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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 7/11/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -175

-1.5  +155



ARIZONA (51 - 41) at COLORADO (46 - 45)
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Wednesday, 7/11/2018 8:40 PM
Board OpeningLatest
909ARIZONA+130Ov 12,+100+115Ov 11.5,-110
910COLORADO-140Un 12,-120-125Un 11.5,-110
ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games51-41+6.843-444.50.2320.3060.3870.6933.80.2360.3000.3790.680
Road Games25-18+9.623-184.50.2260.2990.3910.6903.70.2370.3040.3720.676
vs Right-handed Starters31-28+0.429-284.60.2280.3070.3750.6813.80.2420.2990.3880.687
Past 7 Games4-3-0.73-46.00.2610.3390.4330.7724.10.2360.3070.3690.676
Grass Games51-41+6.843-444.50.2320.3060.3870.6933.80.2360.3000.3790.680
Night Games38-25+11.331-284.80.2360.3120.4020.7143.80.2340.2980.3770.675
ARIZONA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.50.2320.30692309471713230960.3873913318454560863378932
Road Games4.50.2260.299431467332749500.3911871524071727330203813
Righty Starters4.60.2280.3075919554468018570.3752512215482738440255819
ARIZONA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.521.135321.799902543011127816-16261072.2%
Road Games2.481.150148.7454112214491409-613476.5%

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games46-45+0.442-454.70.2520.3130.4130.7265.00.2590.3280.4210.749
Home Games18-23-13.418-235.20.2760.3380.4530.7916.10.2840.3520.4680.820
vs Right-handed Starters27-26+1.528-234.80.2510.3130.4130.7265.60.2700.3420.4390.781
Past 7 Games5-2+41-54.70.2690.3120.4410.7522.30.2000.2730.3320.605
Grass Games46-45+0.442-454.70.2520.3130.4130.7265.00.2590.3280.4210.749
Night Games35-24+11.226-294.90.2610.3250.4310.7564.50.2490.3180.4000.718
COLORADO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2520.313913098782136201070.4134082757924558081369438
Home Games5.20.2760.3384113903846716490.4532021293441727844135017
Righty Starters4.80.2510.3135318144568713600.4132421644642433149195424
COLORADO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.351.483292.71891742963813828412-19281565.1%
Home Games6.191.589145.311210016321681244-108850%
ARIZONA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/27/2018RAY(L)@ MIAMICHEN(L)2-1W-1657.5 unU650340
6/28/2018GREINKE(R)@ MIAMIRICHARDS(R)4-0W-1657.5 unU117210100
6/29/2018CORBIN(L)SAN FRANCISCOSUAREZ(L)1-2L-1357 ovU781650
6/30/2018MILLER(R)SAN FRANCISCORODRIGUEZ(R)0-7L-1258.5 unU7701281
7/1/2018GODLEY(R)SAN FRANCISCOHOLLAND(L)6-9L-1358 ovO1310016140
7/2/2018RAY(L)ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)3-6L-1458 unO9601051
7/3/2018GREINKE(R)ST LOUISFLAHERTY(R)4-2W-1357.5 unU640770
7/4/2018CORBIN(L)ST LOUISMIKOLAS(R)4-8L-1308 unO81111392
7/5/2018MILLER(R)SAN DIEGOLAUER(L)3-6L-1408.5 unO1191830
7/6/2018GODLEY(R)SAN DIEGOLUCCHESI(L)3-1W-1407.5 ovU681550
7/7/2018RAY(L)SAN DIEGOROSS(R)20-5W-1808 evO1860742
7/8/2018GREINKE(R)SAN DIEGORICHARD(L)3-4L-2007.5 unU1112013150
7/10/2018CORBIN(L)@ COLORADOANDERSON(L)5-3W-10511 unU8919120

