The Colorado Rockies will look to continue their recent home success against the San Francisco Giants when they meet in the third and deciding game of their series on Wednesday. The Rockies (11-19), who are 4-6 over their past 10 games, have won six of their last nine home games against San Francisco. The Giants (18-12), who are 5-5 in their last 10 games, have won eight of the past 11 matchups against Colorado. San Francisco is 8-9 on the road this season, while Colorado is 9-8 at home.
The game will start at 3:10 p.m. ET from Coors Field in Denver. The Rockies are seventh in MLB with a .246 team batting average, while the Giants are 20th at .226. The latest Giants vs. Rockies odds from William Hill Sportsbook list Colorado as the -110 favorite on the money line (risk $110 to win $100). The over-under for total runs is set at 10. Before finalizing any Rockies vs. Giants picks, check out the latest MLB predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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- Giants vs. Rockies money line: San Francisco +100, Colorado -110
- Giants vs. Rockies run line: Colorado -1.5 (+160)
- Giants vs. Rockies over-under: 10 runs
- SF: Is 6-1 in its last seven Wednesday games
- COL: Is 4-1 in its last five home games vs. a right-handed starter
Why you should back the Rockies
Colorado will send right-hander Jon Gray (3-2, 3.15 ERA) to the mound. Gray is 3-0 and has a 1.85 ERA in four starts at Coors Field this season. And despite Colorado's overall struggles this season, the Rockies are fifth in MLB with 145 runs scored. First baseman C.J. Cron has played well of late and has hits in nine of his last 12 games played. In Game 2 on Tuesday against the Giants, Cron was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs. For the season, he is hitting .290 with five homers and 15 RBIs.
Also powering Colorado is veteran shortstop Trevor Story, who is hitting .303 with four home runs and 20 RBIs. In Tuesday's twinbill, Story was 4-for-7 with a double and two RBIs. He has a six-game hitting streak and has raised his batting average 39 points in that span. In 83 career games against San Francisco, Story is a .289 hitter with 14 doubles, five triples, 21 homers and 55 RBIs.
Why you should back the Giants
Right-hander Logan Webb (1-2, 4.13 ERA) takes the hill for San Francisco. He has been solid this season, despite a record of 0-2 on the road. In his last outing, Webb took the loss at San Diego despite scattering seven hits and three earned runs over six innings. He walked one and struck out four. In the previous start against Miami, he shut the Marlins out on just three hits over seven innings. He walked three and struck out eight. In three career starts against Colorado, he is 2-0 with a 4.35 ERA with five walks and 16 strikeouts.
Catcher Buster Posey has been red hot and enters the game with a five-game hitting streak, going 13-for-21 (.619) with two doubles, three homers and six RBIs during that stretch. On Tuesday against the Rockies, Posey was 3-for-4 with a solo home run. In 150 career games against Colorado, Posey is hitting .345 with 32 doubles, three triples, 28 homers and 106 RBIs. He has a .421 on-base percentage and .570 slugging percentage.
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