Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies 5-14-23 MLB Tips, Odds and Analysis

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies 5/14/23 – This will be the final matchup of this season between the Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies. Colorado hopes that its sixth game will be vastly different than any of the five preceding ones. The Phillies won four of those matches against Colorado, holding them to just 12 total runs in total across these games. The men taking the mound are Aaron Nola for the Phillies and Kyle Freeland for the Rockies. MLB betting odds online are up for the bettors to bet on their best teams.

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies 5/14/23

Date & Time: Sunday, May 14, 2023 at 3:10 PM ET

Location: Coors Field Denver, CO

TV: AT&T SportsNet

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies Betting Odds


Moneyline: -158

Spread: -1.5 (-107)

Total: 11 over (-110)


Moneyline: +146

Spread: +1.5 (-113)

Total: 11 under (-110)

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies Analysis

As a team, the Philadelphia Phillies are currently scoring an average of 4.4 runs per outing and rank 17th overall in Major League Baseball. They currently sit with 166 runs scored and an on-base percentage of 0.321. The Phillies have combined for 75 two-baggers as a team and 41 home runs so far this season. They have totaled 159 RBI’s and 344 hits this year, for an overall team batting average of 0.263. Philadelphia currently owns a slugging rate of 0.428 and have struck out 345 times while being walked on only 102 occasions.

Philadelphia Phillies pitchers have recorded 997 putouts so far this year, in addition to 311 assists and 15 errors. Their fielding percentage stands at 0.989 and they currently sit in 8th place in MLB with 20 double plays earned. The Phillies have converted 68.2% of baseballs in play into outs in 2,991 innings on the diamond, placing them 21st in the majors.

Aaron Nola will take the hill for the Rockies. Nola has amassed 1,277 frames and struck out 1,419 batters during his career. He boasts a 3.31 FIP against 5,218 batters while facing 3.64 ERA while surrendering 1,100 base hits while drawing 337 free passes.

The Colorado Rockies boast an OBP of 0.318 and an impressive batting average of 0.256 on the campaign. Colorado has struck out 339 times and amassed 336 hits. They have hit 32 home runs and scored 162 RBIs during this campaign. The Colorado Rockies possess an outstanding team slugging percentage of 0.392 and average 4.33 runs per game. Team Arizona has produced 79 doubles while recording 115 free bases and scoring 169 runs.

The Colorado Rockies have turned 38 double plays and boast a fielding percentage of 0.984. This year, the Rockies have recorded 373 assists and 23 errors for a total of 1,014 putouts. Over 3,042 innings on the field, the Rockies have amassed an outstanding defensive efficiency rate of 68.8%.

Freeland has amassed 921 hits so far while striking out 671 batters across 874 innings pitched. He has allowed 411 earned runs while holding onto a WHIP of 1.394 and owning an FIP rating of 4.5. He holds a strikeout to batter ratio of 2.26 and has faced 3,768 batters during his career. Freeland currently sports a 4.23 earned run average and allows an average of 9.50 hits per nine innings pitched.

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies Against the Spread

Over is 4-0 in Nolas last 4 Sunday starts. Over is 4-0-1 in Nolas last 5 road starts with the total set at 9.0-10.5. The Phillies are 4-0 in their last 4 overall. The Phillies are 5-0 in Nolas last 5 Sunday starts. The Phillies are 4-0 in their last 4 games on grass.

Over is 5-0 in Freelands last 5 Sunday starts. Under is 4-0 in Freelands last 4 starts on grass. Under is 5-0 in Freelands last 5 starts vs. National League East. Under is 4-0 in Freelands last 4 starts overall. Over is 7-0 in Freelands last 7 home starts with the total set at 9.0-10.5.

Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies Free Pick

Aaron Nola has had trouble pitching away from home this season, and Colorado offers no respite in that regard. Nola’s track record in Coors Field may not be stellar – yet it remains limited as an evidence base. Kyle Freeland’s Coors Field numbers have not been impressive in his career, yet this season he’s outperforming Nola even with such an unforgiving home park. Both offenses are performing exceptionally, while both teams’ pitchers have pitched with excellence in May. Freeland and Nola should play the pivotal roles here, with Freeland seemingly being the better bet at Coors Field according to the baseball betting analysts.

Free Pick: Colorado Rockies +146