Well we're starting to see things we've never seen. That must mean the Rockies are back at Coors Field and playing good baseball.
ML record 11 straight hits. Franchise record 12 runs in an inning. Walk-Off cycles.
Yup. Things we've never seen before.
What else would you like me to say? Just watch the walkoff to complete the cycle for yourself. (Highlight)
So deserved a win tonight. Seems this team just can't find a way to get him one lately. Whether it be offense, defense, bullpen, sometimes all three, the Rockies don't support Hammel the way they support the other four starters.
Hammel was pretty much in control from the game's first pitch. He rolled rather easily through the first four innings, needing only 33 pitches. Had somewhat of a defensive lapse from Melvin Mora on a ball down the line in the 5th. One run scored directly on the play and a second run was set up at 3rd base with no outs.
After three more solid innings, Hammel, at 86 pitches, was lifted after two batters reached in the 8th.
Blew away Starlin Castro with some gas. Couldn't slip the cheese past Derrek Lee through. Three-run bomb to straight away center tied it up.
For the second straight appearance after the ambulance ride, Huston Street needed only 5 pitches to cruise through a 1-2-3 9th inning. Efficiency. He get the W.
6-for-6 from the 8th inning last night through the 7th inning tonight. I wonder if Tracy finds a way to keep his bat in the lineup tomorrow.
For the second straight season, Gorzelanny's start at Coors Field results in a Rockie hitting for the cycle.
Last year it was Troy Tulowitzki on a Monday night in mid-August. Gorzelanny only lasted 1 1/3 that night because Dexter Fowler blistered his chin with a line drive. He lasted much longer tonight, and actually pitched himself a pretty decent game overall.
Rockies go for the sweep with Jorge De La Rosa. Cubs attempt to win the season series with Carlos Silva.