Rockies vs. Dodgers Prediction
We can expect another thrilling afternoon on Sunday as the Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers will fight for Game 3 of the NL West series on Coors Field.
Both the teams are expected to go all out to claim the lead in the series. Dodgers defeated the Rockies in game 1 with a score of 5-4 while the Rockies outlast the Dodgers to claim the 5-3 victory in game 2.
after winning a World Series a couple of years ago, the Dodgers are once again considered one of the best teams in baseball as they only seem to be getting better. With the addition of Freddie Freeman who’s having an MVP-caliber season, the dodgers have made their own big 3. The combination of Freeman, Mookie Betts, and Trea Turner is surely one of the toughest to deal with.
Additionally, the Dodgers have seen the emerging potential from its pitchers Tyler Anderson and Tony Gonsolin. Many expected that Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw will be the best arms for the Dodgers but it has been Gonsolin and Anderson for this year. This may not only surprise the opponents but may also surprise the Dodgers team as well.
Gonsolin is showing what a first-time All-Star can do as he currently has a 2.26 ERA with a record of 11-1 which is one of the best. This is far above Colorado’s veteran, German Marquez who has struggled until now with a record of 6-8.
With great core players, the Dodgers are expected to be a force and will push the Rockies to their fullest potential in the coming games.
For Matt McCuen, Dodgers on the -1 line will be the best bet for this game as Gansolin will be the one who gets the ball. He had a much better arm and it is believed to show off what an all-star is capable of.
The Dodgers have not been scoring many runs in this series, but it may change today. On the other hand, the Rockies still had a chance and may beat the odds. Let’s cash in and find out who will emerge as the victor in this battle.
Where and When to Watch Game 3
|Date:||July 31, 2022|
|Time:||3:10 pm ET|
|Where to Watch:||MLB.TV|
|% of Bets||91.78%||8.22%|
|% of Money||98.87%||1.13%|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||-182||-195|