Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants Prediction, 9/27/2022 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Location: Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Bay Area
Odds/Point Spread: Colorado (+130) San Francisco (-150)
Oracle Park is the location where the San Francisco Giants (75-78) will take on the Colorado Rockies (65-88) on Tuesday. The line on this contest has the Rockies at +130 while the Giants are at -150. The betting total is set at 7. The pitchers taking the mound will be German Marquez and Logan Webb.
The Rockies have accumulated 268 two-baggers as a unit and have smacked 140 baseballs out of the stadium. Colorado has a slugging % of .400 and have been called out on strikes 1,232 times, while being walked on 433 occasions. As a team, the Colorado Rockies are compiling 4.4 runs/g, which ranks them 13th in the league. They have tallied 643 RBI's and 1,344 hits on the campaign, while their batting average comes in at .256. They have accounted for 672 runs scored and have an OBP of .318.
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The Rockies hold a team ERA of 5.08 for the season (30th in MLB), and their staff has rung up 1,104 hitters. Their pitching staff has walked 509 opposing players and their FIP is 4.43 as a team so far this year. They have earned a K/BB ratio of 2.17 and the pitching staff has earned a collective WHIP of 1.44. Rockies pitchers have conceded 175 home runs in addition to 830 total runs (30th in MLB).
Rockies pitchers have gone to the mound with runners on base 129 times in addition to having 174 appearances in high leverage situations. The relief pitchers have racked up 62 holds for the year (26th in the league). The Rockies relief pitchers have a save percentage of 66.7% and has entered the game in 122 save situations. They have compiled 40 saves so far this year and have blown 20 of their 60 save chances. The relief pitchers have inherited 210 base runners for the season and 34.3% of them ended up scoring. The Rockies have sent 473 relief pitchers to the hill on the year.
The Colorado Rockies have accounted for 4,051 putouts at this point in the season, as well as 1,536 assists and 97 errors. Their fielding rate is holding steady at .983 which has them sitting 26th in MLB, and they have twisted 151 double plays. The Rockies have converted 67.3% of balls in play into outs out of 12,153 innings, which has them sitting at 30th in the majors.
Marquez has taken the ball for 984 innings and has totaled 952 strikeouts during his MLB career. His ERA is 4.43 (484 earned runs allowed) and his career WHIP is 1.292. He has given up 976 base knocks (8.9 hits per 9 innings) and has 295 free passes. Marquez (62-53 win-loss record in his career) holds a FIP of 4.01 and he has gone up against 4,169 opposing hitters during his time in the majors.
The Giants have a SLG% of .387 and they have an average of 4.36 runs per contest (15th in MLB). They have hit 248 two-baggers, while taking a walk 539 times as well as scoring 667 runs. San Francisco has hit 170 home runs over the course of the season as well as 637 RBIs. They have been rung up on 1,384 occasions (4th in the league) and have tallied 1,187 hits. The San Francisco Giants have earned an OBP of .315 and a batting average of .233 for the season.
The San Francisco pitching staff have given up 659 runs this year while holding an ERA of 3.84 (577 earned runs allowed). They have allowed 128 long balls and they allow 4.38 runs per 9 innings (18th in the league). The Giants have a WHIP of 1.280 and have a FIP of 3.48 as a squad over the course of the season. They currently have a K/BB ratio of 3.10 (1,288 strikeouts against 416 walks). They sit at 25th in MLB as a pitching staff in total hits given up with 1,316.
San Francisco relievers have an inherited score rate of 32.8% out of 201 inherited base runners. Their relief pitchers have stepped onto the mound 155 times in high leverage situations and also on 140 occasions with runners on. With 136 save situations, the Giants have tallied 74 holds in addition to 20 blown saves. They rank 14th in MLB with a save percentage of 65.5%, and they have sent 541 bullpen pitchers to the hill so far this season. San Francisco has had bullpen pitchers enter the game in 58 save chances and they have converted 38 saves.
The San Francisco Giants have gotten 120 double plays and have notched a fielding percentage of .983 (25th in baseball). The Giants have accrued 1,467 assists, 95 errors and have a total of 4,059 putouts this season. Out of their 12,177 innings on the field, the Giants have earned a efficiency on defense of 67.5% (28th in MLB).
Webb (30-19 win-loss mark in his career) has earned a 3.50 ERA and has conceded 8.4 hits per nine innings. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.25 and he has gone up against 1,783 hitters in his career. He has surrendered a total of 167 ER's while earning a WHIP of 1.220 and having a FIP of 3.2. During his career, Webb has allowed 402 base hits and he has 397 strikeouts in 429 frames.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Guy Bruhn's Pick: Take San Francisco (-150)
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