At PNC Park on Monday, the Pittsburgh Pirates (16-24) open a three-game series against the Colorado Rockies (19-21), at 6:35 PM ET. JT Brubaker (0-4) will start for the Pirates, and Chad Kuhl (3-2) for the Rockies. The oddsmakers have spoken, making the Pirates (-140) a moderate moneyline favorite to defeat the Rockies (+120) at home.
Pirates vs Rockies Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Pirates vs Rockies Probable Starting Pitchers
JT Brubaker (RHP)
Chad Kuhl (RHP)
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Brubaker’s team is 1-2 this season when he starts and they are the moneyline favorite.
Over their last 10 games, Pittsburgh has been favored twice and split those games 1-1.
In their previous 10 games with a total, the Pirates and their opponents have combined to clear the over/under on two occasions.
The Pirates have been chosen as favorites in seven games this year and have walked away with the win four times (57.1%) in those games.
Pittsburgh has played as a favorite of -140 or more just one time this year and came away with a win in that game.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Pirates have a 58.3% chance of coming away with a victory in the contest.
Rockies Betting Tips
The Rockies have been the underdog on the moneyline in six of Kuhl’s starts this season, and they went 3-3 in those games.
Colorado was the underdog on the moneyline in seven of its last 10 games, and finished 2-5 in those matchups.
Over their last 10 matchups, the Rockies and their opponents combined to go over the run total seven times.
The Rockies have won 40.7% of the games this season they were the moneyline underdog (11-16).
When playing as a moneyline underdog with odds of +120 or longer, Colorado has a 5-13 record (winning just 27.8% of its games).
The Rockies have an implied moneyline win probability of 45.5% in this matchup.