St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies odds, picks and betting tips
The St. Louis Cardinals (81-63) continue their three-game set against the Colorado Rockies (61-84) Wednesday night at Coors Field at 8:40 p.m. ET.
Colorado surprised St. Louis in a rare Coors Field pitching duel, 2-1. It was one of nine one-run games in the majors Tuesday.
St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies: Projected Starting Pitchers
RHP Dakota Hudson vs. RHP Antonio Senzatela
Hudson searches for his 16th victory Wednesday. He enters 15-6 with a 3.40 ERA and 116 strikeouts across 153 2/3 innings, and the Cards are a perfect 6-0 across his past six outings, including a win on Aug. 24 against the Rockies. He allowed just two hits and three walks with two strikeouts across six scoreless innings in that impressive outing.
The Rockies turn to Senzatela, who is 8-10 with a 7.19 ERA across 102 2/3 innings. Colorado enters 0-4 across his past four outings, although they are 2-1 in his past three starts at home. The last time he faced St. Louis, he was hammered for six earned runs, five hits and two walks in just 1 2/3 innings in a loss at Busch Stadium on Aug. 25.
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St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies: By the Numbers
- The Cardinals are 8-2 over the past 10 outings on the road by Hudson, while going 20-7 across his past 27 starts overall.
- St. Louis has won 13 straight starts by Hudson against teams with a losing overall record, and they’re 7-0 in his past seven on the road against losing squads.
- The Rockies are 2-9 in Senzatela’s past 11 starts against NL Central foes while going 1-4 in his past five against winning teams.
- Colorado is 3-9 in the past 12 vs. RHP, and 1-4 in the past five at home against righties.
St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies: Odds, Picks and Betting Tips
Odds courtesy of BetMGM; for a full-set of today’s sports betting odds, access them at USA TODAY Sports.
Moneyline: The Cardinals (-167) will cost you a pretty penny, but they’re worth it against a Rockies (+135) side which has been downright awful. The Cards won’t lose to the lowly Rockies two nights in a row.
Run line: The Cards (- 1.5, -115) are a decent play with Hudson on the bump, especially since Senzatela has been so giving. Avoid the Rockies (+1.5, -106).
Over/under: The UNDER ( 13.5, -121) easily cashed Tuesday, and will do so again Wednesday. The under is 10-1-1 in Colorado’s past 12 at home against teams with a winning record, while going 12-4-1 in the past 17 on the road for St. Louis. The under is also 11-2 in the past 13 on the road vs. RHP for the Cards.
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