San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies Prediction, 6/6/2023 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2023
Location: Coors Field in Denver, CO
TV: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
Odds/Point Spread: San Francisco (-140) Colorado (+120)
The Colorado Rockies (26-35) welcome the San Francisco Giants (29-30) at Coors Field on Tuesday. The moneyline on this game has the Giants at -140 and the Rockies are priced at +120. The over/under is 9. The pitchers who are expected to start will be Sean Manaea and Dinelson Lamet.
The Giants have tallied 98 doubles as a unit and have knocked 78 balls out of the park. San Francisco has a slugging percentage of .417 and have been called out on strikes 583 times, while drawing a walk on 191 occasions. As a unit, the San Francisco Giants are notching 4.5 runs/g, which is 14th in the league. They have earned 262 RBI's and 497 base knocks for the year, while their average at the plate comes in at .247. They have earned a total of 266 runs and have an OBP of .319.
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Their strikeout to walk ratio is 3.20 and the pitching staff has earned a collective WHIP of 1.27. Giants pitchers have allowed 66 home runs in addition to 265 runs in total (15th in the league). San Francisco has conceded 498 hits (8.6 per 9 innings) and also 232 earned runs. The Giants are sitting with a team ERA of 3.99 this year (12th in baseball), and they have rung up 521 hitters. They have walked 163 opposing hitters and their FIP comes in at 4.02 as a team for the season.
The Giants relief pitchers have earned a save rate of 76.0% and has entered the game in 56 save situations. The bullpen pitchers have inherited 86 base runners on the campaign and 26.7% of those players crossed the plate. Giants pitchers have entered the contest with runners on 56 times as well as having 54 appearances in high leverage situations. The Giants have sent 178 relievers to the hill on the campaign. The relief pitchers have accumulated 29 holds over the course of the season (22nd in the league). They have compiled 19 saves on the season and have missed out on 6 of 25 chances to get a save.
The Giants have converted 67.8% of baseballs in play into outs in their 4,704 innings, which has them sitting at 26th in pro baseball. The Seattle Mariners have 1,568 putouts so far this season, as well as 588 assists and 45 errors. Their fielding percentage is currently at .980 which has them sitting 30th in MLB, and they have turned 57 double plays.
Manaea (60-53 record in his career) has a FIP of 4.12 and he has gone up against 3,863 opposing hitters in the majors. He has allowed 888 base hits (8.7 hits per 9 innings) with 249 free passes. His earned run average is 4.13 (423 ER's allowed) and his WHIP is 1.234. Manaea has taken the hill for 921 innings and has accounted for 844 K's thus far in his career.
The Colorado Rockies have compiled a team on-base percentage of .318 in addition to a batting average of .259 for the season. They have been rung up on 531 occasions (9th in the league) and have earned 536 base hits. Colorado is sitting with 49 HRs for the season to go along with 263 runs batted in. The Rockies have a team SLG% of .403 and they average 4.48 runs per outing (15th in the league). They have 133 doubles, while taking a walk 172 times and notching 273 runs.
The Colorado pitching staff have surrendered 330 runs over the course of the season and come in with a team ERA of 5.13 (301 earned runs allowed). They have conceded 79 HR's and they surrender 5.62 runs per 9 innings (29th in MLB). The Rockies are sitting with a team WHIP of 1.480 and have a FIP of 4.96 as a squad on the year. Their K/BB ratio comes in at 7.50 (439 strikeouts vs 225 free passes). They come in at 29th in the league as a staff in total hits allowed with 557.
Colorado relievers have an inherited score rate of 28.4% of 95 inherited base runners. Their relievers have stepped onto the mound 36 times in high leverage situations and also on 54 occasions with runners on. Sitting with 34 save situations, the Rockies have amassed 15 holds in addition to 5 blown saves. They sit at 9th in the league with a save percentage of 72.2%, and they have sent 191 relief pitchers onto the field this season. Colorado has called on relief pitchers to step onto the hill in 18 save chances and they have tallied 13 saves.
In 4,758 innings on the diamond, the Rockies are sitting with a defensive efficiency of 68.0% (22nd in MLB). The Colorado Rockies have gotten 61 double plays and have earned a fielding percentage of .985 (19th in pro baseball). The Rockies have accrued 585 assists, 33 errors and have a tally of 1,586 putouts on the season.
In his pro baseball career, Lamet has surrendered 288 hits while accumulating 456 punch outs in 349 frames. Lamet (17-22 mark in his career) is the owner of a 4.43 earned run average while giving up 7.4 hits per 9 innings. He has surrendered 172 earned runs while earning a WHIP of 1.274 and a FIP of 3.9. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.90 and he has gone up against 1,496 hitters so far in his MLB career.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take San Francisco (-140)
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