The Rockies got to work early today when Tulo came out as the leader and spokesman for his comrades boldly declaring that “something needs to change” with the Rockies before 2015. It appeared to fire up Colorado tonight as they rallied from 3-0 and 4-3 deficits before blowing the game wide open with seven straight hits off Jake Arietta for a six-run sixth inning. Colorado then added four more runs off Chris Rusin the next inning for a 13-4 lead which became a final. The shocking news was that the bullpen (Matt Belisle, Tommy Kahnle, and Brooks Brown) issued only one free pass over the last three innings. The offensive stars were CarGo, Corey Dickerson, and Fort McKenry who batted 5-6-7 in the lineup. They had 10 hits and eight RBIs combined including two home runs, a triple, and two doubles. Now that’s Rockies baseball as we know it. On the mound, Jordan Lyles went six innings giving up four runs to raise his record to 6-1.