Tampa Bay Rays vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Tampa Bay Rays Team Offense Washington Nationals
146 Games Played 146
5,607 Plate Appearances 5,463
4,986 At-Bats 4,823
781 Runs Scored 653
1,198 Hits 1,245
260 Doubles 237
30 Triples 20
203 Home Runs 167
736 Runs Batted In 619
77 Stolen Bases 53
35 Caught Stealing 25
517 Walks 493
1,409 Strikeouts 1,168
.240 Batting Average .258
.318 On-Base Percentage .335
.427 Slugging Percentage .419
0.744 OPS 0.754
110 OPS+ 106
2,127 Total Bases 2,023
61 Grounded Into Double Play 141
940 Left on Base 1,027

When comparing teams, Tampa Bay is sitting with an OBP of .318 while Washington is looking at .335. The Rays are sitting with a team batting average of .240 and the Nationals have accrued an average of .258. Concerning strikeouts, Washington has a total of 1,168 for the season, and Tampa Bay has 1,409. So far this season, the Rays have the better offense, having 5.3 runs per outing. Having earned 1,198, the Rays haven’t accrued as many hits as the Nationals on the year. The have earned the same amount of runs as the this year with 0.

Team Pitching

Tampa Bay Rays Team Pitching Washington Nationals
4.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
90 Wins 60
56 Losses 86
.616 Win-Loss Percentage .411
3.80 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.7
1 Complete Games 1
11 Team Shutouts 7
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
39 Saves 32
1,313 Innings Pitched 1,253
1,169 Hits Allowed 1,214
612 Runs Allowed 732
554 Earned Runs Allowed 660
167 Home Runs Allowed 220
403 Walks Allowed 471
26 Intentional Walks Allowed 42
1,347 Strikeouts 1,208
50 Balks 65
57 Wild Pitches 36
5,444 Batters Faced 5,429
6 Balks 1
104 ERA+ 85
3.80 FIP 4.80
1.197 WHIP 1.345
8.0 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.6
2.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.4
9.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.7
3.3 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.6
893 Left on Base 938

The Tampa Bay Rays have surrendered less runs per game than the Washington Nationals for the year, with a rate of 4.19. Having earned 1,169, the Rays haven’t surrendered as many base knocks as the Nationals on the campaign. For the season, Tampa Bay is the better of these two pitching staffs, having a team ERA of 3.80. Pertaining to striking out their opponent, the Rays have accrued a total of 1,347 for the year while the Nationals are sitting with 1,208. The Rays have more dominant pitchers when it comes to surrendering homeruns with 167. Concerning team pitching statistics, Tampa Bay owns a WHIP of 1.197 and Washington is at 1.345. Tampa Bay has recorded more saves than Washington for the season with 39. Having 80, the Tampa Bay Rays have less holds than the Washington Nationals so far this year. For the year, Tampa Bay has the more effective bullpen when discussing save percentage sitting at 66%. When talking about inherited base runners, the Rays have accounted for 148 on the season, while the Nationals have a total of 188.

Team Bullpen

Tampa Bay Rays Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
471 Games in Relief 501
145 Games Finished 145
52 Wins in Relief 23
28 Losses in Relief 35
59 Save Opportunities 62
39 Saves 32
20 Blown Saves 30
66.0% Save Percentage 52.0%
142 Save Situations 148
80 Holds 84
148 Inherited Runners 188
43 Inherited Runners Scored 74
29.0% Inherited Score Percentage 39.0%
1.007 Average Leverage Index .994
167 High Leverage Situations 154
127 Medium Leverage Situations 118
165 Low Leverage Situations 214
249 Times Entered With Lead 214
102 Times Entered in Tie 65
120 Times Entered When Behind 222
115 Inherited Runners 127
356 Times Entered With Bases Empty 374
178 Multiple Inning Appearances 105

Team Fielding

Tampa Bay Rays Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.698 Defensive Efficiency .696
5,243 Defensive Chances 5,078
3,939 Putouts 3,760
1,230 Assists 1,230
74 Errors 88
120 Double Plays 104
.986 Fielding Percentage .983

The Tampa Bay Rays have tallied more putouts than the Washington Nationals for the year having a total of 3,939. With 74, Tampa Bay hasn’t notched as many errors as Washington on the season. This year, Tampa Bay has the more effective defense, with a fielding percentage of .986. When it comes to assisting a teammate, the Rays have a total of 1,230 for the season, while the Nationals have recorded 1,230.