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Arizona Diamondbacks (15-18) at Colorado Rockies (15-15)
MLB Baseball: Monday, May 9, 2016 at 8:40 pm (Coors Field)
R De La Rosa (3-4) (4.60) vs. T Chatwood (4-2) (2.15)
Tyler Chatwood (4-2, 2.15 ERA) takes the hill for the Colorado Rockies (15-16) as they square off against Rubby De La Rosa (3-4, 4.60 ERA) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (15-18) in the first of a three-game series at Coors Field. Action begins at 8:40 p.m. ET on Monday, May. 9 and can be seen on FSAZ and RTRM.
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The Arizona Diamondbacks hadn’t been playing well but a trip to Turner Field to face the Braves turned their frowns upside down with a three game sweep of Atlanta following a 5-3, eleven inning victory on Sunday. Diamondbacks starter Patrick Corbin tossed seven scoreless frames before leaving with a 3-0 lead before Andrew Chafie came on and promptly surrendered three hits including a three run homer. The Snakes attack consisted of nine hits and a walk with Chris Hermann delivering a solo homer and a walk off two run jack. The Arizona Diamondbacks turn to Rubby De La Rosa for the series opening start at Coors Field. De La Rosa is coming off of a 4-3 loss at Miami where he was charged with all four runs scored on eight hits in 5.2 frames.
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I have said many times that the Colorado Rockies might not win the National League West but they are tougher then what most people credit them for. The Rockies proved that point when unheralded Eddie Butler dominated a dangerous San Francisco lineup on the road by a 2-0 count on Sunday. Butler threw a four hit shutout through six innings while four relievers held the Giants off the scoreboard. Colorado produced nine hits and walked once with Nolan Arenado and Gerardo Parra recording RBI’s while Trevor Story and Carlos Gonzalez scored. A red hot Tyler Chatwood gets Monday’s start versus the visiting Diamondbacks. Chatwood has logged consecutive shutouts with eight hits and four BB allowed over 14.1 innings.
Arizona are 2-6 in their last 8 overall and are 2-6 in their last 8 games on grass while going 11-4 in their last 15 Monday games.
The odds for Colorado and Arizona are even, while the Over/Under (O/U) is currently not available. Within its division, Colorado has a record of 8-8 SU. The Rockies have no trouble scoring as they rank third in the NL in offense with 0.0 runs per game. The Rockies are one of the best in the MLB in terms of batting average with a phenomenal team average of .275. Colorado’s pitching staff has been doing better against opposing offenses during the last 10 games, only allowing an average of 0.0 runs per game, well under their season average of 0.0.
The Diamondbacks are 12-10 against NL West foes. Offensively, the Diamondbacks have really picked up the pace in the last 10 games. They have exceeded their season average of 0.0 runs per game by averaging 0.0 during that stretch. The Diamondbacks have a dynamic offense, ranking fifth in the league with 114 extra base hits. The Diamondbacks allow 0.0 runs per game, but have improved upon those numbers in the past 10 games, allowing 0.0 runs per game during that span.
The Rockies have controlled the season series, 5-1.
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Wilson Ramos and his Washington teammates emerged from their offensive slumps a bit on Tuesday, and the Nationals earned a needed win.
Ramos blooped a two-run single to right with one out in the bottom of the eighth that helped Washington to a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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The catcher came up in a 3-all tie with one out and runners on second and third. He sliced a hit off David Hernandez (0-2) that scored Ryan Zimmermanand Jayson Werth and ended Washington’s four-game losing streak.
Ramos broke an 0-for-17 skid with an RBI single in the ninth inning Monday night. In this game, he went 2 for 3 with the two RBIs.
Nationals manager Matt Williams said Ramos’ discipline pays off, especially when he focuses on trying to hit the ball back through the box.
The victory helped Washington (55-50) remain one game behind the New York Mets in the National League East. New York (57-50) won its fifth straight on Tuesday.
Drew Storen (2-0) earned the win for Washington thanks to a perfect eighth.
Jonathan Papelbon posted his 19th save of the season and his second with the Nationals, despite allowing an unearned run in the ninth.
The Nationals scored just nine runs during their losing streak but needed just five batters in the first inning to take a 3-0 lead. Yunel Escobar homered to lead off and Zimmerman (single) and Werth (ground out) both drove in runs off Patrick Corbin to give Nationals starter Max Scherzer a quick lead.
Corbin lasted just 1 1/3 innings, giving up those three runs. Scherzer has been one of baseball’s top pitchers this year but uncharacteristically could not hold that lead.
The Diamondbacks scored three in the fourth, tying it on a two-run double from Chris Owings, as Scherzer needed to throw 40 pitches in that frame and 114 overall in six innings.
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(SportsNetwork.com) – Rubby De La Rosa has turned the corner following a bad start to the month and aims for a third straight victory Thursday afternoon when the Arizona Diamondbacks conclude a three-game set with the Colorado Rockies.
The Rockies counter with their own De La Rosa in left-hander Jorge.
Rubby De La Rosa allowed 16 runs and 19 hits over 10 total innings in his first two outings of June, going 0-1, but has since posted solid wins over San Francisco and San Diego. The right-hander logged eight scoreless frames of eight-hit ball to top the Giants 4-0, then won a 4-2 decision over the Padres after getting charged with two runs — one earned — over seven innings.
The 26-year-old is 6-3 and has now lowered his season earned run average to 4.96. He is 2-0 with a 2.57 ERA in four career meetings with the Rockies, including two starts.
Jorge De La Rosa looks to bounce back this afternoon after having his four- decision win streak snapped last time out.
The Rockies starter did not allow more than three earned runs over his five- start unbeaten streak prior to taking a 9-5 loss to Milwaukee on Friday. He was charged with six runs on 11 hits, two homers and three walks over five innings. The hurler also struck out four, falling to 4-3 on the year with a 5.47 ERA.
The 34-year-old has made 24 career appearances against the Diamondbacks, all but four of those starts, and is 8-8 with a 2.98 ERA.
Arizona drew even in this series by rallying for an 8-7 win last night as Aaron Hill capped a three-run ninth frame with a sacrifice fly.
John Axford, Colorado’s sixth reliever, began the ninth inning on the mound in search of his 13th save, but the first four batters reached safely and the Diamondbacks were able to rally from a two-run deficit to win for the eighth time in 12 games.
Yasmany Tomas went 4-for-5 with an RBI in the ninth inning and scored twice, while Paul Goldschmidt belted a two-run homer in the contest.
Nick Hundley homered in the second inning and walked with the bases loaded to force in the go-ahead tally during a four-run fifth for the Rockies, but they had a three-game winning streak halted as Axford blew his first save of the season.
Charlie Blackmon had a pair of hits and scored twice for the Rockies. Wilin Rosario added two hits and an RBI.