COLORADO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/27/2018FREELAND(L)@ SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)0-1L1357.5 unU242570
6/28/2018GRAY(R)@ SAN FRANCISCOSTRATTON(R)9-8W-1257.5 ovO14311281
6/29/2018ANDERSON(L)@ LA DODGERSHILL(L)3-1W1507.5 ovU960530
6/30/2018MARQUEZ(R)@ LA DODGERSMAEDA(R)3-1W1558 unU650320
7/1/2018BETTIS(R)@ LA DODGERSSTRIPLING(R)4-6L2158.5 unO9611160
7/2/2018FREELAND(L)SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)5-2W-10511 ovU10100541
7/3/2018SENZATELA(R)SAN FRANCISCOSTRATTON(R)8-1W-14012.5 unU1260661
7/4/2018ANDERSON(L)SAN FRANCISCOSUAREZ(L)1-0W-11510.5 ovU770350
7/6/2018MARQUEZ(R)@ SEATTLEHERNANDEZ(R)7-1W1108 unP1391851
7/7/2018FREELAND(L)@ SEATTLEPAXTON(L)5-1W1907.5 unU1060780
7/8/2018SENZATELA(R)@ SEATTLELEBLANC(L)4-6L1258.5 ovO511760
7/10/2018ANDERSON(L)ARIZONACORBIN(L)3-5L-10511 unU9120891
ARIZONA: 2017 93-69, second place, wild card, lost to Dodgers in NLDS
MANAGER Torey Lovullo (second season)
ADDITIONS: OF Steven Souza Jr., OF Jarrod Dyson, C Alex Avila, RHP Yoshihisa Hirano, RHP Brad Boxberger
SUBTRACTIONS: OF J.D. Martinez, 2B Brandon Drury, C Chris Iannetta, RHP Fernando Rodney
OUTLOOK: With all five starters back and nearly every position player returning, the Diamondbacks expect to be in the thick of things in the NL West after their big turnaround season under Lovullo, the NL MANAGER of the Year. The loss of Martinez hurts the offense but the acquisition of Souza -- who will begin the season on the disabled list -- and signing of Dyson should help. In addition, several players who missed much or most of last season with injuries are back, including Ahmed and utilityman Chris Owings. Greinke's initial start was pushed back a few days after he experienced tightness in his groin during a spring training outing, but it's not expected to be serious. Ray hopes to improve on his breakout season, giving the team a solid 1-2 pitching punch. The lineup could use a return to form at the plate for Pollock, who struggled a bit after missing nearly all of 2016 due to injury. Marte figures to get plenty of time at second base and some at shortstop. Owings and Daniel Descalso can play pretty much every infield spot as well as the outfield.
COLORADO: 2017 87-75, third place, lost to Arizona in wild-card game
MANAGER Bud Black (second season)
ADDITIONS: RHP Wade Davis, RHP Bryan Shaw, C Chris Iannetta
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Greg Holland, RHP Tyler Chatwood, C Jonathan Lucroy, 1B Mark Reynolds, RHP Pat Neshek, INF Alexi Amarista, C Ryan Hanigan
OUTLOOK: The Rockies enhanced their bullpen in an effort to earn back-to-back postseason berths for the first time in franchise history. They signed Davis ($52 million for three years) and Shaw ($27 million for three years) and brought back LHP Jake McGee ($27 million for three years). The lineup benefits from hitter-friendly Coors Field and features plenty of firepower, especially with the return of Gonzalez on a one-year deal. Arenado is one of the best hitters and fielders in the game, and Blackmon led the league in several offensive categories. They ran 4-5 in NL MVP voting. Colorado is hoping for bounce-back years from Story and Desmond.
Diamondbacks' Miller hopes to continue progression vs. Rockies

DENVER -- Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Shelby Miller will take the mound Wednesday at Coors Field and take what he hopes will be another step forward in his fourth start since returning from Tommy John surgery.

Colorado Rockies right-hander German Marquez (7-8, 4.92 ERA), coming off superb starts in back-to-back wins, will oppose Miller (0-3, 9.00).

Arizona's 5-3 win on Tuesday gave them nine straight wins over the Rockies at Coors Field, the Rockies longest losing streak at that venue against any opponent. The Rockies lost 11 straight games to the Atlanta Braves in 1993 and 1994 at Mile High Stadium, where they played their first two seasons before moving into Coors Field in 1995.

Miller underwent Tommy John surgery on May 10, 2017, and made his 2018 debut on June 25. In three starts, Miller has thrown 14 innings -- 3 2/3 in his initial outing, followed by five and 5 1/3 innings -- with five walks, 18 strikeouts and 20 hits allowed, including four homers.

"All that to me was to be expected," Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said. "You don't think somebody's going to come in after Tommy John and after missing 14 months, just start lighting (it) up again. It's going to be a little bit of a process. But the one encouraging thing we've seen from Shelby is he's improving every game from his first outing to his third outing.

"He's simplified his game plan, and he's going out and executing a very aggressive game plan. He's showing success in spurts, and we know that's going to be a certain amount of time before it's very, very consistent."

In his last start Thursday against San Diego, Miller gave up two runs in the first five innings before allowing three runs (two unearned) in the sixth, the final one an inherited runner he turned over to the bullpen.

"The line score can look very deceiving," Lovullo said. "But the five innings were very impressive."

"Eliminating bigger innings is probably really the only thing I need to do," Miller said. "Everything else stuff-wise and velocity-wise is all great. Really just kind of piecing the puzzle together a little bit more.

"I know what I'm capable of when it comes to pitching and helping teams win and especially since this is my third year here. I was hurt last year most of the time, and in '16, I didn't pitch very well. So, I owe it to myself and my teammates and the city of Phoenix to go out and have a good season. I'm hungry for that, and it's all about getting better each time."

Miller is 2-4 with a 5.94 ERA in nine starts against the Rockies.

Marquez is 0-1 with a 5.00 ERA in two starts this season against the Diamondbacks, including his first outing this year on March 31 at Chase Field where he allowed one unearned run in five innings in a no-decision. He is 0-4 with a 4.47 ERA in nine career appearances, including eight starts, against Colorado.

Marquez is 2-5 with a 7.93 ERA in nine starts at Coors Field this season and 5-3, 2.62 in nine road starts. He won his past two starts, at the Los Angeles Dodgers and Seattle, allowing two runs in 14 innings in those games with no walks and 14 strikeouts.

Two days after being named an All-Star for the first time, Rockies shortstop Trevor Story tied his career-high Tuesday with his fifth consecutive multi-hit game.

Story, who went 2-for-5 with a double, raised his average to .286 with 17 home runs and 62 RBIs. Since June 1, Story has hit .353 (49-for-139) with six homers and 23 RBIs.

"He's been driving in runs, but yet his defense has been off the charts," Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado said. "I've seen him diving, making backhand plays, throws on the run. He's just been really consistent. And that's been huge. We need him. We need him big.

"Last year when he was struggling, it hurt us. He's been huge for us this year. Without him, we could really be out of this race quickly, given what he's done. He's changed the game on both sides of the ball. If we didn't have him changing the game on both sides of the ball, it'd be tough."

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 5:44:53 AM EST

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