After a four-hit game last time out, Mike Yastrzemski leads the San Francisco Giants (72-70) as -219 favorites against the Colorado Rockies (51-90). Action gets underway from Oracle Park at 8:10 PM ET on Sunday, live on ESPN.
Keaton Winn will get the ball for San Francisco while Colorado will counter with Peter Lambert.
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Giants and Rockies Betting Trends
The Giants have gone 39-32 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 54.9% of those games).
San Francisco has an 8-2 record (winning 80% of its games) when it has played as moneyline favorites of -219 or shorter.
The Rockies have won 46, or 36.5%, of the 126 games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
Colorado has a record of 9-40, a 18.4% win rate, when it’s set as an underdog of +181 or more by oddsmakers this season.
The Giants have combined with opponents to hit the over on the total 60 times this season for a 60-78-3 record against the over/under.
The Rockies and their opponents have gone over the total this season in 65 of their 141 opportunities.
Giants Stats & Insights
The Giants have the No. 22 offense in MLB action scoring 4.3 runs per game (612 total runs).
San Francisco averages 1.1 home runs per game to rank 21st in baseball with 154 total home runs .
The Giants’ .239 batting average ranks 24th in MLB.
San Francisco’s 9.4 strikeouts per game are the fifth-most in MLB.
The pitching staff for the Giants has a collective 8.6 K/9, which 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 rank 19th in the majors with 620 total runs scored this season.
Colorado ranks 28th in Major League Baseball with just 137 home runs as a team.
The Rockies’ .248 batting average ranks 16th in the league this season.
Colorado ranks just 27th in MLB in strikeouts per game with an average of 9.5 whiffs per contest.
The Rockies strike out just 7.1 batters per nine innings as a pitching staff, worst in MLB.
Colorado has the 30th-ranked ERA (5.73) in the majors this season.
Giants Key Players to Watch
Winn (0-2) takes the mound for the Giants to make his third start of the season.
Wilmer Flores leads San Francisco with 22 home runs this season. He’s batting .289 with 54 RBI.
LaMonte Wade Jr has 95 hits and an OBP of .370 to go with a slugging percentage of .404 this season.
J.D. Davis leads San Francisco in RBI with 64 while batting .252 with 17 home runs.
Thairo Estrada leads San Francisco in batting average (.272) this season while adding 11 home runs and 44 RBI.
Rockies Key Players to Watch
Lambert (3-6) will take to the mound for the Rockies and make his 11th start of the season.
Ryan McMahon leads the Rockies in home runs (22) and runs batted in (69).
Ezequiel Tovar is batting .253 with 31 doubles, three triples, 15 home runs and 23 walks.
Elias Diaz leads the Rockies with a team-best batting average of .268.
Charlie Blackmon has 16 doubles, four triples, seven home runs and 35 walks while hitting .284.
Giants and Rockies Injuries
Giants: Michael Conforto: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Ross Stripling: 15 Day IL (Back), Anthony DeSclafani: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Roberto Pérez: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Mark Mathias: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Cole Waites: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Thomas Szapucki: 60 Day IL (Arm), Patrick Bailey: 7 Day IL (Concussion), 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)