Giants vs. Rockies prediction and odds for Wednesday, June 7 (Trust Logan Webb)

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb (62).
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb (62). / Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco Giants have worked their way back to .500 on the season, and they’re looking to make a run up the standings in the NL West when they take on the last-place Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, June 7. 

This is a winnable game for the Giants on the road, as they’re set as massive favorites due to a lopsided pitching matchup. 

Logan Webb (4-6, 2.85 ERA) gets the ball for the Giants against Connor Seabold (1-2, 5.40 ERA). Seabold is making his seventh start of the season after starting the 2023 campaign in the bullpen. 

Let’s examine the odds and my best bet for this NL West matchup: 

Giants vs. Rockies odds, run line and total

Giants vs. Rockies prediction and pick

I have to back Webb in this start, against a Colorado offense that ranks 18th in the league in OPS. 

For his career, Webb has a 6-2 record with an ERA of 3.73 and 56 strikeouts in 11 appearances against Colorado, and he allowed just six earned runs across four starts against them last season. 

The Giants righty has a Fielding Independent Pitching of just 3.33, and he’s allowed three or fewer runs in eight straight starts, posting a 1.95 ERA over that stretch. 

If that’s not enough to convince bettors to take the Giants, then they should just look at Seabold’s numbers this season. 

The Rockies starter has a 5.46 ERA in his six starts this season, allowing three or more runs in four of those outings. He’s also not giving Colorado a ton of length, and the team has a bullpen ERA of 4.52 this season, one of the ten worst marks in the league. 

Trust Webb and the Giants to get it done on Wednesday night. 

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.