The Rockies are about to enter their Golden Age of starting pitching.
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Three moments stood out in the Rockies’ much-needed, 7-3 victory over Atlanta on Thursday night at Coors Field in front of an announced crowd of 36,527.
The drought is over. Can a real winning streak be on the horizon for the Rockies? Maybe, maybe not. But for one night, at least, the Rockies finally proved they can rally for a late victory.
L.A. staked itself to a 2-0 lead in the first inning off Colorado starter Chad Bettis and never looked back, rolling to a 6-1 victory.
These Rockies are not swooning in June. They seem to have found a cure for their annual summertime blues. Indeed, these Rockies are starting to play confident, quality baseball.
Backed by Colorado’s 14-hit attack on a day when Coors Field was playing like a pinball machine, Jorge De La Rosa came out of the bullpen to restore order in the Rockies’ 11-5 win over Pittsburgh.