation to team strikeouts, the Giants have compiled a total of 1,275 on the year while the Rangers have recorded 1,106. The Giants have the more superior group of pitchers in the matter of surrendering homeruns with 138. Regarding team pitching statistics, San Francisco has earned a WHIP of 1.136 and Texas is at 1.337. San Francisco has accrued more saves than Texas on the year with 51. With a total of 101, the San Francisco Giants have notched more holds than the Texas Rangers on the year. For the year, San Francisco is the more superior bullpen in regard to save % sitting at 67%. When talking about runners inherited, the Giants have notched a total of 159 so far this year, and the Rangers are sitting with 200.

Team Bullpen

San Francisco Giants Team Relief Pitching Texas Rangers
525 Games in Relief 449
144 Games Finished 145
39 Wins in Relief 23
20 Losses in Relief 30
76 Save Opportunities 45
51 Saves 26
25 Blown Saves 19
67.0% Save Percentage 58.0%
180 Save Situations 105
101 Holds 58
159 Inherited Runners 200
57 Inherited Runners Scored 67
36.0% Inherited Score Percentage 34.0%
1.022 Average Leverage Index .921
181 High Leverage Situations 122
137 Medium Leverage Situations 101
198 Low Leverage Situations 205
285 Times Entered With Lead 162
82 Times Entered in Tie 56
158 Times Entered When Behind 231
109 Inherited Runners 130
416 Times Entered With Bases Empty 319
90 Multiple Inning Appearances 145

Team Fielding

San Francisco Giants Team Fielding Texas Rangers
.712 Defensive Efficiency .698
5,315 Defensive Chances 5,218
3,923 Putouts 3,829
1,318 Assists 1,312
74 Errors 77
107 Double Plays 129
.986 Fielding Percentage .985

With respect to assists, the Giants have a total of 1,318 over the course of the season, and the Rangers have accumulated 1,312. This season, San Francisco is the better of these two defenses, sitting with a fielding percentage of .986. With a total of 74, San Francisco is sitting with less errors as Texas this year. The San Francisco Giants have recorded more putouts than the Texas Rangers over the course of the season having a total of 3,923.