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MLB : Run Line Matchup

PHILADELPHIA (78 - 78) at COLORADO (86 - 70)
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Tuesday, 9/25/2018 8:40 PM
VINCENT VELASQUEZ (R) vs. CHAD BETTIS (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 Run LineRun Line
959PHILADELPHIA+1.5,-150+1.5,-155
960COLORADO-1.5,+130-1.5,+135
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ADVANCED TEAM STATS
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPSLGOPSRunsAvgOBPSLGOPS
All Games78-78-6.671-794.20.2360.3090.3880.6974.40.2470.3090.3910.701
Road Games31-47-1633-413.90.2330.3090.3700.6784.50.2540.3190.3960.715
vs Right-handed Starters57-62-10.453-624.20.2340.3090.3880.6974.50.2510.3130.3950.708
Past 7 Games2-5-3.63-43.10.1930.2790.3210.6004.70.2470.3430.3420.685
Grass Games74-76-8.567-774.20.2330.3070.3850.6924.40.2470.3100.3910.701
Night Games54-49+2.750-484.60.2440.3150.4060.7214.30.2480.3100.3840.694
PHILADELPHIA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABH2B3BHRSLGRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.20.2360.30915652361234215291750.388640556144961107111711813489
Road Games3.90.2330.30978267062210614770.3702932927382757065587252
Righty Starters4.20.2340.3091193994934165251330.38848043611054582896889867
PHILADELPHIA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games4.011.3195462682435096321155125-26422067.7%
Road Games4.731.413257144135251311122307-18151060%

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPSLGOPSRunsAvgOBPSLGOPS
All Games86-70+16.865-844.70.2540.3160.4130.7304.60.2500.3150.4050.720
Home Games42-33+0.729-455.30.2850.3440.4740.8185.10.2650.3280.4380.766
vs Right-handed Starters53-43+11.945-474.80.2560.3190.4150.7344.90.2530.3200.4120.732
Past 7 Games4-3+1.93-34.10.2150.3120.2700.5822.90.2050.2690.3560.625
Grass Games86-70+16.865-844.70.2540.3160.4130.7304.60.2500.3150.4050.720
Night Games63-44+20.244-574.80.2600.3250.4250.7504.30.2420.3080.3940.702
COLORADO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABH2B3BHRSLGRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.70.2540.31615653061348245371750.41369948413509210251357015285
Home Games5.30.2850.34475252972114029930.4743782286023950582348041
Righty Starters4.80.2560.319963263835159231050.4154393038384961984388856
COLORADO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games4.651.3454932832554565920749430-29492665.3%
Home Games4.831.3582571581382483110124017-13181358.1%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
PHILADELPHIA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/11/2018PIVETTA(R)WASHINGTONFEDDE(R)1-3L-1359 ovU5701080
9/11/2018ARRIETA(R)WASHINGTONROARK(R)6-7L-1309 unO13101660
9/12/2018NOLA(R)WASHINGTONSTRASBURG(R)1-5L-1357.5 unU560940
9/14/2018EFLIN(R)MIAMICHEN(L)14-2W-1808.5 unO1861990
9/15/2018VELASQUEZ(R)MIAMIGARCIA(L)5-4W-2058.5 ovO442641
9/16/2018PIVETTA(R)MIAMIURENA(R)4-6L-2058.5 unO771942
9/17/2018ARRIETA(R)NY METSWHEELER(R)4-9L-1157.5 ovO5501450
9/18/2018NOLA(R)NY METSMATZ(L)5-2W-1807.5 unU790680
9/19/2018EFLIN(R)NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)4-0W+1057.5 ovU792681
9/20/2018VELASQUEZ(R)@ ATLANTAGAUSMAN(R)3-8L1408.5 ovO6401070
9/21/2018PIVETTA(R)@ ATLANTATEHERAN(R)5-6L1158.5 ovO741970
9/22/2018ARRIETA(R)@ ATLANTAFOLTYNEWICZ(R)3-5L1408.5 evU442660
9/23/2018NOLA(R)@ ATLANTASANCHEZ(R)1-2L-1707.5 ovU681430
9/24/2018EFLIN(R)@ COLORADOGRAY(R)1-10L17010.5 unO54113100
9/25/2018VELASQUEZ(R)@ COLORADOBETTIS(R) 
9/26/2018PIVETTA(R)@ COLORADOMARQUEZ(R) 
9/27/2018ARRIETA(R)@ COLORADOSENZATELA(R) 
9/28/2018NOLA(R)ATLANTAGAUSMAN(R) 
9/29/2018EFLIN(R)ATLANTAFOLTYNEWICZ(R) 
9/30/2018VELASQUEZ(R)ATLANTASANCHEZ(R) 

