San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies Prediction, 5/5/2021 MLB Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies
Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Location: Coors Field in Denver, CO
TV: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
Odds/Point Spread: San Francisco (+100) Colorado (-110)
Logan Webb and the San Francisco Giants (17-11, 1st in NL West) go to Coors Field on Wednesday where they'll take on the Colorado Rockies (10-18, 5th in NL West). The Giants open this contest at +100 while the Rockies are priced at -110. The over/under opens at 10.5. The pitchers expected to start will be Logan Webb and Jon Gray.
The Giants have tallied 41 two-baggers as a squad and have hit 34 baseballs out of the park. San Francisco has a slugging percentage of .388 and have been called out on strikes 265 times, while drawing a walk on 103 occasions. As a team, the San Francisco Giants are earning 4.1 runs/g, which puts them at 18th in the league. They have amassed 112 RBI's in addition to 199 hits over the course of the season, and their average at the plate is sitting at .220. They are sitting with 115 runs and have an OBP of .304.
Giants pitchers have surrendered 27 long balls and also 90 runs in total (2nd in MLB). They have walked 85 opposing hitters and their FIP is 3.70 as a team so far this year. They have a K/BB ratio of 2.88 and their pitching staff has a collective WHIP of 1.10. The Giants have compiled a team earned run average of 3.00 on the season (2nd in the league), and their staff has rung up 245 batters.
The Giants have dispatched 94 relievers to the mound this year. The relief pitchers have inherited 27 base runners this year and 40.7% of those runners ended up crossing the plate. They have tallied 11 saves for the year and have missed out on 7 out of their 18 save opportunities. The Giants relief pitchers have a save percentage of 61.1% and stepped onto the hill in 41 save situations. The bullpen have recorded 23 holds on the campaign (1st in baseball). Giants pitchers have come into the game with runners on 19 times in addition to having 43 appearances in high leverage situations.
The San Francisco Giants are sitting with 779 putouts this year, as well as 283 assists and 19 errors. Their fielding percentage is at .982 which puts them in 20th in pro baseball, and they have turned 210 double plays. The Giants have converted 72.3% of baseballs in play into outs out of their 2,337 innings, ranking them 4th in pro baseball.
Webb has taken the ball for 122 frames and is sitting with 111 punch outs during his MLB career. His earned run average is 5.08 (69 ER's allowed) and his career WHIP is 1.520. He has surrendered 137 hits (10.1 hits per nine innings) and has 49 free passes. Webb (6-9 career mark) sits with a FIP of 4.09 and he has gone up against 543 hitters in the majors.
The Rockies have a SLG% of .416 and they average 4.75 runs per game (9th in the league). They have 43 two-baggers, while getting a free base 76 times and scoring 133 runs. Colorado has compiled 33 home runs for the season as well as 127 RBIs. They have struck out on 251 occasions (14th in the league) and are sitting with 231 base hits. The Colorado Rockies have compiled a team on-base percentage of .303 as well as a batting average of .246 this season.
The Colorado pitching staff have conceded 144 runs so far this year while having an ERA of 4.87 (131 earned runs conceded). They have surrendered 31 home runs and they concede 5.36 runs per 9 innings (28th in MLB). The Rockies are sitting with a team WHIP of 1.483 and have a FIP of 4.46 as a staff this season. Their K/BB ratio comes in at 1.94 (217 strikeouts vs 112 walks). They have a ranking of 27th in baseball as a staff in total hits conceded with 247.
Colorado relievers have an inherited score percentage of 28.2% out of their 39 inherited runners. Their relief pitchers have come in 23 times in high leverage situations and also on 24 occasions with base runners. With 14 save situations, the Rockies have accrued 6 holds in addition to 5 blown saves. They sit at 28th in MLB holding a save rate of 37.5%, and they have dispatched 96 bullpen pitchers onto the diamond on the campaign. Colorado has had relief pitchers step onto the mound in 8 save opportunities and they have tallied 3 saves.
In their 2,178 innings on the field, the Rockies are sitting with a efficiency on defense of 67.7% (28th in baseball). The Colorado Rockies have turned 22 double plays and own a fielding percentage of .982 (23rd in baseball). The Rockies have racked up 265 assists, 18 errors and have accumulated 726 putouts so far this season.
So far in his career, Gray has surrendered 717 base hits while he has accumulated 722 strikeouts in 714 innings pitched. Gray (48-39 record in his career) has a 4.52 ERA and has surrendered 9.0 hits per 9 innings. He has allowed 359 ER's while holding a WHIP of 1.333 and a FIP of 3.8. His K/BB ratio is 3.06 and he has faced 3,056 hitters in his pro baseball career.
Who will win tonight's MLB game ATS?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Colorado (-110)
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