You can view the moneyline MLB odds for the Colorado Rockies’ next game below. They are the prices offered by sportsbooks on both teams involved and will have the final score once the game is over.
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The Colorado Rockies are a unique team in regards to betting because of the thin air, launching pad stadium they play their home games in. Coors Field has earned the reputation of being a field that bettors mostly despise because of its propensity to have HR’s come in bunches and inflate scores to double digits for both teams. This means that the Rockies will build their team around hitting and slugging, making Rockies odds some of the most intriguing.
You will often see totals of 11.5, 12.5 and even higher for Rockies home games, making handicapping which team will do the majority of the scoring that day that much tougher.
Colorado Rockies’ Standings
Until Colorado can find some consistent pitching, it’s going to be tough for the Colorado Rockies’ standings positioning to change much. Check here for this year’s current standings and find where the Rockies sit.
Bet On Colorado Rockies’ Games
Different baseball parks add unique challenges to MLB betting and while some differences at parks are almost negligible, the difference in Colorado is profound. The thin air in Colorado means that the ball flies out of there much more often, and even with a deeper outfield and the MLB rule to store baseballs in humidors within the stadium, runs can still come in a flurry there.
You’ll find that slumping offensive teams love to have a trip to Colorado on tap because at worst it will likely get most of their hitters back on track and confident again with numerous hits.
Since the results in Colorado can be so erratic at times, there are many MLB bettors that prefer to stay away from Rockies home games altogether. That in itself is a tricky proposition because bettors never want to avoid a certain team/stadium in general because of a perceived bias as they’ll end up costing themselves valuable and profitable betting situations.
Yet, that’s the stigma surrounding Coors Field.
Looking ahead, Colorado isn’t likely to have too many Cy Young winners on their staff because of the ballpark, and need to build a pitching staff that induces plenty of ground balls. Combine that and a lineup with mashers that hit plenty of fly balls and the Rockies will experience success as they did in 2007 en route to the World Series.
The problem with that is it’s really hard to entice pitchers to go play there and while sluggers love it there until this team produces more wins consistently, this team will likely remain stuck behind the Dodgers and Giants in the NL West for quite some time.