MLB betting games on ESPN has the San Francisco Giants hosting the Colorado Rockies this Wednesday in the finale of their three-game series.
Matt Cain is scheduled to get the start on Wednesday which might mean gamblers that bet on MLB action lean to the Giants.
MLB betting stats have Cain at 13-5 on the season with a 2.61 ERA. Jorge De La Rosa gets the start for Colorado and he actually has more wins than Cain at 14 but his ERA is 4.37. De La Rosa pitched well on Friday against San Diego but did not get a decision.
Cain has faced the Rockies 17 times in his career as bet on MLB stats had it. This season the Giants are 3-1 in MLB betting against the Rockies in Cain’s starts. His last MLB betting start against them was a no-decision back in late August as he gave up four runs in six innings.
Before this MLB betting series began the Rockies had lost six of the last ten games at San Francisco. They had really struggled earlier this season at San Francisco, losing five of the six meetings. One interesting trend has many of the games going under the MLB betting total at San Francisco. Four of the six before the sports betting series had gone under with one tie. With the Giants sending Cain in this matchup it could be low scoring once again.
The Giants are facing a critical time in online betting as the Rockies could easily get away from them and put the Wild Card race to bed. Colorado can actually win games on the road in MLB betting and that is why they have outdone San Francisco in the overall standings. The Giants really struggle away from home in baseball sports betting. The Rockies are in the Top 5 in runs scored as bet on MLB stats show and in the Top 10 in fewest runs allowed. That is a good MLB betting combination.
The Giants have been great at home this season in MLB betting and that is why they are still in the race. Their pitching with Cain, Tim Lincecum and Barry Zito has been solid all MLB betting season.
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