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San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies 6/7/2023 Previews, Picks and Analysis

San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies 6/7/2023 Previews, Picks and Analysis

The San Francisco Giants (29-30) will face the Colorado Rockies (26-35) at Coors Field on Wednesday. The starting pitchers for the game will be Logan Webb for the Giants and Connor Seabold for the Rockies. The Giants are currently on a road trip and come into the game with a record just below .500. They have lost three out of their last four games, including a five-run loss to the Baltimore Orioles in their previous game. Anthony DeSclafani started that game for the Giants and gave up six runs on five hits in three innings, resulting in a loss. The Giants’ bullpen also struggled, allowing two more runs on five hits over the remaining six innings of the game.

Offensively, the Giants had a poor performance, managing only five hits in 31 at-bats. They failed to get any hits with runners in scoring position and left four men on base. Blake Sabol was the standout performer for the Giants, hitting a two-run home run in the sixth inning. Wilmer Flores also contributed by driving in the team’s third run.

The Giants have hit 98 doubles and 78 home runs as a team. Their slugging percentage is .417, and they have struck out 583 times while drawing 191 walks. They are averaging 4.5 runs per game, ranking 14th in the league. The Giants have recorded 262 RBIs and 497 base hits, with a team batting average of .247. Their on-base percentage is .319, and they have scored 266 runs.

On the pitching side, the Giants have a team ERA of 3.99, which is the 12th best in the league. They have struck out 521 hitters and allowed 66 home runs and 265 runs, placing them 15th in baseball. The pitching staff has issued 163 walks, and their FIP (Fielding Independent Pitching) is 4.02 for the season. The Giants have given up 498 hits, averaging 8.6 hits per 9 innings, and 232 earned runs. Their K/BB ratio is 3.20, and their WHIP (Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched) is 1.27.

  • In their last six games, the Giants have a record of 2-4. 
  • However, they have been successful in their recent meetings with the Rockies, winning their last nine matchups. 
  • On the road, the Giants have won four out of their last five games.

San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies 6/7/2023 Previews, Picks and Analysis

On the other side, the Colorado Rockies return home with a record nine games below .500 after a two-run loss to the Kansas City Royals. Kyle Freeland started that game for the Rockies, giving up two runs on four hits in seven innings and taking the loss. The Rockies’ bullpen performed well, not allowing any runs or hits in the final three innings of the game.

Offensively, the Rockies struggled, collecting only eight hits in 35 at-bats. They failed to get any hits with runners in scoring position and left all eight men on base. Elias Diaz has been the leading hitter for the Rockies this season with a .309 batting average and 56 hits. Ryan McMahon has provided power for the team, leading in hits with nine and RBIs with 34.

The Rockies have a slugging percentage of .403 and average 4.48 runs per game, ranking 15th in MLB. They have hit 133 doubles, drawn 172 walks, and scored 273 runs. The Rockies have hit 49 home runs and recorded 263 RBIs. They have struck out 531 times, ranking 11th in the league, and have 536 base hits. Their on-base percentage is .318, and their team batting average is .259.

The Colorado pitching staff has surrendered 330 runs this season, resulting in an ERA of 5.13 (301 earned runs). They have given up 79 home runs and an average of 5.62 runs per nine innings, ranking 29th in baseball. The Rockies have a team WHIP of 1.480 and a FIP of 4.96. Their K/BB ratio is 7.50 (439 strikeouts vs. 225 walks), and they have allowed 557 hits, ranking 28th in MLB.

  • In their last seven games, the total has remained under in five of the Rockies’ matchups. 
  • They have a record of 2-6 in their last eight games. 
  • At home, the total has gone over in five out of their last six games.

San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies. Given the pitching matchup, the San Francisco Giants have a significant advantage in this game. Logan Webb is expected to outperform Connor Seabold and lead the Giants to victory. Therefore, the pick for this contest is the San Francisco Giants. The predicted final score is a 7-1 win for the Giants.

MLB Starting Time: 8:40 PM ET

Location: Coors Field in Denver, Colorado

Date: Wednesday, June 7, 2023

TV: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain

MLB Odds/Point Spread: San Francisco Giants -140    

MLB Totals: 11.5


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