San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies, first game of the series. The Giants return home after winning the series against the Diamondbacks 1-2 on the road. But at home things are still negative. The record is negative for more than six games and this is the second series against the Rockies this season. Visitors also have a negative record on the road. Also the last series was against the Dodgers and they had no luck to win the games.
San Francisco Giants: It’s home time.
The Giants have a negative record at home this season with 15 wins and 21 losses. The last series at home was against the Brewers. That series was winning 2-1. Also the series against Padres 2-1 at home. The last losing series at home was against the Dodgers 1-2. The record has improved a lot in the last ten games. 5-5 in the last 10 at home. The last game was against the Brewers and it was a 3-5 defeat.
At home the Giants are scoring an average of 3.22 runs per game, 2.97 walks, 7.36 hits, 0.67 home runs, 14.28 left on base. The defense has not been effective this season and they are allowing up to 5.03 runs per game, 3.14 walks, 9.03 strike outs, 8.97 hits, 1.22 home runs, 14.72 left on base. In the last series the Giants allowed up to 15 runs.
Drew Pomeranz will open the first game of the series. This season has been negative for Pomeranz with only two victories in eight games. 13 games as a starter. 7.09 ERA, 53.1 pitched innings, 69 hits, 44 runs, 14 home runs, 59 strike outs and 1,781 WHIP. Pomeranz’s last home win was recent against the Brewers 5-3.
Colorado Rockies: We need a victory.
The Rockies have a negative record on the road. 18 victories and 22 defeats. The team needs to win. The last home win was four days ago in the series against the Diamondbacks. That series was very good for the Rockies, the team finished with the Diamondbacks in three games 0-3. After that series, the Rockies were swept by the Dodgers 3-0 on the road. So far three consecutive defeats on the road.
On the road the Rockies are scoring an average of 4.50 runs per game, 2.42 walks, 8.10 hits, 1.07 home runs, 12.70 left on base. The defense allows up to 4.17 runs per game, 3.38 walks, 8.38 strike outs, 8.05 hits, 1.32 home runs, 13.68 left on base. 5-5 in the last ten games on the road for the Rockies this season.
Jon Gray will be available for the first game of this series. Gray has had a good season so far with 7 wins and only 5 losses in 15 games as a starter. 4.18 ERA, 90.1 pitched innings, 88 hits, 43 runs, 13 home runs, 97 strike outs, 1,373 WHIP. The last victory of Gray on the road was against the Diamondbacks 3-5.
My Free Pick & Prediction for San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies 06/24/2019 is: take the Colorado Rockies -114 (Moneyline).
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