Rockies can't lose, Dodgers can't win, and the rest of what happened in the NL West this week.
After our bats stayed in the freezer last night, we'll be hoping for better from the offense today at Coors Field.
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"I'd rather throw my pitch than give in, so I wasn't too worried about the walk," Kennedy said. "I got [Carlos Gonzalez] with the next strikeout, and I was happy with two outs with Tulo coming...
Infielders Michael Freeman and Gerson Montilla are out-performing some of their more heralded organizational infielders.
Time for Ian Kennedy to show the Rockies what real pitching is, while our hitters feast in the thin air on a tasty diet of poorly-located Colorado offerings. That's the plan, anyway....
Hello again, NL West. Remember us? Seems like a while. Sure we'll be heartily sick of you by the end of the season, after we've seen you 70-80 times, but right now, you're relatively fresh and interesting. And, in this case, quite cold.
A better week for the house in the SnakePit Casino, as the Arizona pitchers surpassed expectations and kept the offense in check. Here are the results, and the first individual line of the season.