Tag: German Marquez
The Colorado Rockies' win streak continued under the Friday night lights as they won 4-3 in extra innings against the visiting Philadelphia Phillies.
The Rockies return home after a 3-3 road trip that was riddled with peaks and valleys. Colorado dropped the first three games before rallying to win the final three, establishing some momentum as they return to Coors Field.
For the latest 20th and Blake Podcast, Aniello Piro discusses the Colorado Rockies two-game winning streak.
On a team that’s been grasping for bright spots in a gloomy opening slate, the Rockies have seen the clouds recede in recent days.
For the Colorado Rockies, the club’s leaders, both Nolan Arenado at the plate and German Marquez on the mound were those saviors after a lowly 3-12 start, including eight consecutive losing efforts.
German Marquez nearly recorded the second no-hitter in Rockies history on Sunday.
The Colorado Rockies were defeated by the Atlanta Braves Tuesday night, 7-1. The Rockies are currently 3-9 this season and have dropped five consecutive games, all of which have been at home.
The Rockies just extended starter German Marquez two days ago, agreeing with him on a five-year deal worth $43 million, keeping him in Colorado till at least 2024. Now, it is time to extend their other star pitcher in Freeland, who will be eligible for salary arbitration next season.
Comparing those two sets of results, obvious differences exist. Last year, the team scored 31 runs, an average of 4.4 runs per game. That mark has fallen to 2.4 this year.
For the latest 20th and Blake podcast, Aniello Piro discusses the Colorado Rockies struggles at the plate to start the 2019 season.