On Monday, the Arizona Diamondbacks (14-14) take on the Miami Marlins (13-14) at Chase Field.
The Marlins have blasted 24 home runs and have accounted for 41 doubles as a team. Miami has a.374 slugging percentage, having been rung up 243 times and walked 95 times. The Miami Marlins are averaging 4.0 runs per game, which ranks them 16th in MLB. They have 104 runs batted in and 210 hits so far this season, with a club batting average of.233. They have a team OBP of.316 and have scored a total of 109 runs.
The Marlins bullpen has entered the game with runners on base 23 times and has also pitched in high-leverage situations 23 times. So far this season, relief pitchers have a total of 16 holds (13th in MLB). The Marlins relief pitchers have an 81.8 percent save percentage and have appeared in 28 save situations. They have 9 saves on the season and have blown 2 of 11 game-saving opportunities. Over the course of the season, the relievers have inherited 34 base runners, with 32.4 percent of them reaching home plate. So far this season, the Marlins have sent 97 relievers to the mound.
In their 2,142 innings, the Marlins have converted 71.3 percent of balls hit into play into outs, which ranks them 11th in MLB. Over the course of the season, the Miami Marlins have recorded 714 putouts, 246 assists, and 15 mistakes. They have a.985 fielding percentage, which ranks them 18th in MLB, and they have 25 double plays.
This season, the Arizona Diamondbacks have a team OBP of.283 and a team batting average of.191. They’ve been called out on strikes 256 times (5th in the league) and have 171 hits to their credit. Arizona has hit 31 home homers and driven in 91 runs this season. The Diamondbacks have a.346 slugging percentage and average 3.43 runs per game (25th in the league). They have 39 doubles to go along with 107 free base hits and 96 runs scored.
So far this season, the Diamondbacks have a WHIP of 1.234 and a FIP of 3.91 as a club. Their strikeout to walk ratio is 2.03 percent (185 strikeouts vs 91 bases on balls). They are currently ranked 23rd in MLB in total hits allowed with 215. They’ve surrendered 20 home runs and 4.06 runs per nine innings (13th in baseball). This season, Arizona’s pitching staff has given up 112 runs and has a collective ERA of 3.45. (95 earned runs allowed).
With 35 save opportunities, the Diamondbacks have 20 holds and five failed saves. In 15 save opportunities, Arizona has called on relievers to pitch, and they have earned 10 saves. Their relievers have entered the game 42 times in high-leverage situations and 29 times with runners on base. Arizona relievers have a 31.0 percent inherited scoring percentage of 42 inherited runners. They are now ranked 22nd in MLB with a save percentage of 66.7 percent, and they have used 105 relievers so far this season.
The Diamondbacks have turned 25 double plays and have a.977 fielding percentage (28th in baseball). This season, the Diamondbacks have 234 assists, 23 errors, and 744 putouts. The Diamondbacks have a defensive efficiency of 71.4 percent in 2,232 innings on the field (10th in professional baseball).
Pick: Take Miami