Colorado Rockies Betting 2020

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The Colorado Rockies are famously one of only two baseball teams to never win a divisional title. But what are the Rockies picks now?

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So will 2020 be a good year for the Rockies? And what is the best way to organize your Colorado Rockies betting?

Sports fans in Colorado will soon be able to bet on a full range of leagues and tournaments once the market is regulated – so that means now is the time to hone your Colorado Rockies betting.

Betting on baseball usually consists of three types of wager – money line, run line and totals.

  • Money line – the winner of a game
  • Run line – the spread (similar to NFL and NBA)
  • Totals – the total amount of runs scored in a game

Obviously, as well as these single game wagers you can also go for outrights and futures when it comes to your Colorado Rockies betting. These include World Series Winner, National League Winner and National League West winner.

Rockies Odds

As the team has never won a single National West divisional title since its formation in 1993 it would seem as though this is not a good wager to go for when it comes to Colorado Rockies betting.

Although the chances of probability suggest that that record must fall sometime, it may not be too wise to go for quite yet.

With the Los Angeles Dodgers one of the best teams in baseball, it is unlikely that the Rockies have a chance of winning the division. There is an outside chance of a wild card spot though.

Individual game betting is probably best. Coors Field is especially well known for high scoring games – so a totals bet might be a good idea.

Rockies 2020 World Series

The Rockies failed to make the postseason for the first time in three years in 2019 but have only made the World Series once – back in 2007.

A wild card spot is the best this team can realistically hope for in 2020 – but then the play offs may bring some more luck to Denver.

Colorado Rockies betting should probably not include a World Series wager.

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