Colorado Rockies Game Notes for June 13 at the Reds

(courtesy Colorado Rockies)

COLORADO ROCKIES (25-40) at CINCINNATI REDS (31-31)
Sunday, June 13 • 11:10 a.m. MT / 1:10 p.m. ET • Great American Ballpark • Cincinnati, Ohio
RHP Antonio Senzatela (2-6, 4.62) vs. RHP Tony Santillan (0-0, -.–)
TV: AT&T Sportsnet • Radio: KOA NewsRadio

ROAD TRIPPIN’
• The Colorado Rockies look to avoid the sweep
with the series final against the Reds today …
went 1-2 against the Marlins in Miami to begin
the trip.
• Last played in Cincinnati July 26-28, 2019,
dropping the series 1-2 … took a 12-2 victory in
the first game of the series before dropping the
final two games 3-1 and 3-2.
• Head to Denver following today’s game for three
games against San Diego (Monday-Wednesday)
and four vs. Milwaukee (Thursday-Sunday).

10 ON IT
• The Rockies have given up 10-plus runs in threeconsecutive games to tie a franchise record …
last matched June 1-3, 2018 with 8-11, 4-12 and
7-10 losses to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
• First team of 2021 to give up 10 or more runs in
three straight … last team to do the same was
Toronto Sept. 15-17, 2020.

FALSE START
• Rockies starters have given up eight earned runs
in three straight outings for the second time
in franchise history (first: April 10-12, 1998 vs.
Cincinnati) … the last Major League starting
staff to allow at least eight earned runs in three
straight was the Montreal Expos, May 1-3 at
Colorado.
• The Rockies starting staff held a 2.58 ERA (83.2
IP, 24 ER) through 15 games May 18-June 3 …
since, are pitching to a 8.12 clip through nine
starts.

SERIES NUGGETS
• Kyle Freeland tied a franchise record with
five home runs allowed Friday, joining Alex
White (Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Cincinnati), Shawn
Chacon (July 8, 2001 vs. Los Angeles-AL) and
Mark Thompson (April 19, 1998 vs. Atlanta) …
became the first Rockies pitcher to allow five
home runs in a road game.
• First time the Rockies have given up five home
runs in a game since Sept. 4, 2020 against the
Dodgers in LA …14th time in franchise history
giving up five or more homers in a road game.

AGAINST THE REDS
• The Rockies split a four-game set with the Reds
May 13-16 at Coors Field.
• Colorado took decisive 13-8 and 9-6 wins in the
first two games … dropped game three 6-5 in
12 innings and game four 7-6.
• Colorado led the series finale 6-1, before the
Reds scored four in the eighth and two in the
ninth to claim the win.

V FOR VICTORY
• With Wednesday’s win in Miami, Bud Black
became the third Colorado manager to reach
300 victories with the club (also: Don Baylor,
440 and Clint Hurdle, 534).
• In 14 seasons as a Major League manager, Black
has amassed 949 victories … 65 managers in history have reached the 1,000 victory mark.

2021 Rockies vs. Reds (2-4)
Date H/R Result WP LP
5/13 H W, 13-8 González Castillo
5/14 H W, 9-6 Márquez Miley
5/15 H L, 5-6 Sims Santos
5/16 H L, 6-7 Doolittle Givens
6/11 R L, 5-11 Mahle Freeland
6/12 R L, 3-10 Miley Márquez
6/13 R 11:10 a.m. MDT
2021 vs. CIN……………………………………………………. 2-4
2021 vs. CIN at Coors Field…………………………… 2-2
2021 vs. CIN at Great American Ball Park…….. 0-2
All-Time vs. CIN……………………………………… 108-105
All-Time vs. CIN in Denver…………………………65-44
All-Time vs. CIN at Coors Field………………….58-41
All-Time in Cincinnati ………………………………….43-61
All-Time at Great American Ball Park…………25-30

IN A PINCH
• Brendan Rodgers smoked a pinch-hit home run
in the seventh Thursday to foil Miami’s shutout,
his second pinch-hit home run of the season, the
first coming on June 5 against Oakland for his
first big league home run.
• First Rockie to hit their first two Major League
home runs as a pinch-hitter and the first Major
League player to do so since Lane Thomas for
St. Louis in 2019.
• Third pinch-hit homer for a Rockie this season
(also: Garrett Hampson on April 27 at San
Francisco).

