The Washington Nationals will face the Colorado Rockies in a midday, day game on Saturday in the second of a three-game series. Here is some betting information as well as information on the game.
The Colorado Rockies will have Kyle Freeland (5-8, 4.76 ERA) on the mound and the Washington Nationals will have Patrick Corbin (8-14, 5.98 ERA) opposing Freeland.
What time is the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game today?
First pitch is scheduled for 4:10 p.m. (Eastern)/2:10 p.m. (Mountain)
What TV stations will show the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will carry the game from Colorado’s point of view while MASN2 (Mid-Atlantic Sports Network 2) will broadcast the game from Washington’s perspective. The game is also available on MLB.TV (blackout restrictions may apply).
What are some of the odds for the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
The money line for Colorado is +105 and -115 for Washington. Total over/under runs are set at 9.0 while Washington’s over/under is at 4.5 and Colorado’s is 4.0.
Colorado Rockies pitcher today: Kyle Freeland
The Colorado Rockies will have Kyle Freeland start the game for them and he has had more than his fair of struggles recently. In his first start in September (September 1) in Texas, Freeland was removed from the game after just 1+ inning due to a “left hip impingement.” The Rockies determined that Freeland was fine and he has made each of his scheduled starts since then.
However, in those two starts, Freeland is 0-2 with an ERA of 9.58 (FIP of 10.04). Against the Giants, Freeland went 4 1/3 IP and he allowed seven runs, including four home runs. In his last start in Philadelphia, he pitched better as he allowed four runs in six innings but he still walked four and he still got the loss.