Colorado Rockies vs Miami Marlins Prediction, 6/8/2021 MLB Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Colorado Rockies vs Miami Marlins
Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Location: Marlins Park in Miami, FL
TV: Bally Sports Florida
Odds/Point Spread: Colorado (-111) Miami (-111)
Marlins Park is the venue where Daniel Castano and the Miami Marlins (25-33, 4th in NL East) will take on the Colorado Rockies (24-36, 4th in NL West) on Tuesday. The Rockies open this matchup at -111 while the Marlins are coming in at -111. The over/under opens at 7.5. The pitchers who are expected to start are Antonio Senzatela and Daniel Castano.
As a unit, the Colorado Rockies are scoring 4.3 runs per game, which ranks them 16th in baseball. They have a total of 259 runs while holding a team OBP of .310. The Rockies have accounted for 99 two-baggers as a team and have knocked 53 balls out of the park. They have 244 runs batted in as well as 478 base knocks over the course of the season, while their batting average is sitting at .244. Colorado is slugging .391 and have been called out on strikes 510 times, while taking a walk on 179 occasions.
Rockies pitchers have yielded 69 home runs and also 298 runs in total (26th in baseball). They have walked 219 opposing players and their FIP comes in at 4.55 as a unit on the campaign. They have a K/BB ratio of 2.06 and the pitching staff holds a collective WHIP of 1.41. The Rockies hold a team ERA of 4.71 on the year (25th in baseball), and they have rung up 451 batters.
The Rockies have dispatched 192 relief pitchers to the mound on the season. The relief pitchers have inherited 91 base runners on the season with 39.6% of those runners ended up crossing the plate. They have earned 9 saves so far this year and have blown 9 out of their 18 save opportunities. The Rockies relievers have a save rate of 50.0% and has come into the game in 31 save situations. The relief pitchers have earned 13 holds on the year (30th in baseball). Rockies pitchers have gone to the mound with runners on base 57 times and also have had 56 appearances in high leverage situations.
The Colorado Rockies have a tally of 1,531 putouts this season, in addition to 564 assists and 40 errors. Their fielding rate sits at .981 which is 26th in MLB, and have accumulated 404 double plays. The Rockies have turned 68.8% of balls in play into outs out of their 4,593 innings, ranking them 21st in baseball.
Senzatela has taken the ball for 481 frames and has racked up 322 K's in his career. His ERA is 4.94 (264 ER's allowed) and his WHIP is 1.429. He has allowed 520 hits (9.7 hits per 9 innings) with 168 free passes. Senzatela (34-30 win-loss mark in his career) has a FIP of 4.69 while he has faced 2,096 batters during his time in the majors.
Miami is sitting with 53 long balls so far this season as well as 210 runs batted in. They have tallied 85 doubles, while getting a free base 169 times as well as scoring 222 runs. The Miami Marlins have tallied a team OBP of .297 and a batting average of .228 for the season. The Marlins hold a team slugging percentage of .366 and they score 3.83 runs per outing (26th in MLB). They have struck out on 567 instances (8th in the league) and have notched a total of 439 base knocks.
The Marlins have a WHIP of 1.182 in addition to having a FIP of 3.56 as a squad on the year. Their K/BB ratio sits at 2.93 (495 strikeouts against 169 bases on balls). They come in at 10th in MLB as a staff in total hits conceded with 434. They have conceded 47 homers and they surrender 3.97 runs per 9 innings (8th in the league). The Miami pitching staff have allowed 225 runs this season and come in with a team ERA of 3.55 (201 earned runs conceded).
With 54 save situations, the Marlins have 27 holds and also 16 blown saves. Miami has had bullpen pitchers step onto the mound in 27 save opportunities and they have converted 11 saves. Their relievers have come in 72 times in high leverage situations in addition to 42 occasions with runners on base. Miami relief pitchers hold an inherited score rate of 39.3% out of their 61 inherited base runners. They are currently ranked 29th in baseball with a save percentage of 40.7%, and they have dispatched 213 bullpen pitchers onto the field on the season.
In their 4,593 innings on the diamond, the Marlins have a defensive efficiency of 70.2% (10th in pro baseball). The Miami Marlins have twisted 51 double plays and have accounted for a fielding rate of .983 (20th in baseball). The Marlins have recorded 502 assists, 36 errors and have accounted for 1,531 putouts this season.
Thus far in his career, Castano has given up 50 base knocks while he has earned 22 strikeouts in 47 innings pitched. Castano (1-4 career record) has a 3.83 ERA while giving up 9.6 hits per 9 innings. He has allowed 20 ER's while earning a WHIP of 1.447 and a FIP of 5.1. His K/BB ratio is 1.22 and he has faced 204 opposing batters so far in his career.
Who will win tonight's baseball game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Miami (-111)
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