Rockies's Starting Hurler Jon Gray with a Forecasted Win Over the Padres

Thu, Aug 8, 2019 | Emma Botos


Jon Gray prepares to deliver a pitch for the Colorado Rockies in August 2018
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August 8, 2019 -- In a probable pitching match up between Jon Gray and Eric Lauer, the Rockies has an predicted 57.50% chance for a road over the Padres.

Likely starting pitcher for the Rockies, Jon Gray, will be paired with the hosting Padres's pitcher Eric Lauer. The Rockies starting pitcher is forecasted by our model to throw for 21.252 outs, allow 2.694 earned runs, and a 0.009 probability of a complete game. The Snoozle MLB model estimates Eric Lauer will have 3.151 earned runs, a predicted 20.716 outs, and 6.544 strike outs.

The Rockies's Charlie Blackmon and the Padres's Fernando Tatis Jr. will slug it out from the plate. The Rockies's Charlie Blackmon from the plate is forecast to score 0.898 runs, 0.789 RBIs and have a 0.377 OBP. Fernando Tatis Jr. is forecast to bat for 0.322 with 0.787 RBIs and 0.821 run scored.

For this game Rockies are the best value on the money line bets with on the -105 away odds and a predicted 57.50% likelihood to win. Based on the prediction model's over 67.41% likelihood and -110 odds, the over line with 8.5 runs is the best value.

Posted at Thu, August 8, 2019 13:03:23 UTC