Point Spread: -1.50 | 100.00 Colorado (Home)
The Rockies are hot winning seven of their last eight games. They don't have Wade Davis available to blow any leads either. Davis is out with a shoulder injury.
So the coast is clear to lay the Rockies on the run line against the struggling Giants, who are projected to start Kevin Gausman.
San Francisco is 8-22 in its last 30 games at Coors Field. I'm not expecting Gausman to change that trend. Look up innings-eater and you'll spot Gausman in the baseball dictionary. He's a below average starter with a career 4.31 ERA and 1.35 WHIP.
The Rockies are averaging 5.3 runs per game and rank second in most hits per game. They should have no problem with Gausman and a weak San Francisco bullpen especially playing in Coors Field.
Colorado starter German Marquez is emerging as a solid pitcher in his third season. He has a 1.54 ERA in two starts this year. Colorado's bullpen has been surprisingly effective with the exception of Davis, who won't be around to blow torch a lead.
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