23 May, 2023
At Coors Field on Tuesday, the Miami Marlins (24-23) will host the Colorado Rockies (19-28). Eury Perez and Austin Gomber are the pitchers stepping up to the plate.
Miami has a slugging percentage of.384, has been rung up 402 times, and has drawn 116 walks. They have 392 base hits and 155 runs batted in for the season, and their batting average is.249 overall. Together, the Marlins have hit 43 balls outside of the ballpark and accounted for 72 two-baggers. They have an on-base percentage of.304 and 164 runs scored. The Miami Marlins are currently ranked 30th in baseball with a 3.5 runs/game average.
They have a 2.77 K/BB ratio overall, and their pitching staff has a 1.33 WHIP. Pitchers for the Marlins have given up 218 runs and 57 home runs, which ranks 18th in MLB. Miami has given up 205 earned runs in addition to 401 base hits (8.6 per 9 innings). The Marlins’ staff has thrown 437 strikeouts this season, ranking them 20th in the league with a team ERA of 4.40. Their pitching staff has walked 158 opposing players this season, and as a unit, they have a 4.26 FIP.
The relievers for the Marlins have entered the game in 49 save situations and have a 66.7% save percentage. This year, the bullpen pitchers have given up 81 runners, and 28.4% of them reached home plate. Along with 61 outings in high leverage situations, Marlins pitchers entered games 53 times with opponents on base. This season, the Marlins have sent 164 relievers to the mound. The relievers pitchers are sixth in MLB with 28 holds so far this season. They have succeeded in 14 saves this season while failing on 7 of 21 opportunities to win the game.
In their 3,771 innings of play, the Marlins have turned 67.8% of balls in play into outs, ranking 23rd in professional baseball. The Miami Marlins have 1,257 putouts, 416 assists, and 28 errors so far this season. They are now fielding at.984, which ranks 23rd in major league baseball, and they have turned 43 double plays.
In his career, Perez (1-0 record) has faced 39 major league hitters and has a FIP of 5.57. He has 3 free passes and 7 base hits (6.5 hits per nine innings). He has a 3.0 earned run average, a 2.79 earned run average, and a 1.034 WHIP. In his nine innings of professional baseball, Perez has struck out 13 batters.
The Colorado Rockies have a batting average of.258 and a team on-base percentage of.317 for the current season. They have 409 base hits overall and 404 strikeouts, which ranks 16th in the league. Colorado has hit 37 home runs and driven in 198 runs so far this season. The Rockies rank 14th in baseball in terms of runs scored per game with 4.43 and a team SLG% of.395. The team has hit 100 two-baggers, walked 132 times, and scored 208 runs.
With a club ERA of 5.00 (226 earned runs allowed), the Colorado pitching staff has allowed 254 runs this year. They have allowed 58 home runs and 5.62 runs per nine innings, which ranks them 29th in the league. As a pitching staff for the current season, the Rockies have a WHIP of 1.472 and a FIP of 4.81. Their ratio of walks to strikeouts is 7.90 (358 walks versus 180 bases on balls). With 419 total hits allowed, they rank 27th as a staff in the league.
Out of 73 inherited base runners, Colorado bullpen pitchers have a 32.9% inherited scoring rate. Their bullpen pitchers have entered the game 41 times with base runners and 25 times in high leverage situations. The Rockies have had 20 save opportunities, during which they had 8 holds and 3 failed saves. With a save percentage of 72.7%, they are third in MLB and have used 149 bullpen pitchers this season. In 11 save opportunities, Colorado has used bullpen relievers to step up to the plate, and they have earned 8 saves.
The Colorado Rockies’ fielding percentage of.984 ranks 21st in professional baseball thanks to their 47 double plays. The Rockies have 1,221 putouts overall this season, 443 assists, 27 errors, and a total of 27 assists. The Rockies have a 67.8% defensive efficiency in their 3,663 innings of play, which ranks 24th in MLB.
Throughout his career, Gomber has given up 389 base hits while recording 331 punch outs in 388 innings. He has a WHIP of 1.362, a FIP of 4.5, and has allowed 211 earned runs. He has faced 1,665 opposition hitters in his career and has a K/BB ratio of 2.36. Gomber has a 4.89 earned run average and has given up 9.0 hits per nine innings in his career. His win-loss record is 24-23.
Which team will prevail on the moneyline or spread in tonight’s MLB game?
Free Pick: Take Miami