For the Chicago Cubs, they will send left-hander Justin Steele to the mound to start the game. He made his 2022 debut last Saturday against the Milwaukee Brewers.
With 77 pitches, he threw five shutout innings, allowing four hits, one walk, and striking out five. He made his MLB debut in 2021 and he made 20 appearances (9 starts) at the MLB level with a 4.26 ERA, a 100 ERA+, a 5.52 FIP, and a high home run rate (1.9 HR/9).
For the Colorado Rockies, lefty Kyle Freeland will toe the slab for them. He started for the Rockies on Opening Day against the Dodgers. He struggled on Opening Day overall as he went 3 2/3 innings allowing five runs. Prior to the fourth inning, he only allowed one hit and one walk.
But in the fourth, he allowed three of the five runs before he left the game and the bullpen allowed the inherited runners to score.
What time is the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game today?
First pitch is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. (Mountain)/7:40 p.m. (Central).
Where can I watch the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game?
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will broadcast the game from Colorado’s point of view and The Marquee Network will broadcast the game for the Cubs.
The game will also be on MLB.TV (subject to MLB blackout rules). Additionally, the Rockies will broadcast the game in Spanish but only on radio.
What are some of the odds for the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game?
The money line for Chicago is +117 and -127 for Colorado. The total over/under runs are set at 11.5 while Chicago’s over/under is at 5.0 and Colorado’s is at 5.5.
What is an option to live stream the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game?
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