The Chicago Cubs (4-3) will take on the Colorado Rockies (5-2) at Coors Field in Denver this evening in the third game of a four-game series after the two clubs split the first two games. We have the betting odds, lines, and matchups for the game.
For the Cubs, Mark Leiter, Jr. will make the start and it will be his season debut. Leiter has not pitched in an MLB game since 2018, when he spent the season with the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays. The last time he made a start at the MLB level was in his rookie season 2017 for the Phillies on September 27 against the Washington Nationals.
Colorado will send Antonio Senzatela to the mound in his second start of the season. In his first game of the season against the Los Angeles Dodgers, he only went 3 1/3 innings while allowing nine hits. He allowed four runs but only one of them was earned. He walked one and did not strike a batter out. In 2021, he made 28 starts with a 4.42 ERA (107 ERA+) with a 3.61 FIP, a 1.34 WHIP, and an average of 1.8 walks and 6.0 strikeouts per nine innings.
What time is the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game today?
Unlike the first two games of the series, first pitch is scheduled for 6:10 p.m. (Mountain)/7:10 p.m. (Central), or 30 minutes earlier than the first two games.
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. MLB Network will also be airing the game for those outside of the viewing market for each team.
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 +112 and -122 for Colorado. The total over/under runs are set at 12.0 while Chicago’s over/under is at 5.5 and Colorado’s is at 6.0.
What are some trends for the Chicago Cubs and the Colorado Rockies this season?
For betting trends for the Rockies, Friday’s game was the third game for the team in 2022 where the total runs hit the over (it was set at 10.0 and 11 runs were scored).
However, Friday was the first time where the Rockies’ opponent hit the over on their total runs in 2022.
What is an option to live stream the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game?
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