Marlins vs. Rockies Odds, Trends, Predictions
Miami Marlins vs Colorado Rockies
Date: Monday, May 30th, 04:10 ET
Location: Coors Field
TV: ATT SportsNet-RM
Money Line: Marlins -145 / Rockies +122 (MyBookie - 100% bonus when you use bonus code PREDICT100)
Total Line: 10.0
Miami: Pablo López (4-2, 2.21)
Colorado: Ryan Feltner (0-1, 5.4)
Marlins Projected Lineup
Brian Anderson 3B
Miguel Rojas SS
Joey Wendle 3B
Jesus Sanchez CF
Jacob Stallings C
Jorge Soler LF
Garrett Cooper 1B
Jasrado Chisholm Jr. 2B
Jesús Aguilar 1B
Pablo López P
Rockies Projected Lineup
Randal Grichuk RF
José Iglesias SS
Ryan McMahon 3B
Charlie Blackmon RF
Brendan Rodgers 2B
Elias Díaz C
C.J. Cron 1B
Connor Joe RF
Yonathan Daza CF
Ryan Feltner P
STRAIGHT UP/ OVER/UNDER / RUN LINE RECORDS
Miami Marlins: 19-26-0 SU / OU 22-22-1 / Run Line W/L 23-22-0
Colorado Rockies: 21-26-0 SU / OU 26-20-1 / Run Line W/L 22-25-0
The Colorado Rockies host the Miami Marlins on Monday, May 30th, at Coors Field. The first pitch in this matchup is scheduled for 04:10 ET. The MLB Odds Board places Miami as the favorite (-145), with an OU line set at 10.0.
The Marlins are hoping to get back on track after falling to Atlanta, 6-3. On their way to giving up 6 runs, the Marlins staff allowed 11 hits. Offensively, they finished with just 3 runs on 7 hits. Miami’s loss came as the underdog, getting 200.0 on the moneyline. This game went over the posted over-under line of 8.0 runs. After the game, Miami’s over-under record moved by to .500 at 22-22-1.
The Marlins will be hoping to pick up a win in today’s matchup, as they have gone just 1-4 over their last 5 games. In this rough stretch of games, the team’s run differential comes in at -7. Miami’s offense is in the middle of a cold streak, as their offensive production has dipped to just 3.0 runs per game over their last 5 contests. Miami’s overall series record is just 5-10-0.
The Rockies are coming off a tight loss to the Nationals, dropping the game 6-5. Colorado’s pitching staff gave up 9 hits, leading to 6 runs for the Nationals. In the loss, the Rockies’ offense still came up with 10 hits and 5 runs. Leading into Colorado’s loss, they were the underdogs, getting 105.0 on the moneyline. So far, the team has gone into 32 games as the underdog, still finding the win column at a rate of 41.0%. In terms of the over-under, the Rockies and Nationals combined to surpass the line of 9.0 runs. For the season, the team’s over-under record is (26-20-1).
In their last 5 contests, Rockies have just 1 win, going 1-4. This recent slump is backed by a scoring margin of -15 over their previous 5 games. In their 5 most recent contests, the team is scoring at a rate of 4.6 runs per game, right in line with their season average. Colorado has a below .500 series record of just 6-8-1.
Pablo López gets the start for the Marlins, with an overall record of 4-2. Through 9 appearances, López has an ERA of just 2.21 while averaging 5.89 innings per appearance. Hits have been hard to come by against the right-hander, as his batting average allowed is just 0.204. Per 9 innings pitched, López is giving up 0.85 home runs. On the season, Pablo López has had no problem racking up strikeouts, posting a strikeout percentage of 27.0% while averaging 6.22 K’s per game. Throughout the season, López has avoided walking batters, allowing just 1.87 per contest.
Colorado will roll with Ryan Feltner (0-1) as their starter. So far, Feltner has put together an ERA of 5.4. In his appearances leading up to today, he has lasted an average of 5.0 innings. Opposing teams have hit the ball well against the right-hander, with a batting average of 0.263. Opposing batters are hitting for power at a below-average rate against Feltner, as he is allowing just 0.9 per 9 innings. Feltner is in the bottom half of the league in strikeouts, averaging just 7.0 K’s per game. This includes a strikeout percentage of 32.0%. Throughout the season, Feltner has avoided walking batters, allowing just 3.6 per contest.
Miami vs Colorado History
Today’s matchup between the Miami Marlins and Colorado Rockies will be their first meeting of the season. Last year, Colorado won the season series 4-2. The average scoring margin in these games was 5.33, with an over under record of 5-1. Last year, the two teams combined to average 13.0 runs per game.
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of Miami’s last 6 games when playing Colorado
- The total has gone OVER in 4 of Miami’s last 5 games when playing on the road against Colorado
- Colorado is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games when playing at home against Miami
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of Colorado’s last 6 games when playing Miami
Miami Marlins at Colorado Rockies Prediction
In Monday’s matchup between Miami and Colorado, look for the Marlins and Rockies to put up a lot of offense in the friendly hitting conditions in Denver. On the season, both Miami and Colorado are in the upper half of the league in home runs against right-handed pitching. I recommend taking the over at 10 runs.
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