COLORADO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/11/2018SENZATELA(R)ARIZONAGREINKE(R)3-6L+11010.5 evU9701050
9/12/2018GRAY(R)ARIZONACORBIN(L)5-4W+10010 unU1380430
9/13/2018FREELAND(L)ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)10-3W-1359.5 ovO1691730
9/14/2018ANDERSON(L)@ SAN FRANCISCOSTRATTON(R)0-2L-1357.5 unU240850
9/15/2018MARQUEZ(R)@ SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)0-3L-1407 unU780851
9/16/2018SENZATELA(R)@ SAN FRANCISCORODRIGUEZ(R)3-2W-1257.5 unU770771
9/17/2018GRAY(R)@ LA DODGERSRYU(L)2-8L1507.5 unO6501180
9/18/2018FREELAND(L)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)2-3L1807 unU472662
9/19/2018ANDERSON(L)@ LA DODGERSBUEHLER(R)2-5L2007 ovP460522
9/21/2018MARQUEZ(R)@ ARIZONAGREINKE(R)6-2W1107 ovO860850
9/22/2018SENZATELA(R)@ ARIZONACORBIN(L)5-1W1657.5 ovU8110311
9/23/2018FREELAND(L)@ ARIZONAGODLEY(R)2-0W1158 ovU7917100
9/24/2018GRAY(R)PHILADELPHIAEFLIN(R)10-1W-18010.5 unO13100541
9/25/2018BETTIS(R)PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R) 
9/26/2018MARQUEZ(R)PHILADELPHIAPIVETTA(R) 
9/27/2018SENZATELA(R)PHILADELPHIAARRIETA(R) 
9/28/2018FREELAND(L)WASHINGTONROSS(R) 
9/29/2018ANDERSON(L)WASHINGTONFEDDE(R) 
9/30/2018GRAY(R)WASHINGTONSTRASBURG(R) 
KEY GAME INFORMATION
PHILADELPHIA: 2017 66-96, fifth place
MANAGER Gabe Kapler (first season)
ADDITIONS: RHP Jake Arrieta, 1B Carlos Santana, RHP Pat Neshek, RHP Tommy Hunter
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Pete Mackanin, SS Freddy Galvis, INF Andres Blanco, OF Daniel Nava, OF Hyun Soo Kim, RHP Clay Buchholz, 1B Tommy Joseph
OUTLOOK: The decision to sign Arrieta signals the rebuild is over. The Phillies added Santana, Neshek and Hunter to a talented young roster in hopes of being competitive. A month into spring training, they added Arrieta because management thinks it's time to contend. The lineup has the potential to be dynamic if the young hitters continue to emerge and Santana does what he did in Cleveland. The bullpen should be formidable with Hunter-Neshek-Neris at the back end. If Arrieta regains his old form, Nola lives up to his promise and a couple of other starters take steps forward, the Phillies cannot only end their five-year run of losing seasons but maybe even make a surprise push for a postseason berth.
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.
PREVIEW
Rockies going full throttle vs. Phillies to bolster playoff hopes
 

DENVER -- As a result of being forced to alter their rotation, the Colorado Rockies will start Chad Bettis on Tuesday in what will become a bullpen game against the Philadelphia Phillies.

In the opener of a four-game series Monday, the Rockies (85-70) pounded the Phillies 10-1 for their fourth straight win and handed the Phillies (78-78) their season-high tying fifth straight loss.

The Rockies are a half-game behind the St. Louis Cardinals in the race for the second NL wild-card spot are 1 1/2 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.

Shortstop Trevor Story returned to the Rockies lineup for the first time since he suffered right elbow inflammation last Monday and went 2-for-5 with two doubles. Story has 80 extra-base hits and became the fourth NL shortstop to reach that mark joining Jimmy Rollins (88) and Hanley Ramirez (81) in 2007 and Ernie Banks (82 in 1955, 81 in 1958 and 80 in 1960).

"We're full throttle right now," Story said. "It's a great position to be in. These games really do matter. We're not where we want to be, but we feel like we will be in a few days."

Jon Gray, who supposed to start on seven days' rest Tuesday, instead started on Monday and worked seven innings when left-hander Tyler Anderson was scratched from his scheduled start due to shoulder soreness.

Bettis (5-2, 5.18) last started on Aug. 12 and was then moved to the bullpen where he has made six appearances totaling 8 1/3 innings. Bettis has worked in low-leverage situations and will be pitching for the first time since Sept. 13 when he worked one inning and threw five pitches.

Rockies manager Bud Black said he expects Bettis to throw between 30 and 50 pitches. He threw 30 pitches in 1 2/3 innings on Sept. 9.

Bettis is 2-0, 1.93 in six games (four starts) against the Phillies, whom he last faced in 2016.

The Phillies have been in a major tailspin since mid-August. They've lost 16 of 22 games this month and are back to .500 for the first time since April 10.

Vince Velasquez (9-11, 4.59) will start for the Phillies. He's 2-0, 3.95 in five starts against the Rockies and 1-0, 3.27 in two starts at Coors Field.

The right-handed Velasquez has been far more effective against right-handed hitters, limiting them to a .204 average and .598 OPS in 309 plate appearances. Lefties are hitting .282 with a .870 OPS against Velasquez in 300 plate appearances.

In his last start Thursday at Atlanta, Velasquez wasn't involved in the decision in Philadelphia's 8-3 loss. He gave up five hits and three runs in three innings. Velasquez has not gone more than four innings in each of his past three starts and is 0-1, 12.00 in those outings, allowing 16 hits and 12 runs in nine innings.

Velasquez threw 73 pitches in four innings Sept. 9 at the New York Mets, 44 pitches in two innings against Miami on Sept. 15 and 57 in three innings in his last start. The Phillies are very analytically inclined, but manager Gabe Kapler said Velasquez's recent short outings are performance-related and not based on any metrics.

"What I've shared with all of our starters and this is also somewhat true for our relievers is if you are the best option, all things considered, to get the next hitter or three hitters out, you will go back out," Kapler said. "And so, for Vince, when he's the best version of Vince, he's hard to take out of a game. I literally have to think about reasons why to take him out. I'm not putting any artificial limitations on Vince."


Last Updated: 9/25/2018 6:38:20 PM EST


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