Colorado vs Boston Predictions
|*Community||BOS -150 72%||o/9 63%|
*Consensus from 1578 predictions.
|5154th||Earned Run Average||4.6014th|
Everything stacks up well to bet the OVER 9 on this one. Both teams are top 3 in runs scored in the last month with the Rockies in 2nd in OPS vs Lefties in that time period and the BoSox are 4th in OPS vs RHP. The Total has gone Over in 10 of the Rockies last 11 and for Boston, the total has been over in 5 straight home games!60%
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Chris Sale is the...— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) May 15, 2019
- 1st pitcher since Max Scherzer (May 11, 2016) to strike out 17+.
- 1st LHP with 17+ K since Johan Santana (Aug. 19, 2007).
- 1st Red Sox pitcher to do so since Pedro Martnez (May 6, 2000).
- 1st pitcher to EVER strike out 17+ in 7 or fewer IP. pic.twitter.com/IulhkL73J5
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Boston Red Sox (66% consensus). A two-game interleague series between the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox features the four players with the most extra-base hits in the majors since 2015. Colorado's duo did its part in the series opener, negating a record-setting effort by Boston's pitching staff and putting the Rockies in position to complete a two-game sweep of the host Red Sox on Wednesday night... http://bit.ly/2uz3ylq
Betting Prediction for Colorado Rockies vs Boston Red Sox on May 15, 2019, 7:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Boston will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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Over the Monster: Red Sox 6, Rockies 5: Michael Chavis walks it off
This was certainly a baseball game. For a bit, it seemed like it was going to be a repeat of Tuesday's game. The Red Sox jumped out to an early lead on Wednesday scoring five runs in the first three innings against Rockies pitcher German Marquez. Meanwhile, Eduardo Rodriguez looked good for most of his start, with just a brief hiccup in the fourth. Then, for some reason, he was brought back out for the seventh with 99 pitches under his belt. That did not go well, and he and Matt Barnes combined to tie the game.
Purple Row: Rockies 5, Red Sox 4: Rockies overcome a whole bunch of strikeouts to win in extra innings
The Colorado Rockies made 11 innings worth of outs against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night. Eight innings worth of those outs came via strikeout. You read that correctly: they struck out a staggering 24 times, with each hitter who appeared striking out at least once.
And they still won! Clutch hitting and a lot of gritty pitching led the Rockies to a 5-4 win on the road in 11 innings.
With the game tied in the top of the 11th and with two guys on and two strikes against him, Reynolds got on a top of a high fastball to single in the winning run.
Over the Monster: Red Sox 4, Rockies 5: Wasting an all-time Sale Day
This was a brutal loss. After winning their previous five games it's hard to be mad about a single loss, of course. It was bound to happen. But given the specifics around this particular game, it hurts. Chris Sale was absolutely magnificent in his start on Tuesday, showing some of the best stuff we've ever seen from him. That's obviously saying something. The lefty struck out the first six batters he saw and eight of the first nine, eventually getting through seven innings with 17 strikeouts. It was the most ever for a seven-inning start.