Not only is Colorado ranked top-10 in many statistical categories, they're also in the top 10 in attendance through the first two months of the season.
A seven-game winning streak at the end of May gave Rockies fans a slight glimpse of what the 2007 NL Champs were capable of.
Colorado used a mix of strong starting pitching, excellent fielding, timely hitting and a solid bullpen to make themselves the buzz of the town through May.
Antonio Senzatela couldn't be the stopper the Rockies needed, and the Colorado bats had no answer for Seattle's James Paxton.
While the Rockies have been firing on all cylinders, Carlos Gonzalez has not; however, he has no concern as long as the Rox keep winning.
"These two games back to back, we have not starting pitched well," manager Bud Black said, "and that's the big reason why we've lost these two games."
Tyler Anderson struggled early, allowing three runs in the second and three runs in the third to dig a hole the Rockies could not climb out of.
There is a fairly good chance Jeff Bridich and Bud Black have to make a number of big decisions over the summer that will change the makeup of this team.
With Adam Ottavino heading to the DL with a shoulder issue, Carlos Estevez is ready to get back into the mix for the Rockies.
Blackmon learned on Tuesday that he'd nabbed his fifth National League Player of the Week Award.