|Over 8 (-105) @ williamhill|
10* Over Rockies/Dodgers (10:05 ET): Colorado, who has gone Under in each of its last six games, was shut out 7-0 last night by Trevor Bauer and the Dodgers. It was the Rockies’ second straight shutout loss as they were also blanked 4-0 by the Giants on Monday. They’ve now lost four in a row, all on the road, and scored a grand total of four runs in those games. While I can’t say “I like their chances” tonight in LA, I do think they’ll be able to put at least a few runs on the board and that should be enough to send this Over.
The Dodgers have won four in a row and three of those have come via shutout! As anticipated, this is looking like a dominant ballclub as they’re now 9-2 on the season and one of those losses came Opening Day in Colorado. Last night matched their biggest margin of victory of the season as Bauer allowed only one hit over seven innings. The offense leads MLB in team batting average (.285) and is putting up nearly six runs per game.
Dustin May will start tonight’s game for the Dodgers, who look to move to 5-0 at home. May threw six shutout innings of two-hit ball in his first start, which was at Oakland. Yet that game ended up being a 10-3 final (in the Dodgers’ favor). Jon Gray, who starts for the Rockies tonight, took a no-hitter into the 7th inning his last time out. But he has struggled in the past vs. the Dodgers, especially here at Chavez Ravine where he’s 1-5 w/ a 6.84 ERA in six career starts. 10* Over Rockies/Dodgers