Cincinnati Reds Pitching Stats - 2015

Year:

VS. RIGHT

Pitching
NAMEGPABRHTB2B3BHRBBSOSBCSOBPSLGOPSBAA
Aroldis Chapman65 175 12 34 45 2 0 3 22 78 8 1 .297 .257 .554 .194
Raisel Iglesias18 188 21 33 69 13 1 7 14 73 1 1 .251 .367 .618 .176
Anthony DeSclafani31 342 39 95 131 17 2 5 15 69 11 0 .312 .383 .695 .278
Johnny Cueto19 249 24 54 94 15 2 7 9 55 2 0 .258 .378 .635 .217
Jumbo Diaz60 124 16 32 55 4 2 5 6 49 2 1 .293 .444 .737 .258
Michael Lorenzen27 256 38 67 115 19 1 9 26 46 4 2 .335 .449 .784 .262
John Lamb10 155 21 44 67 8 0 5 13 45 3 0 .337 .432 .770 .284
Mike Leake21 231 20 49 74 13 0 4 16 41 1 2 .263 .320 .584 .212
J.J. Hoover60 109 8 19 34 3 3 2 19 32 0 1 .295 .312 .607 .174
Tony Cingrani34 79 15 19 29 7 0 1 19 25 1 0 .384 .367 .751 .241
Burke Badenhop65 143 21 40 51 5 0 2 8 24 3 1 .314 .357 .670 .280
Ryan Mattheus56 122 11 32 37 5 0 0 14 22 6 0 .348 .303 .651 .262
Keyvius Sampson12 124 26 34 58 9 0 5 11 21 3 1 .331 .468 .799 .274
Pedro Villarreal29 116 14 32 49 5 0 4 6 20 0 1 .323 .422 .745 .276
Brandon Finnegan6 72 5 17 31 3 1 3 8 20 1 1 .313 .431 .743 .236
Jason Marquis9 92 24 33 63 6 0 8 8 17 4 2 .416 .685 1.101 .359
Josh Smith9 72 14 20 28 5 0 1 8 16 1 2 .369 .389 .758 .278
Nate Adcock13 41 9 8 20 4 1 2 6 13 3 1 .313 .488 .800 .195
David Holmberg6 85 21 32 62 3 0 9 9 10 2 0 .443 .729 1.173 .376
Manny Parra32 62 7 16 20 1 0 1 3 10 0 0 .288 .323 .610 .258
Carlos Contreras22 61 10 15 24 6 0 1 8 9 1 1 .333 .393 .727 .246
Dylan Axelrod6 27 7 6 13 1 0 2 4 9 1 0 .323 .481 .804 .222
Collin Balester15 39 10 13 27 3 1 3 5 8 0 0 .413 .692 1.105 .333
Sam LeCure19 45 8 12 23 3 1 2 6 7 2 1 .346 .511 .857 .267
Jon Moscot3 23 4 6 10 1 0 1 1 4 2 0 .280 .435 .715 .261
Kevin Gregg10 22 9 9 15 0 0 2 3 3 0 0 .480 .682 1.162 .409
Homer Bailey2 27 2 6 11 2 0 1 3 1 0 0 .300 .407 .707 .222
Donovan Hand1 8 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 .400 .375 .775 .250
Totals 1623089416779125816415952717286319.318.407.725.252
Bold: Qualified for ERA title (1 inning pitched per team game)
† Midseason Trades: Johnny Cueto (13 games KC); Mike Leake (12 games SF); Ryan Mattheus (1 games LAA); Brandon Finnegan (14 games KC)