Odds Shark Top Sportsbooks
*Terms and Conditions apply to all bonus offers on this website. Visit operator for details.

UNDER Trending at Coors Field in Second of Three with Giants and Rockies

Giants vs Rockies Betting Odds

The San Francisco Giants are 9-5 against the Colorado Rockies this season, yet they are a slight +115 underdog tonight with the Rockies coming back at -125. Madison Bumgarner faces off against Jon Gray on the mound with the total opening at 11.5 runs.

Giants vs Rockies Game Center

Standout Stats

  • Colorado is 4-7 SU and 5-6 ATS through its last 11 games. The Rockies are also 28-26 at Coors Field this season.
  • San Francisco is 6-5 SU and 7-4 ATS in its last 11 contests. The Giants have a winning record of 30-27 on the road in 2019 and are 9-5 vs the Rockies as well.
  • The total has gone UNDER in eight of the Rockies’ last 10 matches, including its last six in a row, with an average combined score of 8.3. Similarly, the total has gone UNDER in seven of the Giants’ last 11 with an average combined score of 7.55. Lastly, the total has gone UNDER in eight of the 14 meetings between these clubs in 2019 with an average combined score of 9.93.
  • San Francisco is 13-10 behind Madison Bumgarner this season and he is 6-7 with a 3.74 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP. He has tossed 15 quality starts in 2019 as well.
  • He is averaging 9.02 K/9, 1.87 BB/9 and 1.16 HR/9 rates this season which are right around his career averages.
  • Opponents are hitting .246 against Bumgarner, which is the highest since the 2011 season and of the contact against, 44.8 percent has been hard hit and 14.2 percent has been soft hit. The Rockies rank 26th in hard-hit percentage vs LHP over the last 30 days.
  • Bumgarner has a 4.27 ERA and a .272 opponent batting average over his 10 road appearances this season. He averages higher BB/9 and HR/9 rates compared to his home outings. Lastly, he has higher hard-hit and lower soft-hit percentages as well.
  • Colorado is 13-9 over Jon Gray’s 22 starts in 2019 and he is 10-7 with a 3.88 ERA and a 1.36 WHIP, including one brief relief appearance. Gray has tossed 12 quality starts as well.
  • He is averaging the lowest K/9 rate since his rookie campaign while having the highest BB/9 rate of his career.
  • Opponents are hitting .252 against Gray and of the batted balls against, 38.6 percent has been hard hit and 15.7 percent has been soft hit. The Giants rank 18th in hard-hit percentage vs RHP over the last 30 days.
  • Gray has a 3.55 ERA and a .255 opponent batting average over his 11 trips to the mound at Coors Field this year. He averages lower K/9, BB/9 and HR/9 rates compared to his road outings. He also has higher soft-hit and lower hard-hit percentages.
  • The Giants are 41-37 against right-handed starters this season, sitting 25th in batting average and 23rd in runs scored vs RHP. Over the last 30 days, San Francisco sits 13th in batting average and fourth in runs scored vs righties.
  • The Rockies are 19-25 against left-handed starters in 2019, ranking eighth in batting average and first in runs scored, while having the most plate appearances vs southpaws. Colorado is 29th in batting average and 22nd in runs scored vs LHP over the last 30 days.

My Best Bet for San Francisco vs Colorado

Giants Moneyline

San Francisco has performed very well against Colorado this season, sporting a record of 9-5 and now it trots out its ace Madison Bumgarner. Now, MadBum has underperformed on the road this season, but he still has what it takes to keep the team in a winning position. Additionally, the Giants have been the better team all-around since the All-Star break and I like the underdog value.