Colorado Rockies MLB Betting Odds

Colorado Rockies MLB Betting Odds

Colorado Rockies MLB Betting

Following playoff seasons in 2017 and 2018, the Rockies face the prospects of a long 2021. Colorado has gone into full retreat as a team shaving payroll. Manager Bud Black, who piloted the Rockies to those two postseason bids, returns for his fifth season in the dugout. Colorado is a long shot for the pennant this year with plenty of good reason as they are less of a team than they were last year when they were one of the biggest losers on the board. Also gone from the better days is David Dahl, a 2019 All-Star. So too is free agent bust Daniel Murphy gone, which is a plus.

Colorado Rockies at a Glance

Manager: Bud Black

Home Stadium: Coors Field

World Series Championships: None

League Pennants: 1 ( Last, 2007 )

Division Titles: None

Odds to Win World Series: +27500 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +19000 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The Colorado Rockies finished the 2021 season with a record of 26-34, with 26-30-4 under the total. MLB Metrics had the Rockies ranked 15th for runs scored, 18th for OPS, 22nd for home runs, and 7th for stolen bases. On the hill, Colorado ranked 29th for earned run average, 28th for WHIP, 3rd for quality starts, and 29th for the bullpen. Colorado ranked a dismal 26th for the fewest fielding errors.

Owner Dick Monfort and general manager Jeff Bridich felt the heat of a dismal hot stove performance in which the Nolan Arenado trade was completed. Arenado is now with the St. Louis Cardinals, where he has a chance to win games.

Overall, the trade serves as the ultimate proof of the Monfort and Bridich leadership structure is an utter failure. In particular, Bridich has been one of the worst general managers in the game. Meanwhile, the trade of Arenado puts into question Monfort’s commitment to investing in a winner. It was a pure cost cutting move in which the Rockies lost their best bat.

The one asset that the Rockies still have is a good starting rotation. The problem is that with such a weak lineup, too much pressure will be put on those starters.

It now falls upon Trevor Story to carry the batting order for 2021. Story is a two-time National League All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner. Last year in 59 games, Story compiled a .874 OPS, .289 average, 13 doubles, 11 home runs, 41 runs, and 28 runs batted in.

2021 Colorado Rockies Schedule

April 1-4: Los Angeles Dodgers

April 6-8: Arizona Diamondbacks

April 9-11: at San Francisco Giants

April 13-15: at Los Angeles Dodgers

April 16-18: New York Mets

April 20-21: Houston Astros

April 23-25: Philadelphia Phillies

April 26-28: at San Francisco Giants

April 28-May 2: at Arizona Diamondbacks

May 3-5: San Francisco Giants

May 7-9: at St. Louis Cardinals

May 10-12: San Diego Padres

May 13-16: Cincinnati Reds

May 17-19: at San Diego Padres

May 21-23: Arizona Diamondbacks

May 24-27: at New York Mets

May 28-30: at Pittsburgh Pirates

June 1-3: Texas Rangers

June 4-6: Oakland Athletics

June 8-10: at Miami Marlins

June 11-13: at Cincinnati Reds

June 14-16: San Diego Padres

June 17-20: Milwaukee Brewers

June 22-23: at Seattle Mariners

June 25-27: at Milwaukee Brewers

June 28-30: Pittsburgh Pirates

July 1-4: St. Louis Cardinals

July 6-8: at Arizona Diamondbacks

July 9-11: at San Diego Padres

July 16-18: Los Angeles Dodgers

July 20-21: Seattle Mariners

July 23-25: at Los Angeles Dodgers

July 26-28: at Los Angeles Angels

July 29-August 1: at San Diego Padres

August 3-5: Chicago Cubs

August 6-8: Miami Marlins

August 10-11: at Houston Astros

August 12-15: at San Francisco Giants

August 16-18: San Diego Padres

August 20-22: Arizona Diamondbacks

August 23-25: at Chicago Cubs

August 27-29: at Los Angeles Dodgers

August 20-September 1: at Texas Rangers

September 2-5: Atlanta Braves

September 6-8: San Francisco Giants

September 9-12: at Philadelphia Phillies

September 14-16: at Atlanta Braves

September 17-19: at Washington Nationals

September 21-23: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 24-26: San Francisco Giants

September 27-29: Washington Nationals

October 1-3: at Arizona Diamondbacks

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 26-34 12-18 14-16 -369 26-30-4 4th
2019 71-91 43-38 28-53 -889 79-77-6 4th
2018 91-72 47-34 44-38 +1,940 68-86-9 2nd
2017 87-75 46-35 41-40 +1,244 64-91-7 3rd
2016 75-87 42-39 33-48 -842 76-82-4 3rd
2015 68-94 36-45 32-49 -1,289 84-74-4 5th
2014 66-96 45-36 21-60 -2,790 79-70-13 4th
2013 74-88 45-36 29-52 -1,233 76-77-9 5th
2012 64-98 35-46 29-52 -1,936 84-73-5 5th
2011 73-89 38-43 35-46 -2,870 83-73-6 4th
2010 83-79 52-29 31-50 -1,242 76-83-3 3rd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 26-34 4th -
2019 71-91 4th -
2018 91-72 2nd Lost NLDS
2017 87-75 3rd Lost NLWS
2016 75-87 3rd -
2015 68-94 5th -
2014 66-96 4th -
2013 74-88 5th -
2012 64-98 5th -
2011 73-89 4th -
2010 83-79 3rd -
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