Colorado at San Francisco Wednesday MLB Odds, Pick & Preview

Posted by Aaron . on June 27, 2017 in

Two teams out of the National League West will get together in San Francisco this week. The Colorado Rockies will take on the home team San Francisco Giants. The Colorado Rockies have dropped five straight heading into the season. Colorado with the losing streak fell to 47-31 on the season, and third in the National League West.

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The San Francisco Giants also started the series with a five game losing streak. The Giants were swept over the weekend at home by the New York Mets. The Giants have the worst record in all of the National League West, at 27-51. The Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants are pretty even money for this game on Wednesday.

Colorado at San Francisco Wednesday MLB Odds, Pick & Preview

When: Wednesday June 28, 2017; 2:45pm CT
Where: AT+T Park; San Francisco, CA
Radio: KOA 850 AM  (Colorado) / KNBR 680 (San Francisco)
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MLB Odds: San Francisco Giants -115

Why Bet on Colorado Rockies?

Despite losing five straight games heading into Monday’s affair, the Rockies were still +43 in run differential. Colorado has played better on the road than they have at home, with 25 wins in 41 games. Colorado ranks 5th in Major League Baseball with 402 runs, and their team batting average of .270 is 4th in baseball.

Colorado is led by a trio of offensive stars. Charlie Blackmon leads the team with a .321 batting average, while Nolan Arenado and Mark Reynolds are providing the power. Arenado has clubbed 15 homeruns and drove in 59 runs, while Reynolds anchors the team with 18 homeruns on the season.

The Giants are favorites in the MLB odds for Wednesday's game.

Why Bet on San Francisco Giants?

Bruce Bochy and the San Francisco Giants have been a train wreck this season. Following their wild card loss to the Cubs last season, the Giants have become one of the worst teams in all of Major League Baseball. San Francisco has been outscored by 107 runs heading into Monday’s series opener.

The Giants have a 4.82 earned run average, which is 24th out of 30 MLB teams. Despite missing Madison Bumgarner on the season, San Francisco has 41 quality starts on the season. Defensively, Brandon Belt has clubbed 14 homeruns, despite a .228 batting average in 2017.

Expert Pick & Prediction

Antonio Senzatela throws for the Colorado Rockies in this game. Senzatela has been pretty solid for the Rockies this season. In fact, the youngster is looking for his 10th win of the season. His ERA is at 4.79 on the season.

On the other side, the San Francisco Giants are tossing out Ty Blach. Blach is 26 years old, and holds a 4-5 record. Blach has an ERA of 4.86 on the season. Look for the Rockies to use their offense to get after Blach. Senzatela picks up his 10th win of the season here. Bet the Colorado Rockies +105 over the San Francisco Giants.