This is quite a low O/U number. Its true that Rogers has been pretty good. He walked four in four innings when he faced the Cardinals previously though. Also, despite pitching well, three of his last four starts have seen 15 combined runs scored. Meanwhile, each of Kim's last two starts have also reached double-digits. He's 0-3 with a 6.58 ERA his past three. He also just missed his past start due to back issues. Consider the Over.