Toronto Blue Jays vs Washington Nationals Stats

Team Offense

Toronto Blue Jays Team Offense Washington Nationals
32 Games Played 33
1,171 Plate Appearances 1,226
1,053 At-Bats 1,101
123 Runs Scored 136
250 Hits 278
56 Doubles 54
0 Triples 1
35 Home Runs 24
122 Runs Batted In 130
15 Stolen Bases 10
5 Caught Stealing 5
86 Walks 96
272 Strikeouts 244
.237 Batting Average .252
.301 On-Base Percentage .317
.390 Slugging Percentage .369
0.691 OPS 0.685
106 OPS+ 104
411 Total Bases 406
21 Grounded Into Double Play 35
208 Left on Base 211

When distinguishing between these two teams, Toronto has compiled an OBP of .301 while Washington is at .317. The Blue Jays hold a team batting average of .237 and the Nationals have an average of .252. When talking about striking out at the plate, Washington is sitting with 244 so far this year, and Toronto has 272. On the campaign, the Blue Jays aren’t quite as good of an offense, sporting an average of 3.8 runs per game. Having 250, the Blue Jays haven’t earned as many base knocks as the Nationals this year. The Toronto Blue Jays have earned less runs than the Washington Nationals on the campaign having earned a total of 123.

Team Pitching

Toronto Blue Jays Team Pitching Washington Nationals
4.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.0
17 Wins 11
15 Losses 22
.531 Win-Loss Percentage .333
3.96 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.8
0 Complete Games 1
2 Team Shutouts 1
0 Complete Game Shutouts 0
13 Saves 3
281 Innings Pitched 288
261 Hits Allowed 285
136 Runs Allowed 166
124 Earned Runs Allowed 153
30 Home Runs Allowed 30
87 Walks Allowed 132
0 Intentional Walks Allowed 3
258 Strikeouts 268
9 Balks 19
7 Wild Pitches 16
1,184 Batters Faced 1,277
1 Balks 1
93 ERA+ 81
3.69 FIP 4.18
1.236 WHIP 1.445
8.3 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.9
1.0 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
2.8 Walks Per 9 Innings 4.1
8.2 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.4
3.0 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.0
205 Left on Base 245

When discussing base runners inherited, the Blue Jays have tallied 49 for the year, while the Nationals have 76. This season, Toronto has the better bullpen in regard to save percentage coming in at 62%. Holding a total of 24, the Toronto Blue Jays have amassed more holds than the Washington Nationals so far this season. Toronto has more saves than Washington so far this year having earned a total of 13. In terms of pitching stats, Toronto has a WHIP of 1.236 and Washington is at 1.445. The FALSE have more dominant pitchers when talking about surrendering homeruns with FALSE. When it comes to getting strikeouts, the Blue Jays have notched a total of 258 so far this year and the Nationals have accounted for 268. On the campaign, Toronto has the more effective pitching staff, holding a team earned run average of 3.96. Having earned 261, the Blue Jays haven’t surrendered as many base knocks as the Nationals so far this season. The Toronto Blue Jays have allowed less runs per game than the Washington Nationals over the course of the season, with an average of 4.25.

Team Bullpen

Toronto Blue Jays Team Relief Pitching Washington Nationals
121 Games in Relief 130
32 Games Finished 32
7 Wins in Relief 1
10 Losses in Relief 3
21 Save Opportunities 6
13 Saves 3
8 Blown Saves 3
62.0% Save Percentage 50.0%
46 Save Situations 19
24 Holds 13
49 Inherited Runners 76
18 Inherited Runners Scored 28
37.0% Inherited Score Percentage 37.0%
1.133 Average Leverage Index .843
52 High Leverage Situations 21
35 Medium Leverage Situations 24
34 Low Leverage Situations 79
54 Times Entered With Lead 42
25 Times Entered in Tie 3
42 Times Entered When Behind 85
31 Inherited Runners 40
90 Times Entered With Bases Empty 90
29 Multiple Inning Appearances 24

Team Fielding

Toronto Blue Jays Team Fielding Washington Nationals
.701 Defensive Efficiency .673
1,132 Defensive Chances 1,190
845 Putouts 866
274 Assists 298
13 Errors 26
18 Double Plays 21
.989 Fielding Percentage .978

When discussing assisting a teammate, the Blue Jays are sitting with 274 this year, while the Nationals have amassed 298. On the season, Toronto has the better defense, having a fielding percentage of .989. With a total of 13, Toronto hasn’t notched as many errors as Washington so far this year. The Toronto Blue Jays are sitting with less putouts than the Washington Nationals for the season with 845.