Los AngelesDodgers96-54
Channel: ATRM,SNLA LAD -200 O/U 11
ColoradoRockies70-79

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Colorado Rockies Lines and Odds

 
 
957 LADDodgersJ. Urías
958 COLRockiesA. Senzatela
Betting
LineSUATSO/U
-200 96-5474-7662-77
u11 70-7979-7062-81
Scoring
PPGOPPG
5.053.39
4.584.87
Powerline Rating
CurrentEstimateEdge
-200 -214
+166 +214
 
Julio Urías (LAD)
Antonio Senzatela (COL)
WLK/GBB/GHA/GHRA/GERAWHIP
304.11.64.10.53.31.1
533.41.55.90.83.41.2

Head-to-Head Series History

Dodgers
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Dodgers are 6-4 (60%) in moneyline bets in their last 10 games against COL for 1.45 total units won

Dodgers
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Dodgers are 4-6 (40%) in runline bets in their last 10 games against COL for -2.36 total units lost

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Rockies

Dodgers are 7-3 (70%) in under bets in their last 10 games against COL for 3.36 total units won

Dodgers vs. Rockies Series Betting Preview

The Colorado Rockies host the Los Angeles Dodgers for a four-game weekend series in Denver. The Dodgers should be favored on the Dodgers vs. Rockies betting lines throughout the series, as L.A. is the favorite to win the World Series at many sportsbooks.

Colorado enters this series coming off of a hard-fought two games at home against the Oakland A’s, while the NL West-leading Dodgers battled the second-place San Diego Padres.

On the injury front, the Dodgers will be without reliever Joe Kelly (shoulder) and Walker Buehler will miss the series as he continues to battle a blister. The Rockies are without starting pitcher John Gray for the rest of the regular season with a shoulder injury.

Taking a look at the Rockies vs. Dodgers odds entering the series, the Dodgers are favored. This lines up with a bigger picture view of how these two teams stack up in the minds of bettors. Both teams are in the NL West, but it’s the Dodgers sitting on top. The Rockies got off to a better start than many expected, but the team has fallen back under .500 and the mismatch on paper could help suppress their odds throughout the series.

To compare Rockies vs. Dodgers odds across various sportsbooks, as well as other games from around the MLB, be sure to take a look at our odds comparison tool. It’s an excellent way to shop the best Rockies vs. Dodgers lines.

How the Rockies Look

The Rockies starting staff had been better at home than on the road, but that is no longer the case late in the season as the team has dropped to the bottom-third of the league in FIP and home runs per 9 innings. Antonio Senzatela, Kyle Freeland, and German Marquez have done an admirable job of keeping the Rockies in games. 

The Colorado bullpen has consistently been in the bottom six in WHIP and SIERA in baseball over the past two months.

Despite rolling out All-Stars Nolan Arenado, Charlie Blackmon, and Trevor Story, the Rockies are no longer top-10 in home runs and OPS at Coors Field.

Dodgers Excelling In All Phases

Overall, L.A.’s rotation is as deep and talented as any other club. While they’ve struggled with a bottom 10 in K% this season, they have also been on the fringes of a top 10 in SIERA. Buehler’s absence hurts, but Clayton Kershaw has reverted to his Cy Young award-winning form and the team traded Ross Stripling to Toronto so rookie right-hander Tony Gonsolin can get opportunities to start, and he performed very well in his last outing. 

The Dodgers bullpen is elite, among the top three in a multitude of statistical pitching categories. Despite diminished velocity over the past two seasons, Kenley Jansen continues to perform as one of the most effective and reliable closers in the game. Blake Treinin, Scott Alexander, and Caleb Ferguson are examples of L.A.’s embarrassment of riches in the bullpen.

Los Angeles has one of the best offenses in MLB, leading the National League in home runs. This season, the Dodgers set the National League record for home runs in a calendar month (August) with 57, although this is the first year of the designated hitter in the NL. 

The Dodgers will be heavily favored in this series, so keep that in mind when betting Rockies vs. Dodgers odds.

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LADDodgers

  • AJ Pollock (CF) Pollock is expected to miss two to three weeks with a Grade 2 right hamstring strain and has ended up on the 10-day injured list. 09/05 · Out · Hamstring
  • Trevor Bauer (SP) Bauer has been placed on administrative leave due to an alleged off-field incident, and it is unlikely that he will be approved to rejoin the team. 09/10 · Out · Personal
  • Tommy Kahnle (RP) Kahnle will miss the entire 2021 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and has been assigned to the 60-day injured list. 04/04 · Out · Elbow
  • Danny Duffy (SP) Duffy has been landed on the 60-day injured list with a left flexor strain, and he is not likely to return before late September. 09/11 · Out · Hip
  • Jimmy Nelson (SP) Nelson has been shuttled to the 60-day injured list with right elbow inflammation and requires surgery. He will miss the remainder of the season. 08/06 · Out · Elbow
  • Cole Hamels (SP) Hamels has landed on the 60-day injured list due to a left arm injury and will miss the remainder of the 2021 season. 08/30 · Out · Arm
  • Scott Alexander (RP) Alexander has been shifted to the 60-day injured list with left shoulder inflammation, and he is likely to be out of commission for the remainder of the season. 09/18 · Out · Shoulder
  • Cody Bellinger (RF) Bellinger has missed the last two games due to a left rib fracture, and it is unknown if he will take the field Tuesday versus the Rockies. 09/19 · Questionable · Ribs
  • Garrett Cleavinger (RP) Cleavinger has been moved to the 60-day injured list due to a right oblique strain, and he will miss the remainder of the 2021 season. 09/07 · Out · Oblique
  • Billy McKinney (RF) McKinney has been added to the 10-day injured list with a left hip injury, and it remains to be determined when he will return. 09/11 · Out · Hip
  • Jimmie Sherfy (RP) Sherfy has hit the 60-day injured list due to right elbow inflammation, ending his season. 08/30 · Out · Elbow
  • Dustin May (RP) May has been transferred to the 60-day injured list and will miss the remainder of the 2021 season after Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. 05/15 · Out · Elbow
  • Edwin Ríos (3B) Rios is on the 60-day injured list after undergoing season-ending surgery to repair a partially torn labrum in his right shoulder. 05/15 · Out · Shoulder
  • Caleb Ferguson (RP) Ferguson had Tommy John surgery conducted on his left elbow and has been placed on the 60-day injured list. He is expected to miss the entire 2021 season. 06/13 · Out · Elbow

COLRockies

  • Chris Owings (2B) Owings has been shuttled to the 60-day injured list after undergoing left thumb surgery, and he is likely to miss the remainder of the season. 08/18 · Out · Thumb
  • Scott Oberg (RP) Oberg is on the 60-day injured list after undergoing surgery to remove blood clots in his right elbow, and a timetable for recovery has yet to be established. 06/08 · Out · Elbow
  • Chi Chi González (SP) Gonzalez has been assigned to the 10-day injured list due to a right oblique strain, and he is likely to miss the remainder of the 2021 season. 09/08 · Out · Oblique
  • Austin Gomber (RP) Gomber has been placed on the 60-day injured list with a stress fracture in his lower back, ending his season. 09/05 · Out · Back
  • Connor Joe (OF) Joe has been shifted to the 10-day injured list with a right hamstring injury, and he is likely to return to the lineup by the early part of October. 09/14 · Out · Hamstring
  • Peter Lambert (SP) Lambert is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been assigned to the 60-day injured list. He has begun a rehab assignment and is not expected to suit up until late September. 09/11 · Out · Elbow