On May 9, 2024, a riveting showdown is set to take place at Coors Field as the San Francisco Giants square off against the Colorado Rockies at 3:10 PM. The forecast predicts scattered clouds, potentially affecting gameplay.

Keaton Winn, holding a 4.413 ERA, will start as pitcher for the Giants, while the Rockies will counter with Cal Quantrill, who has a slightly better ERA of 4.311. In the 2024 season standings of the NL West Division, the Giants are positioned 9th with a 14-15 record, translating into a 0.48 winning percentage. Their divisional games have resulted in 6 wins and 8 losses, leaving them 2nd in the division rankings. The Giants show promising form with 6 wins in their most recent 10 games and a current streak of one win. At home and away, their records stand at 9-7 and 5-8, respectively. Day games have seen them secure 8 victories against 6 in night games, totaling 116 runs scored versus 133 allowed.

The Rockies, on the other hand, are placed 14th in the division with a disappointing 7-21 record, a 0.25 winning percentage, and stand last in the division with a 4-7 record in division games. Their recent performance includes 3 wins in their last 10 matches and a current two-game losing streak, reflected in their home and away records of 5-10 and 2-11, respectively. They have seen slightly better outcomes in night games with 4 wins compared to 3 in day games, with a total of 106 runs scored and 176 runs conceded.

Considering the betting odds for this matchup, they significantly favor the Giants with a -161 money line compared to the Rockies at +134. The projected total runs (over/under) is set at 9.5, indicating expectations of a relatively high-scoring game. The point spread of 1.5 suggests that the Giants are expected to not only win but do so by at least 2 runs, making them a strong pick for those betting on a spread.