Let’s take a look at some very interesting trends for this Saturday matchup. MLB odds trends tell us that the Rockies had won 11 of the last 20 games between the two teams before this series began. What is interesting though is that this series is a road team dominated series. The Marlins had won 6 of the last 10 games between the two in MLB odds before yesterday’s game.
Florida started the season red-hot in terms of MLB odds then they cooled off. The Marlins were due for a drop considering their lineup is not that great and their pitching staff is young. Florida does have a great hitter in Hanley Ramirez though and some other young players like Jorge Cantu and Dan Uggla who can impact the MLB betting odds. Florida has some great young pitching as well led by Josh Johnson. The Marlins are one of those streaky teams that can be very interesting to follow in MLB odds.
Colorado has been a bit of a disappointment in MLB odds this season. Their offensive numbers are still decent but they are propped up by the thin air in Colorado. The pitching has simply not been very good though and that is the main reason the Rockies have struggled in MLB odds. Getting Aaron Cook back and healthy will help though but overall the Rockies still don’t have a fearsome starting rotation that can consistently win against the MLB betting odds.
There are some great MLB odds trends on the total in this series. The Over is 10-9-1 versus the MLB odds in the last 20 games but this is similar to the side where it is very ballpark oriented. The over is a sparkling 8-2 in the last 10 meetings between the two teams in Colorado as MLB betting odds indicate. Those numbers are before yesterday’s game. The teams played a four-game series last year in Colorado and all four games went over the MLB odds. Most of the time it wasn’t even close as the scores were 10-5, 12-6, 18-17 and 6-5.
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