NATS: A Few Interesting Stats

A Few Interesting NATS STATS

 

NATS on STATCAST:

STATCAST – HR Distance (#1 Jake Lamb – 418 ft):

Ryan Zimmerman tied for #2 in MLB – 470 feet

Bryce Harper is the #39 name on the list – 451 feet

STATCAST – Exit Velocity (#1 Aaron Judge – 119.4 ft):

 Bryce Harper – 114.7 mph

STATCAST – Average Exit Velocity (#1 Miguel Sano 9.9 mph)

Ryan Zimmerman – 94.2 mph.

Bryce Harper – 92.8 mph

Anthony Rendon – 91.2 MPH

STATCAST – Fastest Pitches:  no NATS (#1 Joe Kelly – 102.2 MPH)

STATCAST – Average Pitch Velocity (#1 Trevor Rosenthal 99.2 mph:

Blake Treinen – 96.7 four-seam FB

Koda Glover – 96.3 mph sinker

Blake Treinen – 96.3 four-seam FB

      NATS PITCHING STATS

NATS Runs Allowed Per Game (RA/G)4.51

Most is NYM with 5.46.  Least is LAD with 3.55.  NATS are about in the middle with 4.51

TOUGH LOSSES (Ltuf) – losses in quality starts

NATS:  2.  (GIANTS have 8!)

QUALITY STARTS – starting pitcher has at least 6 innings and allowed 3 or fewer earned runs

NATS tied #1 MLB with CARDS – 30 QS.  MARLINS have fewest with 14.

QUALITY START% – percentage of starts that were QS.

NATS #2 MLB (64%) after #1 CARDS (67%).

WINS LOST (Wlst) – At the time the pitcher faced his final batter, he was in a position for a win, but the game was blown by the bullpen:

NATS Pitcher:  Gio Gonzalez – tied for #1 MLB –  4

(tied with Nate Karns/KCR & Wade Miley/BAL)

Team:  NATS tied #1 MLB with 8 (with NYM and BAL)

MOST PITCHES IN A START:

NATS Tied #1 MLB:  125

PITCHES per GAMES STARTED:

Team:  NATS tied #1 MLB:  102

NATS Pitcher:  Tanner Roark – #3/tied MLB:  106

INNINGS PITCHED per GAMES STARTED:

NATS tied #1 MLB:  6.2

GAME SCORE AVERAGE (Starting Pitchers):

Team:  NATS tied #2 MLB:  55

NATS Pitcher:  Max Scherzer:  #6 MLB with 65.0

(Thanks to baseballreference.com)

NATS the way I like it uh huh uh huh…

 

 

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