When the Colorado Rockies (10) play the Philadelphia Phillies (10-6) on Wednesday, they will go to Citizens Bank Park to do so (7-10). In this game, the Rockies are favoured by +120, while the Phillies are favoured by -140, so the odds are in their favour. The Rockies have hit 17 home runs and have had 31 doubles as a team, which is a lot. Colorado has a.424 slugging percentage, having struck out 125 times while collecting 44 walks. The Colorado Rockies score 4.6 runs per game as a team, which ranks 9th in MLB. A batting average of.263 is what they have this season; they have scored 68 runs and made 141 base hits. As a team, they’ve scored seventy-three runs and hit.327.
There are relief pitchers for the Rockies with a save percentage of 75%. They have pitched in 22 save chances. For the season, bullpen pitchers have given up 39 runners, and 35.9% of them have scored a run for their team. Relief pitchers for the Colorado Rockies have pitched with runners on base 17 times and in high-leverage situations 20 times. So far this season, the Rockies have used 55 pitchers from their bullpen to start games on the field. They have ten holds so far this season (11th in the league). During the whole season, they have 9 saves. They also have blown three of their 12 chances to save.
It’s been a good start to the season for the Colorado Rockies. They have 429 saves, 176 assists, and 11 mistakes so far. They have a.982 fielding percentage, which ranks them 24th in professional baseball, and they have turned 23 double plays. As a team, the Rockies have made 65.5 percent of balls in play into outs, which puts them 28th in baseball.
Philly has hit 16 home runs this season and 69 runs scored. They have 34 doubles, have walked 51 times, and have scored 72 runs so far this season. This year, the Philadelphia Phillies have a batting average of.252 and an on-base percentage of.319, which is good for the whole team. There are 4.24 runs scored per game for the Phillies, who have a slugging percentage of.406 (11th in MLB). Their record is 12th in the league. They’ve been called out 144 times, which is 12th, and they’ve hit 141 people.
There are a lot of bad things about the Phillies this season, but they have the best record in the league at 1.216 and 3.74. K/BB is 2.66 right now (141 strikeouts against 53 walks). With 127 hits allowed, they are 19th in the league as a pitcher. They’ve given up 14 home runs and 4.68 runs per nine innings so far this season (22nd in baseball). Philly’s pitching staff has given up 77 runs this season and has an ERA of 4.44 for the team (73 earned runs yielded).
Phillies have 7 holds and 1 blown save in 12 chances. Philadelphia’s bullpen pitchers have come into the game in five save situations and have made four saves. It has happened nine times when the game is very important, and 18 times when there are runners on base. There were 28 base runners handed to the Philadelphia bullpen pitchers, and they earned 39.3% of the runs they were given on those bases. At the moment, they are 7th in baseball with an 80.0 percent save rate; they’ve sent 57 relief pitchers to the field this season.
It took the Phillies 1,332 innings on the field to have a defensive efficiency rate of 70.4 percent, which means they did a good job (17th in pro baseball). There have been 15 double plays this season for the Philadelphia Phillies. They have a fielding percentage of.985 (18th in MLB). There have been 165 assists, 9 errors, and 444 putouts for the Phillies so far this season.
Pick: Take Philadelphia (-140)