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The defense disappointed behind Kyle Freeland who only gave up one earned run despite striking out seven through five innings. What did K-Free do on Monday night that no other Rockies’ starting pitcher had done this year? Plus, way more than you’ve ever wanted to know about the 519 batters Freeland has faced in his career. Who’s struck out the…

It’s a classic statement that’s been uttered countless times over and it’s yet to be proven inaccurate. Whenever you go to the ballpark, you’re guaranteed to see something you’ve never seen before. For fans of the Colorado Rockies, it’s a streak of 4,534 games that began on April 5, 1993 and it shouldn’t end anytime soon. This list may not...

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Having already won seven consecutive games against the Rockies and up 7-2 in the ninth with one of the best bullpens in the National League, the Dodgers were poised to pull within one game of the first-place San Francisco Giants. Max Muncy wasn’t about to pass up an opportunity to put the final nail in Colorado’s coffin, one that would...

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The 2021 Rockies’ season may not hold a ton of highlights, but Opening Day sure did during a 8-5 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Approved for 42.6% capacity or 21,363 fans, Coors Field was alight with cheers by the hometown hopefuls, the first time since September 27, 2019 due to safety protocol brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic. Following an offseason that saw the trade of a generational talent, Nolan Arenado, Colorado rolled out an inexperienced lineup that produced all-around against the reigning World Series Champion. While starter Germán Márquez was less than his best – a career-high six walks yielded only one run in four frames – the story in the early-going was the lack of swinging strikes…

Los Angeles was poised to come out attacking after Monday night’s 9-1 drubbing at the hands of Colorado; their target on Tuesday night was LHP Kyle Freeland. Making his fourth start since a demotion to Triple-A, Freeland started the game in a downpour, his third such issue with Mother Nature following rain delays of three hours on July 13 and...

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