Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants Prediction, 5/10/2022 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Location: Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Bay Area
Odds/Point Spread: Colorado (+140) San Francisco (-160)
Oracle Park is the site where the San Francisco Giants (16-12) will take on the Colorado Rockies (16-12) on Tuesday. The line on this matchup has the Rockies at +140 and the Giants are opening at -160. The betting total comes in at 7. The expected starting pitchers are Antonio Senzatela and Alex Wood.
Colorado has a slugging % of .410 and have been rung up 214 times, while being walked on 82 occasions. They have tallied 118 RBI's in addition to 241 base knocks on the season, while their team batting average sits at .257. The Rockies have earned 50 two-baggers as a unit and have hit 28 balls out of the stadium. They have racked up 125 runs while holding a team on-base percentage of .324. As a team, the Colorado Rockies are notching 4.5 runs per outing, which puts them at 9th in baseball.
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Rockies pitchers have given up 25 home runs and 138 runs in total (27th in baseball). Their pitching staff has walked 88 opposing hitters and their FIP is 4.01 as a unit over the course of the season. They have earned a K/BB ratio of 2.19 and the pitching staff holds a collective WHIP of 1.42. The Rockies have a team ERA of 4.39 for the year (26th in baseball), and their staff has struck out 193 hitters.
The Rockies have sent 87 relief pitchers to the mound over the course of the season. The bullpen pitchers have inherited 50 base runners for the year and 36.0% of them earned a run for their team. They have earned 13 saves on the year and have not converted 3 of 16 save chances. The Rockies relief pitchers have earned a save rate of 81.3% and has entered the game in 31 save situations. The relief pitchers have recorded 15 holds this year (17th in MLB). Rockies bullpen pitchers have entered the contest with runners on 24 times and also have had 28 appearances in high leverage situations.
The Rockies have turned 66.4% of balls hit into play into outs out of their 2,214 innings on the diamond, which ranks them 29th in pro baseball. The Colorado Rockies have 738 putouts over the course of the season, as well as 306 assists and 20 errors. Their fielding percentage is currently at .981 which has them sitting 24th in the majors, and have a total of 41 double plays.
Senzatela has taken the mound for 603 frames and is sitting with 400 strikeouts so far in his career. Senzatela (38-36 career mark) has earned a FIP of 4.42 while facing 2,618 hitters in the major leagues. His ERA is 4.80 (322 ER's allowed) and he has a WHIP of 1.426. He has given up 672 hits (10.0 hits per 9 innings) with 189 free passes.
San Francisco has 30 long balls on the season as well as 123 RBIs. They have hit 35 doubles, while walking 102 times and recording 131 runs. The San Francisco Giants have recorded a team OBP of .318 and a batting average of .237 so far this season. The Giants hold a slugging % of .374 and they earn 4.68 runs per contest (4th in the league). They have struck out on 231 occasions (20th in baseball) and have totaled 219 base hits.
The San Francisco pitching staff have given up 107 runs so far this year while having a team ERA of 3.58 (99 earned runs yielded). They have allowed 17 homers and they allow 3.87 runs per 9 innings (11th in the league). The Giants hold a team WHIP of 1.257 and have a FIP of 2.97 as a team on the year. Their K/BB ratio sits at 3.22 (251 strikeouts against 78 free passes). They rank 26th in MLB as a staff in total hits given up with 235.
With 27 save situations, the Giants have accumulated 16 holds and 3 blown saves. San Francisco has had relief pitchers enter the contest in 11 save opportunities and they have walked away with 8 saves. Their bullpen pitchers have stepped onto the hill 30 times in high leverage situations and also on 26 occasions with base runners. San Francisco relievers hold an inherited score percentage of 28.6% out of their 35 inherited base runners. They are ranked 11th in baseball holding a save percentage of 72.7%, and they have sent 115 relievers to the mound on the campaign.
In 2,244 innings on the diamond, the Giants have accumulated a defensive efficiency of 67.2% (27th in the majors). The San Francisco Giants have turned 23 double plays and have a fielding percentage of .986 (11th in pro baseball). The Giants have 259 assists, 14 errors and have earned 748 putouts for the year.
In his pro baseball career, Wood has given up 955 hits while he has totaled 961 punch outs in 1,015 frames. He has allowed 397 ER's while holding a WHIP of 1.227 and being the owner of a FIP of 3.5. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.31 and he has faced 4,235 opposing batters in his pro baseball career. Wood (65-50 record in his career) has earned a 3.52 earned run average while giving up 8.5 hits per 9 innings.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take Colorado (+140)
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