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Rockies vs. Giants Prediction and Odds - Sep 29, 2022

The San Francisco Giants take on the Colorado Rockies in MLB action at Oracle Park on Thursday, beginning at 9:45PM ET.

Carlos Rodón (13-8, 2.98 ERA) will start for the Giants, up against Ryan Feltner (3-8, 5.91 ERA) for the Rockies.

Dimers' best betting picks for Rockies vs. Giants, plus game predictions and betting odds, are featured below.


Who will win Rockies vs. Giants?

Based on cutting-edge machine learning and data, Dimers.com has simulated Thursday's Rockies-Giants MLB matchup 10,000 times.

Dimers' independent predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, currently gives the Giants a 67% chance of getting the W against the Rockies.

More: Free Betting Analysis for Rockies vs. Giants

Rockies vs. Giants Game Odds

  • Run Line: Giants -1.5 (-110), Rockies +1.5 (-105)
  • Moneyline: Giants -245, Rockies +205
  • Total: Over/Under 7 (-115/+104)

Run Line, Moneyline and Over/Under

The Giants are listed as -1.5 favorites versus the Rockies, with -110 at BetMGM the best odds currently available.

For the underdog Rockies (+1.5) to cover the run line, DraftKings Sportsbook has the best odds currently on offer at -105.

DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for the Giants at -245. That means you can risk $245 to win $100, for a total payout of $345, if they get the W.

On the other hand, DraftKings Sportsbook also has the best moneyline odds for the Rockies at +205, where you can bet $100 to profit $205, earning a total payout of $305, if they win.

The Over/Under sits at 7 with Caesars Sportsbook, which currently has the best odds for the Over at -115, while FanDuel Sportsbook currently has the best odds for the Under at +104.

As always, make sure you check the sportsbooks you have access to in your state for the best MLB odds and lines.

According to DimersBOT, the Rockies (+1.5) are a 52% chance of covering the run line, while the 7-run Over/Under is a 56% chance of going Over.

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Best Bets for Rockies vs. Giants


Dimers' best bets are based on complex simulations and gambling expertise to help you make smarter decisions with the legal sportsbooks in America.

While the Giants are more likely to win the game, according to DimersBOT, taking the Rockies moneyline is the best option because of the edge identified when comparing our data-led probabilities to the sportsbooks' odds currently available.

Taking advantage of the edges seen here at Dimers is one of the keys to achieving long-term profitability as a sports bettor.

Rockies vs. Giants Prediction

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Dimers has full betting coverage of Thursday's Rockies-Giants matchup, including pregame predictions, computer picks, and live win probabilities.

Remember, DimersBOT updates often, so keep an eye on this article for any changes to our betting insights ahead of Rockies vs. Giants on Thursday September 29, 2022.


Rockies vs. Giants 2022 Game Info

Thursday's action between the Giants and Rockies at Oracle Park is scheduled to begin at 9:45PM ET.

  • Who: Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants
  • Date: Thursday September 29, 2022
  • Time: 9:45PM ET / 6:45PM PT
  • Venue: Oracle Park

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What other MLB games are on today?

The Rockies and Giants aren't the only two MLB teams you can bet on. DimersBOT never stops and we've got picks and best bets for every single MLB game via our MLB Predictions section.

Not only do we provide with you quality predictions, but we also have recommended bets for the Run Line, Over/Under and Moneyline. Sound good? Check it out today!

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