View Full Version : Reds stats through 130 games

08-30-2010, 09:18 AM
Reds go 6-4, including tough west coast trip. Reds are up 5 over Cards in NL Central, Reds record is 75-55, 11 games over .500 at home, 9 games over .500 on the road. Plus 87 run differential. Leake and Edmonds on DL, Smith down to AAA, Lecure, Valaika, and Francisco up. Reds with a number of injuries, most notably Phillips with hand injury, missed several games.

In the all important loss column in the NL, the order is SD 53, Atl/Cin 55, Phil 57, SF/Stl 59, Col 61. Reds with four fewer losses than Cards, although Cards have played two fewer games.

Offense - Main team numbers about the same as last time, OPS at .773 and SLG .436 (both slightly up), OBP at .337 (slightly down), BA at .272. All lead league except OBP trails the Braves.

Votto in the triple crown hunt, with .325 BA, 32 homers, 93 RBIs. Catchers with OPS of .807 for Hernandez and .792 for Hanigan. Bruce with 3 HR game OPS now at .795. Janish OPS dropped from .813 to .745. Heisey from .894 to .819. Rolen drop in OPS from .909 to .886.

Pitching - Reds allowed 38 runs in three game series at SF, which inflated overall pitching stats. Team ERA now 4.12, previously 3.94. Starters ERA jumped from 4.00 to 4.10. Bullpen jumped from 3.84 to 4.18. Reds team ERA now 10th in NL.

Some pitchers' ERAs now a bit higher are Rhodes at 2.19, Wood at 3.53, Leake at 4.23, Ondrusek at 4.53, Bray at 4.58, Volquez at 6.17. Masset and Cordero have been very solid with, respectively, 3.43 and 3.64 ERAs. Coco, apparently back to form, now with 35 saves in 41 opportunities. Volquez dropped from rotation after some poor starts, now in the pen.

Fielding - Reds with 52 errors, fewest in the NL, .989 FPCT. Reds trail only SD in team DER according to MLB.com stats.