MLB Picks: Dodgers vs Rockies

He had to leave the game one inning after colliding with the right-field wall to collect Nolan Arenado's flyball in the fifth. An X-ray was found negative. 22-years-old Puig was named the NL player and the rookie of the month for the month of June. He was 1 for 3 with an RBI before exiting the field. His batting average was .440 with OPS of 1.209 in total 28 matchups.

Baseball picks expert reports that Ramirez was the star on Wednesday, collecting 4 for 5 and scoring three runs and completing a triple short of the cycle to expand his hitting streak to two more than a dozen games. During the winning streak, he was 27 for 54 with 16 RBIs and he posted a 1.460 OPS. Ramirez isn't the lonely star for the Dodgers (40-43). The Dodgers’ 10th win in total 11 games offered a tie with Colorado (41-44) for second in the NL West. This also kept the Dodgers 2 1/2 games back of Arizona. Adrian Gonzalez homered for the second straight game Wednesday, and he has four homers over his last 11 games while slugging down to .628. While A.J. Ellis stands at 7 for 16 in his last four games. Matt Kemp drove in a run in three straight and homered on Wednesday for the single time since returning from a strained hamstring on June 25.

MLB predictions expert reports that Los Angeles tagged Chacin who is 7-3 with an ERA of 3.59 for nine hits and five runs over six innings in a 7-6, 10-inning loss on June 1. But Chacin hasn’t been quite vulnerable recently. He won four straight starts while posting an ERA of 1.26 in 28 2-3 innings. He hasn't offered any home run during the stretch and has successfully held opponents without score over his past 15 innings. Analysts see a far more aggressive approach in Chacin's improvement. He has recorded an average of 15.5 pitches per inning in his first 12 outings in which he had thrown seven innings for two times but never went any deeper. In his last three starts, he has gone 8 2-3, seven, and eight innings, respectively, while seeking 11.6 pitches per inning.

MLB weekly picks insider reports that Los Angeles’s anticipated starter Chris Capuano who is at 2-5 with an ERA of 4.72 had stopped a run in continuous starts before getting off for seven in 3 2-3 innings in a 16-1 loss to Philadelphia on Friday. The left-hander is now looking for a reverse in his fortune against Colorado. He was 4-2 with an ERA of 1.70 in his beginning six career outings against the Rockies, but in total eight starts, he's 1-6 with a 6.11 ERA. Carlos Gonzalez who had gone 2 for 4 on Wednesday where his 23rd home run was the NL-leading, is 3 for 13 off Capuano. Ellis is 6 for a dozen off Chacin, Gonzalez is 3 for 4. Ramirez is 0 for 3 and Kemp, with nine strikeouts, is 5 for 28.

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