San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies: Saturday betting odds, lines, matchup, Larry Walker retirement ceremony

The San Francisco Giants will face the Colorado Rockies in the second game of a three-game series for the Giants at Coors Field. Here is some betting info as well as information on the game, in general.

The Colorado Rockies will have Jon Gray (8-11, 4.17 ERA) on the mound and the San Francisco Giants will oppose with Anthony DeSclafani (12-7, 3.23 ERA).

What time is the Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants game today?

First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 p.m. (Mountain)/5:10 p.m. (Pacific).

What TV stations will show the Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants game?

AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will carry the game from Colorado’s perspective while NBC Sports Bay Area will broadcast the game from the Giants’ point of view.

What are some of the odds for the Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants game?

The money line for Colorado is +130 and -140 for San Francisco. Total over/under runs are set at 11.5 while the Dodgers over/under is at 6.0 and Colorado’s is 5.0.

Colorado Rockies pitcher today: Jon Gray

Jon Gray, 29, could be making his final start at Coors Field in a Rockies uniform if he is not re-signed this offseason.

Saturday’s start will be his fourth start since returning from the 10-day IL due to right forearm tightness. In the three starts since his return, Gray has not gone the length that he would like and also has been a victim of some bad luck. He has averaged just 4 2/3 innings per start and he has an ERA of 4.50. However, his FIP in that span is 3.45, suggesting the aforementioned bad luck.

He has not gone six or more innings in a start since August 4 against the Cubs at Coors. That start was the final start in a seven start span when he went six innings or more. He had a five-inning start in June in Milwaukee before that seven start span when he went just five innings but struck out ten and didn’t allow a run but he was on a lower pitch count since he was just coming off the injured list then (right flexor strain).

Larry Walker’s #33 will be retired before the game

The Colorado Rockies’ first Hall of Famer, Larry Walker, will have his uniform number #33 retired on Saturday. If you are going to the game and want to see the festivities, here is the info on the timing and the events.

5:30 p.m. (M.T.) – Onfield ceremony with speeches, fireworks, the ceremonial first pitch, and an unveiling of #33 on the outfield wall

Fans have the opportunity to take photos with Walker’s actual Hall of Fame plaque – which is making a one-day visit away from Cooperstown. It will be featured just off the main concourse in centerfield and it will be there just after the onfield ceremonies until 8 p.m. Additionally, all fans entering the ballpark will receive a Larry Walker Hall of Fame Bobblehead, presented by King Soopers.

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