The Colorado Rockies (16-11) will travel to Oracle Park on Monday in the hopes of defeating the San Francisco Giants (15-12).
The Colorado Rockies score 4.6 runs per game as a team, which ranks them sixth in MLB. They’ve scored a total of 125 runs while hitting.328 as a team. The Rockies have a total of 49 doubles and have hit 28 home runs this season. So far this season, they’ve accumulated 118 runs batted in and 236 base knocks, with a team batting average of.260. Colorado has a.418 slugging percentage and has been called out on strikes 204 times while walking 82 times.
Pitchers in the Rockies bullpen have faced runners on base 24 times and made 28 appearances in high-leverage situations. This season, relief pitchers had a total of 15 holds (14th in the league). The Rockies bullpen has an 81.3 percent save percentage and has pitched in 31 save opportunities. So far this season, they’ve made 13 saves and blown three of 16 save opportunities. On the season, the relievers have inherited 50 base runners, with 36.0 percent of them reaching first base. This season, the Rockies have sent 85 relievers to the mound.
So far this season, the Colorado Rockies have a total of 714 putouts, 296 assists, and 18 mistakes. They currently have a fielding percentage of.982, which ranks them 24th in MLB, and they have 41 double plays. In their 2,142 innings on the field, the Rockies have converted 66.5 percent of balls in play into outs, placing them 29th in MLB.
San Francisco has 28 home runs and 119 runs batted in on the season. They’ve hit 34 doubles, walked 95 times, and scored 127 runs. On the season, the San Francisco Giants have an OBP of.316 and a team batting average of.237. The Giants have a.371 slugging percentage and average 4.70 runs per game (5th in the league). They’ve been called out on strikes 230 times (16th in MLB) and have 212 hits to their credit.
San Francisco’s pitching staff has surrendered 104 runs thus far this season, with an ERA of 3.60. (96 earned runs relinquished). They’ve surrendered 16 long balls and 3.90 runs per nine innings (11th in the league). This season, the Giants have a team WHIP of 1.258 and a FIP of 2.93. The K/BB ratio for this team is 3.30. (241 strikeouts against 73 bases on balls). With 229. total hits allowed, they are presently ranked 26th in the league.
In 9 save opportunities, San Francisco has called on bullpen pitchers, and they have gone away with 7 saves. They have a 77.8 percent save rate and have used 111 relievers this season, which ranks them eighth in the league. Their relievers have entered the game 27 times in high-stakes situations, including 26 times with runners on base. Out of 35 inherited base runners, San Francisco bullpen pitchers have a 28.6% inherited score rate. The Giants have 14 holds and two botched saves in 23 save opportunities.
The Giants had a defensive efficiency of 66.8% in 2,163 innings on the field (28th in baseball). With 23 double plays, the San Francisco Giants have a fielding percentage of.986 (15th in baseball). The Giants have 247 assists, 14 mistakes, and 721 putouts so far this season.
Pick: Take Colorado