Rockies scored three runs in the first inning. Then the lights were turned off for the next six plus hours. In the 16th inning, the Cubs used catcher John Baker to pitch the top of the inning and Colorado looked like Pee Wee leaguers hitting into a double play and popping up 75 MPH fastballs. Then in the bottom of the 16th, Baker walked (of course) to lead off the inning and came around to score on a shallow sac fly by Starlin Castro. Ladies and gentlemen, the Colorado Rockies has officially set a new low bar in major league history for bad baseball.
Numerous rally killing double play grounders.
Numerous runners on third and less than two outs.
Failed suicide squeeze.
No offense for 15 innings (all zeroes).