There does appear to be a chance of rain in San Diego on Wednesday, where the Rockies and Padres will face off at 4:10 PM ET. The over/under line is at 7.5 runs, and the Padres are heavy favorites on the money line, with their odds sitting at -247. The Rockies are +206 underdogs.

Colorado will be looking to keep their six-game winning streak alive with Austin Gomber on the mound, while the Padres will start Michael King. San Diego is 2nd in the NL West, while the Rockies are 5th with an overall record of 14-28.


The Pick: OVER 7.5 Runs

This game will be played at PETCO Park at 4:10 ET on Wednesday, May 15th.


  • We have the Padres winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • 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 11 runs and like the over

It was all Colorado in the last game of this series, as the Rockies took down the Padres by a score of 6-3. The Rockies offense only had two more hits than the Padres and struck out 13 times, but still picked up a convincing win. Heading into the game, they were at +242 on the money line.

This game featured a starting pitching matchup between Cal Quantrill for the Rockies and Dylan Cease for the Padres. Quantrill went six innings and gave up just one hit and one earned run, picking up a win in the game. Cease lasted just 5 2/3 innings and gave up three earned runs, taking the loss.

San Diego had a late rally in this game, scoring three runs in the 7th inning, but Tyler Kinley closed things out for the Rockies. Offensively, the Padres actually outhit the Rockies in the game 11 to 10.

Rockies Records & Stats

Colorado is on a six-game winning streak, and they are 14-28 overall this season. The Rockies will be on the road today, taking on the Padres. Currently, they trail the Dodgers by 14 games in the NL West. So far, they are 7-9 in divisional matchups.

At home, the Rockies are 9-12 compared to 5-16 on the road. Colorado has really struggled in night games this season, going 7-18. The Rockies have an overall series record of 1-11-1 this year.

Colorado has been a solid bet against the run line this season, going 22-20 overall. They are 11-10 at home and on the road, and have covered the run line in two straight road games. They have been an underdog in every game this season and have covered the run line in six straight games as the underdog.

The Colorado Rockies have hit the over in two straight games, and their games have averaged 9.3 runs per game this season. Their over/under record is 21-21, and the average over/under line in their games is 10 runs. When the over/under line has been set at 7.5 runs, their games have gone over both times. Overall, 85.7% of their games have had over/under lines set higher than 7.5 runs.

Left-hander Austin Gomber is getting the start for the Rockies today as he faces the Padres on the road. He has made a total of eight starts this season and has a record of 0-2 with an ERA of 3.42. Gomber's WHIP for the season is currently 1.25. In his three quality starts this year, Gomber has pitched at least six innings. He most recently pitched on May 10th, going 6 2/3 innings and giving up one earned run on five hits. Gomber finished with a no-decision in that outing. Before today, he has finished with a no-decision in three straight starts.

Colorado comes into the game with the league's 22nd ranked scoring offense, averaging just 3.9 runs per game. However, they have been a better offensive team at home, averaging 4.3 runs per game. As a team, they are batting .245, which is 9th in the league, and have the best BABIP in the league. The Rockies have been near the bottom of the league in home runs so far.

Ryan McMahon has been a bright spot for the Rockies so far, leading the team with a .308 batting average and 22 RBIs. He also has six homers, which is 8th in the league. Ezequiel Tovar has gone 12/35 over his last eight games and is on an eight-game hitting streak. During this stretch, he has two homers and five RBIs.

Padres Records & Stats

San Diego will take on the Rockies today with an overall record of 22-23, and they are 7.5 games behind the Dodgers in the NL West. The Padres have dropped two straight games, and they are losing the series vs. the Rockies 0-2. So far, they have gone just 12-12 in divisional games.

At home, the Padres are 10-15 this year, and they are 12-8 on the road. San Diego has dropped two straight games as the favorite, and they are 14-13 overall as the favorite. As the underdog, the Padres are 8-10 this year, and they have an overall series record of 8-5-2. The Padres have won four straight series heading into today's game.

San Diego has been a solid run line bet on the road this season, going 16-4. However, they have been a different story at home, going just 8-17. They have lost their last two run line bets at home and are just 12-15 on the run line as the favorite this season. Their average run margin in winning games is 3.8, while their average run margin in losing games is -3.1.

San Diego has had 28 games with over/under lines set higher than 7.5 runs, and the over has hit in 62.2% of their games. Their games have averaged 9.1 runs per game, and their over/under record is 23-21 on the season. The over has hit in their last two games, and their over/under record when the line is set at 7.5 runs is 8-8.

Right-hander Michael King gets the start for the Padres today as he faces the Rockies at home. King has made eight starts this year and has a record of 3-3 with a 3.67 ERA. His WHIP for the season is 1.31. So far, King has turned in four quality starts and is averaging 9.92 strikeouts per nine innings. In his most recent outing, King went seven innings vs. the Dodgers, giving up 11 hits, but no earned runs. He finished with a no-decision in that outing. Before that, he had won two straight starts.

So far this season, the Padres offense has been one of the best in the league, averaging 4.7 runs per game (11th) and batting a collective .255, which is the 5th best mark in the league. They are also one of the better home run-hitting teams in the league, as they are 7th in the league in homers. San Diego's top power threats are Fernando Tatis Jr. and Jake Cronenworth, as they both have seven homers this season.

Jurickson Profar has been a key part of the Padres lineup so far this season, as he is 2nd on the team with seven homers and leads the team with 29 RBIs. Profar is also batting .324 for the season. Over his last seven games, Profar has gone just 5/22, but he does have two homers. Luis Arraez and Fernando Tatis Jr. have also been swinging the bat well of late, with both players going 8/26 in their last seven games.