The Colorado Rockies will face off against their division rival San Francisco Giants. The matchup gets underway at 3:45 p.m. ET and fans can catch the game on either ATRM or NSBA.

Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants Odds

Oddsmakers are listing Colorado (+110) as the underdog to San Francisco (-120). If you think this game's total will go under 9 runs, then bookmakers are currently offering -120 odds. Playing the over return even money (+100). Bettors can also wager on the game's runline with the current odds coming in at Rockies +1.5 runs (-190) and Giants -1.5 runs (+165). The Rockies have gone 68-90 SU this year and are 70-87 against the spread (ATS). They've lost 12.1 units for bettors taking the moneyline and 25.6 units ATS. Colorado is 3-4 ATS over its last seven games and the total has gone under in four of those seven. The Giants, on the other hand, are 76-82 SU and 78-79 ATS. The team's gained 8.0 units for moneyline bettors while earning 19.4 units ATS. San Francisco has covered the spread four times in its last seven games and the over has cashed in five of those seven. San Francisco games have an over/under record of 76-72-9 in 2019. The Rockies have an over/under record of 76-72-9. The southpaw Kyle Freeland is getting the nod for the visiting Rockies. Freeland is 3-11 with a 6.84 ERA and 79 strikeouts. He's 1-1 with 13 strikeouts and a 4.80 ERA against San Francisco this year (three starts). The Giants are countering with Tyler Beede (5-10, 5.23 ERA). Beede has 106 punchouts and 46 walks, along with a WHIP of 1.52. Beede is 0-2 with five strikeouts and an 11.12 ERA in one start against Colorado this year. Colorado’s pitching staff allowed 5.9 runs per game and its starters own a 5.94 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 7.50 K/9. The bullpen has logged an ERA of 5.14, along with a WHIP of 1.52. The Rockies offense has slashed .266/.329/.456 on its way to 5.2 runs scored per game in 2019, including 5.5 runs per game against divisional foes and 4.4 per game over the team's last five outings (2-3 SU). Colorado’s offense has been powered by third baseman Nolan Arenado and right fielder Charlie Blackmon, who have combined to launch 72 home runs. Arenado is hitting .314/.378/.586 with 41 home runs, 118 RBIs and 100 runs scored, while Blackmon is hitting .316 with 31 homers, 85 RBIs and 111 runs scored. In the other dugout, San Francisco’s pitchers have given up 4.7 runs per game overall this year. Its starters have an ERA of 4.72, a WHIP of 1.33 and a strikeouts-per-nine of 8.0. The bullpen has a 3.83 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 8.8 K/9. In 72 games against divisional opponents, Giants starters have an ERA of 4.28 and the bullpen's ERA is 3.85. The San Francisco offense is putting up 4.2 runs per contest, including 4.5 per game against divisional foes and 2.4 per game over its last five. The team's hit .193/.237/.283 over its last five contests and is 2-3 SU during that stretch. Kevin Pillar and Brandon Belt have led the Giants' batters this year. Pillar is slashing .262/.290/.440 with 21 home runs, 85 RBIs, 80 runs and 13 steals, and Belt's line is .235/.337/.407 with 17 homers, 57 RBIs and 75 runs. The Rockies have lost 5.5 units and are 40-57 ATS when facing a right-handed starting pitcher this season. The over has cashed in 49 of those games, as opposed to 44 that've gone under in such games. On the other hand, the Giants have lost 0.8 units and are 20-26 ATS when facing a lefty starter. The over's hit in 22 of those games, compared to 23 that went under.

Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants Free Prediction

Predictions: SU Winner – Giants, ATS Winner – Rockies, O/U – UNDER

Notes

Betting Notes The under has hit in four of Colorado’s last seven games. Colorado has recorded 25.5 Runs + Hits + Errors per game over its last 10 contests and 22.4 over its last five. The Rockies have hit 22 home runs in their last 10 games, including 13 over their last five. The Rockies have a team OPS of .784 this season and an OPS of .771 against right-handed pitchers. The Giants' OPS stands at .697 overall and .692 versus righties.