The Colorado Rockies aren’t strangers to an explosive offensive lineup, and this year is no different, as a few Rox hitters are off to blazing starts.

Nolan Arenado has got off to yet another flaming start in 2016, owning a Major League-leading 13 homeruns to pair with 32 RBIs, which is the second most in the National League and 4th most in the game.

Gerardo Parra currently leads the league with 14 doubles, continually adding to the success he has experienced since becoming a member of the Rockies.

Trevor Story currently leads the National League in extra base hits with 24, with Arenado being tied for second (21) and Garardo Parra tied for seventh.

Charlie Blackmon is currently on an 11-game hitting streak, hitting .395 during that span.

Bottom line with all of this is: The Rockies can hit, plain and simple.

The Rox rank fourth in the big leagues in terms of total offense, owning the second highest team average in the game with a combined batting average of .280.

The Rockies sit just a game and a half back of the division lead with a record of 18-18.