Giants vs. Rockies Odds & Picks 9/20/22
San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies
Date: Tuesday September 20th, 08:40 ET
Location: Coors Field
TV: ATT SportsNet-RM
Money Line: Giants -160 / Rockies +134 (BAS - Bet on baseball at discounted odds EVERY DAY!)
Total Line: 10.0
San Francisco: Carlos Rodon (13-8, 2.84)
Colorado: Kyle Freeland (9-9, 4.43)
STRAIGHT UP/ OVER/UNDER / RUN LINE RECORDS
San Francisco Giants: 69-77-0 SU / OU 69-70-8 / Run Line W/L 68-79-0
Colorado Rockies: 64-82-0 SU / OU 69-71-7 / Run Line W/L 81-66-0
The Colorado Rockies host the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday September 20th at Coors Field. The first pitch in this matchup is scheduled for 08:40 ET. The MLB Odds Board places San Francisco as the favorite (-160), with an OU line set at 10.0.
In their most recent game, San Francisco picked up a 3 run win over the Colorado (10-7). Colorado came up with 16 hits leading to 7 runs against San Francisco’s pitchers. The Giants benefited from an offense that generated 10 runs on 15 hits. Heading into their last game, San Francisco was the betting favorite at -120.0. Through 100 games as the favorite, the team has found the win column at a rate of 56.9%. With the over-under line set at 11.5 runs, the Giants and Colorado combined to go over this total. Games involving the Giants have stayed below the over-under line more than half of the time, at 69-70-8.
The Giants will be hoping to pick up a win in today’s matchup, as they have gone just 2-3 over their last 5 games. This mark has come on an average run margin of just -5. On offense, San Francisco’s offense has experienced a dip in production, averaging 3.8 runs per game over their last 5 contests. San Francisco’s overall series record is just 21-21-7.
Colorado will be looking to move on from a tough loss to the Giants by the score of 10-7. Colorado’s pitching staff gave up 15 hits, leading to 10 runs for the Giants. In the loss, the Rockies offense still came up with 16 hits and 7 runs. Leading into Colorado’s loss they were the underdogs, getting 110.0 on the moneyline. So far, the team has gone into 114 games as the underdog, still finding the win column at a rate of 39.0%. The Rockies and Giants went over the run total line set at 11.5 runs. Against the run total, Colorado is just 69-71-7.
Across their last 5 contests, the Rockies are above .500, going 3-2. Their recent success is backed by an average scoring margin of +2 (last 5). Colorado is still playing winning baseball, even with their offense averaging just 3.6 runs per game, compared to a season long mark of 4.46. Colorado has a below .500 series record of just 19-23-5.
The San Francisco Giants will send Carlos Rodon to the mound with an overall record of 13-8. In his previous outings, Rodon has lasted an average of 5.77 innings, putting together an ERA of just 2.84. So far, batters are hitting just 0.204 against him. In addition, to his strong BA allowed, he has been able to limit power, allowing just 0.59 home runs allowed per 9 innings. In terms of strikeouts, Carlos Rodon has a strong strikeout percentage of 33.0%, including a per game average of 7.59. Command has been a problem for Rodon, as he is giving up 2.63 walks per outing.
Kyle Freeland gets the start for the Rockies, with an overall record of 9-9. Freeland gets the start with an ERA of 4.43. On average, he has lasted 5.72 innings per appearance. Opposing teams have hit the ball well against the right-hander, with a batting average of 0.275. Opposing batters are hitting for power at a below average rate against Freeland, as he is allowing just 1.01 per 9 innings. In terms of strikeouts, Kyle Freeland has a strong K% of 17.0%, including a per game average of 4.18. Command has been a problem for Freeland, as he is giving up 2.75 walks per outing.
San Francisco vs Colorado History
Today’s matchup between the San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies will be their 14th meeting of the season. So far, San Francisco is leading the season series, 8-5. The over-under record in this series sits at 7-4. The average run total in these games is 9.74 runs per game. The averge scoring margin in these meetings is 2.69 runs. Going back to last year, San Francisco won the season series, 15 games to 4. In these 19 meetings, the two teams combined for an over-under record of 9-10. Last year, the Giants and Rockies averaged 9.74 runs per game. The average scoring differential in this series was 4.26 runs per game.
- The total has gone UNDER in 5 of San Francisco’s last 6 games on the road
- The total has gone UNDER in 10 of San Francisco’s last 12 games
- Colorado is 7-1 ATS in its last 8 games when playing San Francisco
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of Colorado’s last 6 games at home
San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies Prediction
Heading into Tuesday’s NL West matchup between San Francisco and Colorado, the over-under line is set at 10 runs. However, look for this to be a lower-scoring game than expected. Kyle Freeland hasn’t given up more than 1 run in last 3 starts, while Carlos Rodon is always a tough matchup. I recommend taking the under.
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