Colorado vs San Francisco Predictions
|*Community||COL -119 69%||o/7.5 53%|
*Consensus from 1351 predictions.
|.32613th||On Base Percentage||.30526th|
Pomernz pitched a freaking gem against the dodgers and he can do that from time to time. He's definatly in the right ball park to succeed and is a very ball park dependent pitcher. He got lit up in Coors (all fly ball pitchers do though) then went to oakland where he rejuvinated his career. Signed a big deal in Boston (another hitters park) and got lit up and had a horrible season. The he went to san diego and had a great year. But now he's in SF and you'd think he'd have better numbers but he really doens't. The rockies may not have story and he's be in a decent start, but they have plenty of right handed batters. Blackmon and Murphy have great numbers againsgt left handed pitchers too and I think the rockies put up some runs in this spot. Thne Jon gray may be in trouble himself because he has a history of being wild and having bad comand. THat won't bode well with the Giants team who's on top half of the league in walks. Hit the over
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F5 at -121 for me on the Rockies. They are mashing the ball and are 7-1-2 against lefties in the last 10 on the First 5 innings. Pomeranz has been just awful. In his last 7 Starts he's allowed 5+ 4 times. Jon Gray allowed just 1 ER in an April Start against the Giants. Giants have the worst f5 record in the league. Rockies have a .336 BA in the last 20 games in the first 5. Great bet here, folks.60%
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Betting Prediction for Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants on June 24, 2019, 10:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Colorado will Win and the Total will go Over .
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Denver Post: Right-hander Chi Chi Gonzalez to make Rockies debut Tuesday in San Francisco
Right-hander Chi Chi Gonzalez will make his Rockies debut Tuesday against the Giants, nearly three full years since the former first-round pick by the Rangers last pitched in the majors.
The 27-year-old appeared in parts of two seasons for Texas in 2015 and 2016 before a UCL injury derailed his career. He had Tommy John surgery to repair his right elbow in 2017, and missed most of 2018 as a result of the operation. Colorado signed him to a minor-league contract last December.
Gonzalez burst on the scene with Texas as a rookie, carrying a no-hitter into the sixth inning against the Red Sox in his debut before proceeding to throw a complete-game shutout in his second big-league outing.