It will be at Kauffman Stadium on Sunday when the Kansas City Royals (7-10) take on the New York Yankees (13-6) in a game.
For each game, the New York Yankees score 4.5 runs, which is ninth in the league. They’ve scored 85 runs and have a.320 on-base percentage, which means they’re getting on base a lot. At the Yankees, the team has made 29 double plays and 25 home runs. This season, they have 79 runs scored and 154 hits, with a team batting average of.246, and so far this year, they’ve had 154 hits. As of this writing, they are at 415, and they have struck out 167 times while walking only 63 times.
In addition to 30 appearances in high-stakes situations, Yankees pitchers have come into the game with opponents on base 29 times this season. This season, the bullpen has 18 holds (3rd in the league). Their bullpen has a save percentage of 70.0 percent this season. They’ve been in 29 save situations so far. They’ve made seven saves so far this season, but only three of their ten chances to make a save have worked out. So far this season, bullpen pitchers have given up 46 base runners, and 21.7 percent of them have made it to base. We’ve seen 75 of them pitch this season.
They had 518 putouts and 181 assists at this point in the season for the New York Yankees. The Yankees only made four mistakes. Now, they have a fielding percentage of.994 that puts them at the top of professional baseball, and they have 11 double plays. It took the Yankees 1,554 innings to get 71.7 percent of balls in play to get outs, which puts them 10th in the league and puts them in 10th place.
With 3.35 runs scored per game for the Royals this season, the team has a slugging percentage of 311. (24th in MLB). They’ve hit 19 two-baggers, walked 55 times, and scored 57 runs in the last two games. It has 11 home runs and 53 RBIs so far this season. Their record is 30th in baseball. They have been rung up 126 times and have 115 base hits. They have an on-base percentage of.283 and a batting average of.206 this season.
The Royals have a team WHIP of 1.333 and a FIP of 3.67 so far this season. Figure out how many times a player has been hit and how many times they have been walks. More than 131 strikeouts and less than 56 bases on balls. 148 hits have been given up by their pitchers, which puts them 19th in the MLB. They have given up 13 home runs and 4.47 runs per nine innings so far this season (21st in the league). They have given up 76 runs this season, with a team ERA of 4.29. (73 earned runs were given up).
The relief pitchers in Kansas City have a 34.3 percent chance of getting the runners they take in to score. During the game, their relievers have come into the game 35 times in high-stakes situations and 27 times with runners on base. The Royals have 8 holds and 3 saves that didn’t work out out of 15 chances to make them. They have used 69 bullpen pitchers this season, which is 24th in baseball. They have a save rate of 57.1 percent, which is 24th best in the league. Kansas City’s bullpen pitchers have seven chances to save the game and have already made four saves.
There have been 19 double plays this season for the Kansas City Royals. They have a fielding percentage of 994.4. (3rd in the majors). They have 159 assists, four errors, and 459 putouts over the course of the whole season. They have a defensive efficiency rate of 68.9 percent over 1,377 innings on the field, which is the best rate of any team (24th in MLB).
Pick: Take Kansas City