The Rockies are coming off of a 2-5 homestand against the Miami Marlins and the Atlanta Braves so they are hoping to get back on track after that homestand and after going 7-20 in their last 27 games.
In San Francisco, the Rockies will have to deal with the typical summer weather: cool weather.
San Francisco weather for Tuesday, June 7
On Tuesday, the Oracle Park weather will be on the cool end for the Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants.
At game time (6:45 PM P.T./7:45 PM M.T.), temperatures will be in the low 60s with mostly cloudy skies, according to The Weather Channel. Winds will be blowing out to center field between 15 and 20 MPH. Temperatures will fall into the high 50s by the time the game will be ending but there is only a two percent chance of rain.
Germán Márquez (1-5, 6.71 ERA in 10 starts) will look to regain his previous All-Star pitching qualities for the Rockies and San Francisco will oppose with Carlos Rodón (4-4, 3.44 ERA in 10 starts).
San Francisco weather for Wednesday, June 8
On Wednesday, the Oracle Park weather will be very similar to Tuesday’s weather for the Rockies and Giants.
Temperatures will be slightly higher as it will be in the mid-60s with mostly cloudy skies at game time (6:45 PM P.T./7:45 PM M.T.). Winds will, again, be between 15 and 20 MPH and blowing out to center field. Temperatures will fall into the low 50s by the time the game finishes. The chance of rain is less than 10 percent.
Antonio Senzatela (2-3, 5.40 ERA in eight starts) will garner the start for Colorado and opposing him will be Alex Wood (3-5, 4.66 ERA).
San Francisco weather for Thursday, June 9
The Oracle Park weather will be much nicer for the Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants on Wednesday for their day game (12:45 PM P.T./1:45 PM M.T.)
High temperatures will reach 75 degrees but it will still be windy (15-20 MPH winds going out to right field). It will be mostly cloudy but the chance of rain is around five percent.
Like Germán Márquez on Monday, Austin Gomber (2-6, 6.54 ERA in 10 starts) will hope to turn the corner and see some success, especially since he is 0-4 with a 10.90 ERA in four career starts at Oracle Park. The Giants have not officially announced their starter but Alex Cobb (3-2, 5.73 ERA in eight starts) will make the start if he can. He has been dealing with a left hamstring issue but the Giants are optimistic that he will avoid the IL.
The Rockies will head to San Diego after the series to play four games in three days and the Giants will stay home and face the Dodgers.