Colorado vs San Francisco Predictions
|*Community||SF -156 55%||o/7.5 58%|
*Consensus from 1638 predictions.
|5295th||Earned Run Average||4.3716th|
This is a great match up for Chi Chi and you really can't ask for more. Especially since he's a ground ball pitcher as it is and if he gives up a big fly ball, he has more room to work with in San Fransico. Mad Bum is more of a name now a days but he does have some great starts left in him and this is a very familiar lineup to him. We just saw Jon Gray and Drew Pomeranz finish a game 2-0 and I'm not seeing many ways to a shootout here. I love this 8 which is very high for candlestick park. I'll ride the under tonight
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This will be a meaningful start for Gonzalez, who missed essentially two seasons after undergoing Tommy John elbow surgery in 2017. He's coming off an outing for Triple-A Albuquerque in which he allowed one run and struck out seven in six innings. Giants are going with their ace Bumgarner (which him being the ace these days is debatable). The left-handed "ace" didnt complete five innings for the first time this season in his last start, when he gave up six runs on 10 hits in 3 2/3 innings in a loss to the Dodgers. Giants are the safe bet here but I just don't think Bumgarner is the same guy we saw 2 years ago, I'll take a flyer on Gonzales and the 3rd ranked offense of the Rockies.90%
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San Francisco Giants (56% consensus). The Colorado Rockies got off to a great start on their nine-game road trip before stalling, but they got back on the right track in the opener of their series against the San Francisco Giants. Colorado looks to continue going in the right direction when they visit San Francisco on Tuesday for the middle contest of their three-game set... http://bit.ly/2E6om38
Betting Prediction for Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants on June 25, 2019, 9:45 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Colorado will Win and the Total will go Under .
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McCovey Chronicles: Giants vs. Rockies, 6/24
I'd say the Giants caught a break tonight: no Ian Desmond in the lineup. He is, as you know, having a Desmondaissance -- an .805 OPS overall this season, and 1.103 against lefties. And yet...
RF -- Charlie Blackmon
CF -- David Dahl
3B -- Nolan Arenado
1B -- Daniel Murphy
2B -- Ryan McMahon
LF -- Raimel Tapia
SS -- Pat Valaika
C -- Tony Wolters
SP -- Jon Gray
... Drew Pomeranz dodges an Ian-shaped bullet.
Denver Post: Rockies use clutch start by Jon Gray, David Dahl's long ball to beat Giants in series opener
SAN FRANCISCO -- Gutsy pitching and a single, sweet swing from David Dahl got the Rockies back on track at Oracle Park on Monday night.
Jon Gray delivered just what the doctor ordered following three straight walk-off losses in Los Angeles, as the right-hander tossed six scoreless innings. Meanwhile, Dahl's ninth longball of the season was the separator while Gray and the Colorado bullpen took care of the rest in a 2-0 win over San Francisco.
Gray's initial stress test came in the opening inning, when a single and a walk led to a jam.
Purple Row: Rockies 2, Giants 0: Jon Gray and the bullpen shut out Giants
Jon Gray and the Rockies bullpen helped get the team back to its winning ways on Monday night by shutting out the Giants 2-0. The win brings the Rockies to 41-37 and into sole possession of the second wild card spot.
It would be unfair to say Jon Gray has had a bad season, especially after the roller coaster that was 2018, but there haven't been many standout performances. But on Monday night by the Bay he assuredly put up one of his best starts of the season, throwing six shutout innings, allowing just four hits, two walks, and striking out six.
San Jose Mercury News: Punchless Giants lose to Rockies despite Pomeranz effort
SAN FRANCISCO -- Drew Pomeranz struck out 11 batters in five innings but paid for his lone mistake Monday night as the Giants lost 2-0 to the Colorado Rockies at Oracle Park.
After recording five of his first six outs by strikeout, Pomeranz gave up a bloop single to Charlie Blackmon and a two-run homer to David Dahl to account for the scoring before a crowd of 30,018.
Jon Gray got the win, pitching six innings of shutout ball to improve to 8-6 for the Rockies (41-37). He was followed by Jairo Diaz, Scott Oberg and Wade Davis, the latter getting his 10th save.