Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants Prediction, 6/7/2022 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Location: Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Bay Area
Odds/Point Spread: Colorado (+150) San Francisco (-170)
Oracle Park is where the San Francisco Giants (29-24) will attempt to beat the Colorado Rockies (23-31) on Tuesday. The moneyline on this matchup has Colorado at +150 while San Francisco is sitting at -170. The total is set at 7.5. The starting pitchers will be German Marquez and Carlos Rodon.
As a squad, the Colorado Rockies are notching 4.7 runs per contest, which has them sitting at 8th in MLB. They are sitting with 253 runs scored while holding a team on-base percentage of .327. The Rockies have tallied 87 two-baggers as a team and have hit 51 balls out of the park. They have accounted for 239 RBI's in addition to 484 hits so far this year, while their average at the plate comes in at .261. Colorado has a slugging % of .402 and have been called out on strikes 429 times, while being walked on 164 occasions.
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The Rockies are sitting with a team ERA of 5.25 this year (28th in baseball), and the staff has rung up 385 batters. Their pitching staff has walked 183 opposing players and their FIP comes in at 4.34 as a squad this year. Their strikeout to walk ratio is 2.10 and their pitching staff holds a collective WHIP of 1.51. Rockies pitchers have conceded 57 home runs and also 316 runs in total (30th in MLB).
The Rockies bullpen have accumulated a save percentage of 71.4% and has stepped onto the mound in 42 save situations. The relief pitchers have inherited 86 base runners for the season and 39.5% of them ended up crossing the plate. Rockies pitchers have stepped onto the hill with runners on 48 times and also have had 57 appearances in high leverage situations. The Rockies have dispatched 177 relievers to the mound so far this year. The relief pitchers are sitting with 21 holds on the year (26th in baseball). They have recorded 15 saves so far this year and have not converted 6 out of their 21 save opportunities.
The Colorado Rockies have amassed 1,431 putouts on the campaign, as well as 543 assists and 46 errors. Their fielding percentage is holding at .977 which has them ranked 30th in professional baseball, and have a total of 57 double plays. The Rockies have converted 65.6% of balls hit into play into outs out of 4,293 innings on the field, which has them sitting 30th in professional baseball.
Marquez has pitched in 869 innings and has 862 strikeouts so far in his MLB career. His ERA is 4.43 (428 ER's allowed) and his WHIP is 1.292. He has surrendered 869 base hits (9.0 hits per 9 innings) and has 254 walks. Marquez (55-46 record in his career) has a FIP of 3.93 while he has gone up against 3,688 batters during his time in the major leagues.
San Francisco has compiled 66 home runs for the season as well as 261 RBIs. They have recorded 90 doubles, while walking 198 times as well as scoring 273 runs. The San Francisco Giants have accumulated an OBP of .325 and a batting average of .244 for the year. The Giants have a team SLG% of .410 and they are earning 5.15 runs per contest (2nd in the league). They have struck out on 450 occasions (17th in the league) and have recorded 438 hits.
The Giants are sitting with a team WHIP of 1.312 and have a FIP of 3.48 as a squad on the season. Their strikeout to walk ratio comes in at 3.05 (449 strikeouts against 147 free passes). They come in at 26th in baseball as a pitching staff in total hits relinquished with 470. They have surrendered 44 dingers and they surrender 4.65 runs per 9 innings (23rd in baseball). The San Francisco pitching staff have given up 243 runs over the course of the season while having a team ERA of 4.31 (225 earned runs relinquished).
San Francisco relievers hold an inherited score percentage of 35.3% of 68 inherited runners. Their relief pitchers have stepped onto the mound 51 times in high leverage situations in addition to 50 occasions with base runners. With 41 save situations, the Giants have earned 21 holds and also 8 blown saves. They are ranked 25th in MLB holding a save percentage of 57.9%, and they have dispatched 201 relief pitchers to the mound for the season. San Francisco has called on relievers to enter the game in 19 save chances and they have converted 11 saves.
The San Francisco Giants have gotten 41 double plays and hold a fielding percentage of .987 (13th in baseball). The Giants have recorded 502 assists, 26 errors and have earned a total of 1,412 putouts on the season. Out of their 4,236 innings played, the Giants have a defensive efficiency of 67.2% (28th in professional baseball).
Rodon (46-42 career record) is the owner of a 3.76 earned run average while conceding 8.1 hits per 9 innings. His K/BB ratio is 2.71 and he has faced 3,087 batters in his career. He has given up 303 earned runs while holding a WHIP of 1.292 and being the owner of a FIP of 3.8. In his career, Rodon has allowed 648 base hits while totaling 780 strikeouts in 724 innings pitched.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take Colorado (+150)
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