Wednesday's interleague matchup between the Guardians and Rockies is set for 8:40 PM ET from Coors Field in Denver. The Rockies are 5th in the NL West and have an overall record of 19-35, while the Guardians are leading the AL Central with a record of 37-18.

Cleveland is currently favored on the money line, and the over/under line is at 11 runs. Ty Blach is starting for the Rockies, and he is facing off against Logan Allen for the Guardians.

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS VS COLORADO ROCKIES BETTING PICK

The Pick: Cleveland Guardians Moneyline -153

This game will be played at Coors Field at 8:40 ET on Wednesday, May 29th.

HOW TO BET THE GUARDIANS VS ROCKIES:

  • We have the Guardians winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Rockies to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the under

The most recent game o of this Indians vs. Rockies series took place on Tuesday. Cleveland cruised to a 13-7 win in the last game, as the Rockies pitching staff got tagged for six homers. Heading into the game, the Guardians were favored at -133 on the money line.

Triston McKenzie started for the Indians and went just five innings while giving up four runs and striking out nine. He picked up a win in the game, while Peter Lambert took the loss for Colorado. Lambert went just 4 1/3 innings and gave up six earned runs.

Offensively, the Indians were led by a huge game from Josh Naylor, who homered twice and went 2/4 with five RBIs. David Fry also had a three-hit game and drove in three runs. Jose Ramirez and Kyle Manzardo each had two hits and two RBIs.

Guardians Records & Stats

Cleveland is 37-18 overall and leads the AL Central by 3.5 games over the Royals. The Guardians are coming off a series win over the Orioles and are 13-4 in series action this year. They have also been really good in day games, going 16-4 this season.

At home, the Guardians have been great, putting together an 18-6 record. They have also been good on the road, going 19-12 this year. So far, they have really thrived as the favorite, putting together a mark of 25-10. As for how they have fared as the underdog, the Guardians are 12-8 this year.

When the Guardians win, they win big, with an average run margin of 3.6 runs per victory. When they lose, they lose big, with an average run margin of -3.1 runs per defeat. On the run line, the Guardians are 32-23 overall, with a run line record of 18-13 on the road and 14-10 at home. As the favorite, they are 17-18 vs. the run line, while as the underdog, they are 15-5.

The Cleveland Guardians are on the road today against the Colorado Rockies, and the over/under line is set at 11 runs. The Guardians' games have averaged 8.9 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 28-24. Their games have had an average over/under line of 8 runs, and when the line has been set at 11 runs, the over has hit in 1 of 1 game. So far this season, 98.2% of their games have had over/under lines set below 11 runs, and their games have gone over in their last three.

Through 11 starts, Logan Allen has a record of 6-2 and an ERA of 4.89. Looking at his overall numbers, Allen has a WHIP of 1.46 and has pitched much better on the road. His ERA away from home is 3.51, compared to 9.93 at home. Allen has made three quality starts this year and is coming off a game in which he didn't allow a run. In that outing vs. the Twins, he went six innings and gave up five hits. So far, he has allowed 11 home runs. The last time he pitched, he allowed two homers. Opponents are batting .280 off Allen this year.

Jose Ramirez and Josh Naylor have been a dynamic duo for the Guardians this season, as they are 1st and 2nd on the team in home runs and are also the top two players in terms of RBIs. Ramirez's 56 RBIs are the best in the league, and his 16 homers are the 3rd most in the MLB. Naylor is 7th in the league with 40 RBIs and is 2nd on the team with 15 homers. However, Naylor has struggled of late, hitting just .139 over his last nine games.

Over their last 10 games, Jose Ramirez has gone deep six times while batting .375, and David Fry has also been swinging a hot bat, going 10/23 with three homers in this stretch. Fry has also scored 11 runs in his last eight games. Fry's hot streak has him batting .435 over his last eight games.

Rockies Records & Stats

With a record of 19-35, the Rockies are in 5th place in the NL West, 14.5 games behind the Dodgers for the division lead. So far, they have gone just 8-12 in divisional games. This season, they have really struggled on the road, going 7-21 compared to 12-14 at home.

Colorado has an overall series record of 3-13-1 this season, and they are 0-0 as the favorite. As for their record as the underdog, the Rockies are 19-35 this season. They will be looking to take the series lead today, as their overall record is 1-1 against the Guardians in this series.

So far this season, the Rockies have been a solid play on the run line, going 29-25 overall, including 14-12 at home and 15-13 on the road. They have been an underdog in every game, and their average run margin in wins is +3.2, while it's -3.9 in losses.

Colorado has been a consistent over team this season, with a combined run average of 9.8 runs per game. They have hit the over in 29 of their 54 games this season, and their games have averaged an over/under line of 9 runs. However, when the line has been set at 11 runs, they have gone under in 4 of 7 games. Their games have had an average over/under line of 9 runs, and their games have gone over in 29 of 54 games this season.

Left-hander Ty Blach gets the start for the Rockies today as he faces the Guardians at home. He has made four starts and seven appearances this season, coming in with a record of 1-2 and an ERA of 4.55. Blach's WHIP for the season is currently 1.30. The last time he took the mound, Blach finished with a no-decision, going 6 2/3 innings and giving up two earned runs on five hits. He did give up a homer in that outing. Before that, he had given up at least one homer in three straight outings.

So far this season, the Rockies offense is averaging 4.2 runs per game, which is 19th in the league. They have been a better offensive team at home, averaging 4.5 runs per game, which is 9th in the MLB. As a team, the Rockies are batting .247, and their team on-base percentage is just 14th in the league. One thing to keep an eye on is their league-leading BABIP of .32.

Currently, the Rockies have two of the league's top home run hitters in Ryan McMahon and Ezequiel Tovar. McMahon's 10 homers are 8th in the league, and Tovar is 11th with seven. McMahon also leads the team with 33 RBIs. Tovar is batting .286 for the season and has gone 9/23 in his last five games. Charlie Blackmon has also been swinging a hot bat, going 6/15 in his last four games.