Game 1 of 4 vs. Mets at Coors Field

The Rockies have a chance to win at least three of four against the Mets.  Tonight Jason Hirsh, former Rockies SP, will join Jenny Cavner and Spilly in the studio.  EdtheUmp can be heard bellowing from New Mexico, “DO NOT THROW A STRIKE ON 0-2 COUNTS.”  CarGo is expected to take EYJ to school on fielding in left field.  Today is May Day and the Rockies will likely see Jhoulys Chacin and Money be activated this weekend leaving Tyler Chatwood and Brett Anderson as the only guys on the DL.  Baby Bull is back in the lineup tonight.   DJLM day off, replaced by Culberson. Bench all RH batters.  NoDo on 20-game hitting streak.   Tulo as of today is the odds on favorite to win the MVP according to Bovada.

 

nym  VS.   col

Legares CF                          Blackmon RF

Murphy 2B                         Arenado   3B

Wright 3B                          Gonzalez LF

Duda 1B                               Tulowitzki SS

Young LF                           Morneau 1B

Granderson RF                 Rosario C

d ‘Arnaud C                        Dickerson CF

Tejada SS                            Culberson 2B

Colon P                                Nicasio P

 

Thursday 5/1, 6:40 PM MT at Coors Field

Radio: NYM: 710 WOR, WEPN 1050 COL: KOA 850, KNRV 1150

TV: NYM: SNY COL: ROOT SPORTS

 

IN GAME CHAT

 

 

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IN GAME CHAT

 

 

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Pooter
Pooter
6 years ago

Swing and a miss on taking a shot at EYJ in your article, he is not in the lineup tonight. Unfortunately, he is not in the lineup because his hitting has been typical EYJ.

sdcarp
sdcarp
6 years ago

The Amazin’s are 15-11. They have the fat boy on the mound tonight. This will be a fun matchup.

sdcarp
sdcarp
6 years ago

Name to keep in mind moving forward: Joel Hanrahan Former Pirate, Red Sox, Dodger, National. Coming back from TJ surgery. Auditioned for scouts a couple of weeks ago and was hitting 93 on the gun……not too far away from his “normal” 95-96 range. Looks to be ready by early June. His career has been up and down to say the least – but he’s had some really nice ups (think 1.5K/1 IP during a couple of seasons). He’s closed at… Read more »

sdcarp
sdcarp
6 years ago
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Nevermind – snatched up by the Tigers. That didn’t take long.

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