The Colorado Rockies and Washington Nationals will wrap up their three-game series (as well as Colorado’s home portion of the 2021 schedule) on Wednesday afternoon at Coors Field.
For the finale, Colorado will send Peter Lambert (0-0, 4.91 ERA) to the mound for his second start of the season. The right-hander went 3.2 innings in his season debut on September 24 against the San Francisco Giants as he returned from Tommy John surgery. Meanwhile, Washington will counter with Paolo Espino (5-5, 4.01 ERA). It will be the 35th game of the year for the right-hander, and his 19th start.
What time is the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game today?
First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. (Mountain)/3:10 p.m. (Eastern).
What TV stations will show the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will broadcast the contest from Colorado’s perspective while MSN2 will televise the game from the Nationals’ point of view. In addition, MLB Network will broadcast the game nationally, as will MLB.TV. Both MLB-centered broadcasts, however, are subject to local blackout restrictions.
What are some of the odds for the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
The money line for Colorado is -170 and +145 for Washington. Total over/under runs are set at 12.5 while Washington’s over/under is at 6.0 and Colorado’s is 6.0.
What are some trends to know for the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
The Colorado Rockies snapped a five-game losing streak at home with a 3-1 win on Tuesday night. Washington, meanwhile, is now 4-5 on its current 10-game road trip and is 50-54 all-time at Coors Field.
Colorado holds a 3-2 edge in head-to-head matchups with Washington this season, including splitting the first two games of this series at Coors Field.
What is an option to live stream the Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals game?
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