San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies, NL West Division game. The two worst teams in the division play tonight looking to improve the record. The Giants have a slightly better record than the Rockies, but for just one more victory. So far the two teams have negative records in the first weeks of the MLB. The Rockies tonight expect to end up with a losing streak of five games. The Giants have barely won three games in the entire month of April.
San Francisco Giants: Disaster at home.
The Giants lost three of the first four games of the opening in a long series against San Diego Padres on the road. After that series they lost another 2-1 against the Dodgers. Just in April they played at home, lost a series against the Rays 2-1 and again against the Padres 2-1. Only two wins at home in the four games of the season. The last home loss was against San Diego Padres 1-3.
At home the Giants are scoring an average of 3.50 runs per game, 6.67 hits, 0.50 home runs and an average of 13.83 left on base. The defense allows 3.83 runs per game with 23 runs allowed at home since the start of the season. Jeff Samardzija (r) will be the opener tonight. This is the third game of the season for Samardzija.
The ATS record so far is negative with 2-4 at home. The sample is short, six games is not so reliable. The last victory against the Rockies was last year in September at home. The most recent defeat was the following day at home during the same series.
Colorado Rockies: It’s not the best start.
The Rockies are last in the West Division of the NL. The record is three wins and nine losses. The last five games, all at home, have been hard defeats. The last loss was against Atlanta Braves at home 1-7, and the last on the road against Tampa Bay Rays 1-0. The record on the road is negative with 3-4.
On the road the Rockies are scoring an average of 2.43 runs per game, 6.57 hits, 0.29 home runs, 1.86 walks and an average of 11.43 left on base. The pitcher to open the series tonight is Jon Gray (r). Only two games this season for Gray, both games defeats. 5.68 IT WAS for him.
The ATS record is negative with 3-4-0. At least on the road the Rockies have only allowed 25 runs and not at home with 44 runs this season. The probability of victory on the road is .429 so far.
My Free Pick & Prediction for San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies 04/11/2019 is: take the Over 7.5 (TOTALS).
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