The Detroit Tigers allowed 670 runs (4.14 rpg), 5th best in the AL and 11th overall.
The San Francisco Giants allowed 649 runs (4.01 rpg), 6th best in the NL and 8th overall.
Detroit pitchers struck out 1318 batters and walked 438.
San Francisco pitchers struck out 1237 batters and walked 489.
Detroit pitchers threw 9 team shutouts and had 40 saves.
San Francisco pitchers threw 14 team shutouts and had 53 saves.
Detroit pitchers allowed 151 homers, San Francisco 142.
Detroit pitchers allowed 1409 hits, San Francisco 1361.
The Tigers had 4292 putouts, 1481 assists, and 99 errors.
The Giants had 4353 putouts, 1639 assists, and 115 errors.
The Tigers finished 88-74, the 11th best record in baseball, 7th in the AL. Their Pythagorean or expected W-L record was 87-75.
The Giants finished 94-68, tied for the 4th best record in baseball, tied for 3rd best in the NL. Their Pythagorean or expected record was 88-74.