MLB Odds, Picks, Predictions for Nationals vs. Rockies: Sharp Action Hits Moneyline At Coors Field
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Nationals vs. Rockies Odds
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The Nationals take on the Rockies on Monday night in Colorado as both teams continue to struggle.
The Rockies have lost four games in a row while the Nationals have lost three straight heading into Monday night’s matchup at Coors Field.
Washington will have Josiah Gray on the mound, and Colorado will start with veteran German Marquez pitching.
Marquez has been great at home this season, with an 8-2 record and 3.49 ERA at Coors Field this season. That being said, he has proven he can be hit, with Marquez giving up six hits and five earned runs over 4.0 innings in a win on Wednesday.
Gray has been inconsistent since being picked up by the Nationals.
He’s 1-2 with an unimpressive 5.92 ERA on the season, but he did pitch 6.0 innings and give up only two earned runs in a 7-5 Washington win.
With both pitchers looking solid as of late, this game could be lower-scoring than expected, which is currently reflected in the numbers, as 60% of the bets and 56% of the money is currently being wagered on the under.
Out latest MLB PRO Report shows that backing Washington to bounce back on Monday night could be a strong play.
MLB Picks: Nationals vs. Rockies Odds
The line for Nationals vs. Rockies opened up at Nationals +150 and hit a high of +160 around 7 a.m. ET, as tracked by two Action Labs Bet Signals triggered on Washington.
The moneyline eventually settled at Nationals +145.
One of The Action Network’s Top MLB Experts is betting on the Nationals.
PRO Report Pick: Nationals +145 (+150 at DraftKings)