Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants odds, picks and predictions


The Colorado Rockies (24-31) and San Francisco Giants (29-25) meet  Wednesday for the second game of a 3-game series at Oracle Park. First pitch is slated for a 9:45 p.m. ET. Let’s analyze Tipico Sportsbook‘s lines around the Rockies vs. Giants odds with MLB picks and predictions.

Season series: San Francisco leads 5-2. Colorado took game 1 of this series 5-3 Tuesday.

The Rockies had notched a 6.16 ERA over its previous 26 games, but RHP German Marquez and 3 relievers combined to pitch 8 scoreless innings after the Giants scored 3 runs in the first inning Tuesday.

The Giants were perhaps sleepwalking through much of Tuesday’s game in which they managed all of 5 hits. Tuesday’s affair was a return home after a 10-game road trip to Cincinnati, Philadelphia, and Miami.

Rockies at Giants projected starters

RHP Antonio Senzatela vs. LHP Alex Wood

Senzatela (2-3, 5.40 ERA) has registered a 1.97 WHIP, 2.1 BB/9 and 3.6 K/9 through 35 IP across 8 starts.

  • Allowed 6 earned runs on 13 hits across 5 1/3 innings last Wednesday against the Miami Marlins in his last start.
  • Owns a 9.00 ERA and 2.18 WHIP over his last 3 turns.
  • Has posted a 3.51 ERA at home and a 5.30 mark on the road since 2020.

Wood (3-5, 4.66 ERA) has made 10 starts this season. He has a 1.43 WHIP, 2.8 BB/9 and 9.3 K/9 through 48 1/3 IP.

  • Has held opponents to 3 runs or fewer in 5 of his last 6 starts.
  • Has allowed 3 ER in 9 2/3 IP in 2 starts against Colorado this season.
  • Owns a 3.20 ERA over his last 5 starts against the Rockies.

Rockies at Giants odds and lines

  • Money line: Rockies +180 (bet $100 to win $180) | Giants -230 (bet $230 to win $100)
  • Run line (RL): Rockies +1.5 (-112) | Giants -1.5 (-108)
  • Over/Under (O/U): 8.5 (O: -122 | U: -102)

Rockies at Giants picks and predictions


Giants 5, Rockies 3

Money line

PASS: the best leverage to be had here is on a low-scoring game with a line watch on the run line.

Run line/Against the spread

Colorado is tough on southpaws, but Wood’s success against the Rockies is compelling. The San Francisco port-sider has been unduly hurt by a .353 batting average on balls in play and a high rate of fly balls leaving the yard.

PASS for now, but keep an eye on this one. A play on the Giants at +100 or better has leverage.


Figure both offenses being a bit too far out over their skis overall. Depending on the starters, this series sets up as one for Unders having value. That angle produced a win Tuesday.

Both starters have been working through the amped-up traffic of high batting averages on balls in play.

BACK THE UNDER 8.5 (-102).

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