The San Francisco Giants (70-70) stumble into Friday’s matchup with the Colorado Rockies (51-88) looking to break a six-game losing streak. The contest starts at 10:15 PM ET on NBCS-BA with the Giants listed as -231 favorites to right the ship.
Kyle Harrison gets the starting nod for San Francisco while Ty Blach is Colorado’s starter for the contest.
Giants vs. Rockies Odds
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Giants and Rockies Betting Trends
The Giants have won 53.6% of the games this season when they were favored on the moneyline (37-32).
San Francisco has played in four games as moneyline favorites with odds of -231 or shorter and won every time.
The Rockies have been underdogs in 124 games this season and won 46 (37.1%) of those contests.
Colorado is 3-33 this season when entering a game as the underdog by +189 or more on the moneyline.
The Giants have combined with opponents to go over the total 58 times this season for a 58-78-3 record against the over/under.
The Rockies’ games have gone over the total in 63 of their 139 chances.
Giants Stats & Insights
The Giants have the No. 22 offense in MLB play scoring 4.2 runs per game (594 total runs).
San Francisco ranks 21st in MLB action with 149 total home runs.
The Giants have the 25th-ranked batting average in the league (.237).
San Francisco’s 9.4 strikeouts per game are the fourth-most in the majors.
The 8.6 strikeouts per nine innings put together by the Giants pitching staff ranks 18th in the majors.
San Francisco has a 4.09 team ERA that ranks 13th across all MLB pitching staffs.
Rockies Stats & Insights
The Rockies have scored the 18th-most runs in the league this season with 611 (4.4 per game).
Colorado’s 135 home runs rank 28th in MLB this season.
The Rockies rank 17th in MLB with a .248 team batting average.
Colorado ranks 27th in strikeouts per game (9.5) among MLB offenses.
The Rockies average just 8.6 strikeouts per nine innings as a pitching staff, worst in the league.
Colorado pitchers have a combined ERA of 5.67 ERA this year, which ranks 30th in MLB.
Giants Key Players to Watch
Harrison (1-1) gets the starting nod for the Giants in his fourth start of the season. He has a 4.70 ERA in 15 1/3 innings pitched, with 21 strikeouts.
Wilmer Flores leads San Francisco with 21 home runs this season. He’s batting .284 with 51 RBI.
LaMonte Wade Jr has collected 94 hits this season and has an OBP of .368. He’s slugging .405 on the year.
J.D. Davis leads San Francisco in RBI with 62 while batting .249 with 16 home runs.
Joc Pederson has 72 hits and an OBP of .354 to go with a slugging percentage of .424 this season.
Rockies Key Players to Watch
The Rockies will hand the ball to Blach (2-1) for his ninth start of the season.
Ryan McMahon leads the Rockies in home runs (22) and runs batted in (69).
Ezequiel Tovar is hitting .254 with 31 doubles, three triples, 15 home runs and 23 walks.
Elias Diaz paces the Rockies with a .268 batting average.
Charlie Blackmon is batting .284 with 16 doubles, four triples, seven home runs and 34 walks.
Giants and Rockies Injuries
Giants: Michael Conforto: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Ross Stripling: 15 Day IL (Back), Anthony DeSclafani: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Cole Waites: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Roberto Pérez: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Mark Mathias: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Thomas Szapucki: 60 Day IL (Arm), Patrick Bailey: 7 Day IL (Concussion), Thairo Estrada: day-to-day (Pink eye), Austin Slater: day-to-day (Dizziness)
Rockies: Kris Bryant: 10 Day IL (Finger), Daniel Bard: 15 Day IL (Forearm), Austin Gomber: 60 Day IL (Back), Ryan Feltner: 60 Day IL (Skull), German Márquez: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Antonio Senzatela: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Ryan Rolison: 60 Day IL (Undisclosed), Lucas Gilbreath: 60 Day IL (Elbow)