San Francisco Giants @ Colorado Rockies Matchup Preview - September 20th, 2022
The San Francisco Giants (70-77) will battle the Colorado Rockies (64-83) on Tuesday night. Oddsmakers peg the Rockies as the slight favorite with an implied win probablity of 52%, leaving the Giants with a 48% chance to record a win. Based on the current odds the Giants have an implied team total of 5.61 compared to 5.89 for the Rockies.
San Francisco Giants Insights
John Brebbia will hold the platoon advantage against 6 opposing hitters in this game.
The Colorado Rockies have just 1 same-handed RP in their bullpen, so Mike Yastrzemski has a strong chance of never losing the platoon advantage against the 'pen all game.
Today’s version of the Giants projected lineup is missing some of their usual firepower, as their .306 THE BAT X wOBA is considerably below their .317 overall projected rate.
Colorado Rockies Insights
Kyle Freeland's fastball velocity has decreased 1.1 mph this year (89.8 mph) below where it was last year (90.9 mph).
Extreme groundball batters like Brendan Rodgers tend to perform better against extreme flyball pitchers like Tyler Rogers.
The Colorado Rockies bullpen projects as the 10th-best in Major League Baseball, per THE BAT.
The Colorado Rockies have hit the 1st Five Innings (F5) Total Under in 15 of their last 26 games (+5.00 Units / 18% ROI)
The San Francisco Giants have hit the 1st Five Innings (F5) Total Over in 63 of their last 128 games (+4.10 Units / 3% ROI)
Brendan Rodgers has hit the Hits Under in his last 7 games (+7.50 Units / 54% ROI)