Colorado Rockies vs New York Mets: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Citi Field, New York, NY

When: Friday, June 7th at 7:10 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): Rockies TV/Radio: Root Sports, KOA 850 AM. Mets TV/Radio: SNY, WCBS 880 AM.

Team Notes

Colorado Rockies

The Rockies have climbed above .500 with a 31-28 record, placing 2nd in the NL West.

Colorado has a 41% chance to make the playoffs and a 1.3% win probability to take the World Series crown according to Baseball Reference.

The Rockies have 22-1 odds to win the National League and are 50-1 to win the World Series.

New York Mets

The Mets have struggled to stay above .500 on the season, posting a 28-31 overall record.

New York has a 12.2% chance to make the postseason and a 0.4% probability to take the World Series crown.

The Mets have slipped to 15-1 to win the NL title and 30-1 to win the 2019 World Series.

Pitcher Notes

Colorado Rockies: Antonio Senzatela (3-2, 5.35 ERA)

Senzatela has been solid in his last two starts, throwing 12 innings over the two wins, allowing just three earned runs.

In his last start, the Rockies starter threw a quality start with one earned run over 6 innings against the Blue Jays at Coors Field.

  • In May, Senzatela struck out 18 in 29.2 innings but allowed a 6.98 ERA.
  • The Rockies starter has allowed 18 baserunners in his last two starts, but only allowed three combined runs.
  • Senzatela has given up nine homers in his 54 innings pitched this season.

New York Mets: Jacob deGrom (3-5, 3.71 ERA)

The 2018 NL Cy Young winner has allowed two runs or less in his last three starts.

In his last start against Arizona, deGrom struck out seven batters over 6.2 innings only surrendering one earned run.

  • deGrom has surrendered nine homers in 69.2 innings this year.
  • deGrom allowed a 2.92 ERA in his five May starts, after blowing up a 6.30 ERA in April.
  • Opposing hitters have struck out 84 times in 69.2 innings versus deGrom.

Hitter Notes

Colorado Rockies

Away from Coors Field, the Rockies continue to underwhelm scoring 4.57 runs per contest.

Colorado is the best scoring team in baseball at home with a 6.30 runs per game average.

  • 1B Daniel Murphy is 4 for 19 off deGrom, with one triple and four strikeouts.
  • RF Charlie Blackmon is 2 for 19 versus deGrom with a one double.
  • 3B Nolan Arenado is 2 for 17 with four strikeouts off the Mets’ right-hander.

New York Mets

The Mets are 9th in baseball, scoring 5.12 runs per game at Citi Field.

New York is almost a full run more at home than on the road in 2019.

  • Senzatela has limited experience against the hitters in the Mets lineup.
  • OF Michael Conforto is 0 for 1 versus the Rockies’ righty with one strikeout.
  • SS Amed Rosario is 0 for 1 against Senzatela in his only matchup against the righty.

Roster Notes

Colorado Rockies

  • SP Tyler Anderson is on the shelf after having knee surgery and has yet to receive a return date.
  • RP Wade Davis has a strained oblique and is on the 10-day IL.
  • OF Charlie Blackmon should return soon from a calf strain but remains on the 10-day IL.

New York Mets

  • OF Jeff McNeil has returned to the lineup from the 10-day IL stint he had for hamstring tightness.
  • INF Jed Lowrie is on another rehab stint after being moved to the 60-day IL with lingering knee pain.
  • 2B Robinson Cano is running and could be back soon from a quad pull.

Game Odds Colorado Rockies vs New York Mets

If you reside in New Jersey you can bet on the Rockies vs Mets at 888Sport and BetStars. Good luck!

Moneyline

SportsbookRockiesMetsLink
888Sport NJ+163-200
BetStars NJ+170-212 

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Total Runs

Sportsbook Over 7.5  Under 7.5Link
888Sport NJ-107-114
BetStars NJ-105-118

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Run Line

SportsbookRockies +1.5Mets -1.5Link
888Sport NJ-132+110
BetStars NJ-133+115 

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