How To Bet On Colorado Rockies

The Rockies enter the 2016 season with a big question mark hanging over their team. Colorado lost one of baseball’s top shortstops in Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays in free agency. Tulowitzki or “Tulo” as he was called by his teammates, was the face of the franchise since 2010 when he made his first All-Star team. The Rockies decided that he was expendable given his older age (31) and injury-plagued 2015 season (only 87 games played) so in his place will be the new era of Colorado sluggers.


Best Colorado Rockies Betting Lines

Looking for a go-to spot on where to check out daily lines on Colorado’s games this season? Well step right up and use the tool below to give you the lowdown on each Rockies game in 2016.  [+]

This function will give you up to the minute lines on each contest Colorado will play throughout the year.

Please make sure to check back in on this daily before you make your final wager in case of the final lines slide due to players dropping out prior. 

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Wednesday 24 May
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Colorado Rockies Regular Season Schedule

For an in-depth look at each contest the Rockies will play in 2016, the calendar tool below will give you the rundown on each matchup from Opening Day on.  [+]

Make sure to check in regularly with this schedule so you can be on the ball for any of Colorado’s games throughout the season.

This option will be incredibly useful not only to pinpoint different dates and times for each month, but will also help you pinpoint potential parlay options down the line. 

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Colorado Rockies Regular Season Standings

As the only team in the NL West to have never won the division, Colorado is trying to make 2016 the year to end the streak. For constant standings updates, check the table below.  [+]

Though the Rockies have been to the playoffs and even won the NL Pennant in 2007, Colorado still could make a surprise if they can upend the West favorites in the Giants and Dodgers.

# team P W L p+ p- %
1 Houston Astros Houston Astros 46 31 15 227 168 0.674
2 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 47 30 17 241 211 0.638
3 Montreal Expos Montreal Expos 44 27 17 256 206 0.614
4 New York Yankees New York Yankees 43 26 17 238 185 0.605
5 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 47 28 19 236 184 0.596
6 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 46 27 19 230 165 0.587
7 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 42 24 18 193 190 0.571
8 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 44 25 19 204 201 0.568
9 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 45 25 20 236 210 0.556
10 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 44 24 20 193 180 0.545
11 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 42 22 20 187 171 0.524
12 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 44 23 21 221 204 0.523
13 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 44 23 21 207 194 0.523
14 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 46 24 22 221 201 0.522
15 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 48 25 23 199 201 0.521
16 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 48 23 25 218 202 0.479
17 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 44 21 23 208 222 0.477
18 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 45 21 24 230 230 0.467
19 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 43 20 23 199 218 0.465
20 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 44 20 24 198 181 0.455
21 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 45 20 25 185 230 0.444
22 New York Mets New York Mets 43 19 24 219 240 0.442
23 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 46 20 26 190 205 0.435
24 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 46 20 26 207 236 0.435
25 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 46 20 26 174 210 0.435
26 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 47 20 27 161 225 0.426
27 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 45 19 26 153 196 0.422
28 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 44 16 28 189 231 0.364
29 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 43 15 28 186 218 0.349
30 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 47 16 31 161 252 0.340

Online Tips For Colorado Rockies Bettors

The first in line to take over Tulowitzki’s place will be third baseman Nolan Arenado. The 25-year old already enjoyed his best year to date in 2015 by notching the title as the NL’s RBI leader (130) and co-leader in home runs (42).

Arenado led Colorado in every major hitting category aside from batting average in 2015 and notched his third straight Gold Glove award for his nifty fielding at third base.

Joining the newly appointed face of the franchise will be fan favorite, Carlos Gonzalez. Gonzalez has been with the Rockies since 2009 and is a former NL batting champion, Gold Glove winner and All-Star. Gonzalez’s production has not leveled off either as he knocked in 40 home runs last year to earn his second Silver Slugger award. In 2015, Gonzalez changed from his normal left field spot to take over as the regular right fielder for the Rockies. The Rockies return their entire starting outfield which was huge production-wise in 2015. 

Centerfielder Charlie Blackmon played a team-high 157 games last season and was second on the team in at-bats (614) to Arenado. He and Gonzalez are the strength of the outfield, but for the Rockies need leftfielder Brandon Barnes to pick up the slack from this lackluster 2015 (.251 average and 17 RBIs) to be truly deadly. 

Colorado features a young core of hitters that can hang with the best in the NL West, but their pitching staff needs to catch up. The Rockies are closing the gap though. After the first month of April in 2016 they were only game out of the lead for the division. 

While the Rockies feature some lethal bats, their pitching rotation leaves something to be desired. Jorge De La Rosa was the best bet statistically last season by leading the team in wins (9-7 record), strikeouts by a wide margin (134) and had the lowest ERA (4.17).

De La Rosa was the most solid of the rotation, but he still was not a sure thing. Beyond De La Rosa, the rest of the rotation is a mystery. Chris Rusin had some bright spots but his 6-10 record was one of the worst on the team. Your next best option for a solidified starter on the Colorado would be Chad Bettis. The 27-year old was the only other Rockies pitcher that had a winnning record in 2015 at 8-6.

Bettis and De La Rosa did have an above-average ERAs in 2015 at 4.23 and 4.17, respectively, but the Rockies having one of the better offenses in the National League makes them somewhat of a viable option in shootouts.

The Rockies notched winning records against some of the weaker teams in the NL like the Braves, Phillies and Brewers. They were also able to upend the usually strong San Francisco Giants to the tune of an 11-8 record so do they have the ability to knock off some stronger teams. 

With betting on the Rockies, one should be advised to pick and choose your spots. Colorado has some pop in their lineup, but they do lack some consistency to be top-flgiht team. The Rockies were incredibly mediocre at times in 2015, finishing with a 68-94. Colorado has a young core to make up some space in the division, but it might not be this season. 

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