Now that the season’s “first-half” is behind us, let’s take a look at how the Reds stacked up, statistically, with their National League brethren…

53-42, .558
3rd place in NL Central, 5.0 games behind division leader St. Louis

Currently hold the second wild-card spot in the National League


413 runs, 4th
810 hits, 8th
169 doubles, 5th
11 triples, T14th
92 home runs, 4th
396 RBI, 3rd
338 walks, 1st
43 intentional walks, 1st
737 strikeouts, 5th
.250 batting average, 8th
.327 on-base pct., 2nd
.395 slugging pct., 7th
14,217 pitches faced, 1st
3.84 pitches per plate app., 6th
33 sac-flies, 1st
48 sac-hits, 1st
49 hit-by-pitch, T1st
76 grounded into DP, 7th
272 extra base-hits, 4th
538 singles, 8th
96 go-ahead RBI, 3rd
51 game-winning RBI, 4th
28 stolen bases, 14th
51 stolen base attempts, 13th
1,277 total bases, 8th
711 left on base, 1st
1,197 times on base, 1st
.722 OPS (on-base plus slugging), 4th
.294 batting avg on balls in play, 9th
53.4% of pitches taken, 9th
18.2% pitches put in play, 12th
38.9% swings put in play, 12th
.248 batting avg w/ runners on base, 10th
.252 batting avg w/ runners in scoring position, 5th
.194 batting avg w/ runners in scoring position & 2 outs, 14th
.318 batting avg w/ bases loaded, 4th
.274 batting avg as left-handed batter, 2nd
.367 on-base pct as left-handed batter, 1st
.442 slugging pct as left-handed batter, 2nd
.229 batting avg as right-handed batter, 15th
.289 on-base pct as right-handed batter, 14th
.352 slugging pct as right-handed batter, 14th


53 wins, 4th
25 saves, T6th
35 save opps, T7th
10 shutouts, T2nd
861.2 innings pitched, 3rd
755 hits, 14th
350 runs, 12th
94 home runs, 4th
261 walks, 12th
780 strikeouts, 1st
3.43 ERA, 4th
.235 opponents batting avg, 2nd (lowest)
1.18 walks + hits per 9ip, 1st (lowest)
22 inherited runners scored, 13th

Starting pitching
3.40 ERA, 3rd
592.1 innings pitched, 2nd
239 runs, 13th
.242 opponents avg, 3rd (lowest)
15.3 pitches per inning, 1st (lowest)

Relief pitching
216 hits, 14th
111 runs, 11th
283 strikeouts, 3rd
3.48 ERA, 7th
.218 opponents avg, 3rd (lowest)

1 Comment

Two things that jump out at me:
– We have some really good left-handed batters
– We have some right-handed batters that are truly struggling.

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