MAKE IT [CHUCK] NASTY
• Charlie Blackmon extended his hitting streak to
11 games Friday, the second-longest active hitting
streak in the Majors (trailing Ke’Bryan Hayes, 17)
… slashing .450/.532/.675 through this stretch
with 10 RBI.
• His OBP since May 30 is the highest in the
Majors, while his batting average is second
(trailing: Cedric Mullins, .455).

THE HOME RUN HIGHWAY
• The Rockies are last in the Majors with 15 home
runs on the road and tied for ninth with 41 at
home … 56 total home runs are second-fewest
in the Majors.
• First multi-homer game on the road Friday since
May 24 at New York-NL.

TAP DANCING
• Raimel Tapia is batting .463 (19-for-41) through
a nine-game hitting streak with eight doubles and
five RBI … had four doubles through 53 games
to begin the season.
• Six multi-hit games during this hitting streak,
including four, three-hit contests … tied for
the second-most three-hit games in the NL this
season with seven.

FIND SOME RELIEF
• The bullpen has given up runs in 52 of 63 games
this season and holds a 5.40 ERA, second-highest
in the Majors behind Cincinnati (5.80).
• Have allowed three or more runs 23 times,
going 6-17 in those games … 7-4 when allowing
no runs.

ROAD WORK
• Colorado is an MLB-worst 5-26 on the road
where they have been outscored 172-81 (-91).
• Have recorded a 5.75 ERA (247.1 IP, 158 ER) on
the road, including a 6.38 ERA (152.1 IP, 108 ER)
by the starters.
• Offensively, are slashing .202/.272/.296 with 15
home runs while averaging 2.6 runs per game.
• Fewest runs per game on the road since
averaging 3.15 in 2014 … excluding 2020, 2014
was also the franchise’s worst road season,
finishing 21-60.

Minor League Spotlight
• Brian Serven and Taylor Motter led Triple-A
Albuquerque’s offense last night with 2-for-4
games in a 11-4 loss to Salt Lake … Rio Ruiz
added a solo home run, his second as an Isotope.
• Infielder Taylor Snyder stayed hot with his teamleading ninth home run in Double-A Hartford’s
8-1 loss to Reading … slashing .469/.541/1.000
through a nine-game hitting streak.
• Nick Bush gave High-A Spokane six scoreless
frames, allowing just three hits with five
strikeouts … Willie Maclver and Isaac Collins
both went deep in High-A Spokane’s 5-2 win
over Vancouver.
• Ezequiel Tovar led Low-A Fresno to victory
behind a 4-for-5 performance with a home run
and four RBI … the Grizzlies scored five in the
eighth inning for a 7-3 win over Modesto.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING (ALL TIMES MOUNTAIN)
ROCKIES AT A GLANCE
DATE OPPONENT MDT ROCKIES STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TELEVISION
Monday, June 14 San Diego 6:40 p.m. LHP Austin Gomber (5-5, 3.95) RHP Dinelson Lamet (1-1, 3.52) AT&T SportsNet
Tuesday, June 15 San Diego 6:40 p.m. RHP Chi Chi Gonzalez (2-4, 5.74) RHP Yu Darvish (6-2, 2.28) AT&T SportsNet
Wednesday, June 16 San Diego 1:10 p.m. LHP Kyle Freeland (0-2, 9.00) LHP Blake Snell (2-3, 4.97) AT&T SportsNet
All regular-season games are broadcast in English on KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM; home games broadcast in Spanish on KNRV 1150-AM

ROCKIES AT A GLANCE

Game #66 ………………………………….Road #32
NL West Standing…………………………………4th (-15.5)
Home / Road…………………………………….. 20-14 / 5-26
Day / Night ……………………………………… 13-17 / 12-23
Current Streak……………………………………………..Lost 3
Current Road Trip……………………………………………. 1-4
Last Homestand……………………………………………….. 4-2
Last Five Games……………………………………………….. 1-4
Last 10 Games………………………………………………….. 4-6
April………………….9-17 May …………………….11-18
June……………………. 5-6 July…………………………. 0-0
August……………….. 0-0 September…………….. 0-0
vs. NL West…………………………………………………..11-21
vs. ARI……………….. 6-4 vs. SD……………………. 1-5
vs. LAD……………… 1-6 vs. SF…………………….. 3-6
vs. NL Central ………………………………………………….. 3-9
vs. NL East………………………………………………………… 5-8
Interleague ……………………………………………………….. 6-2
Opp. at or Above .500 / Below .500 ….. 12-29 / 13-11
vs. RHS / LHS ………………………………………16-31 / 9-9
Longest Winning Streak………….. 4, 2x, last: 5/30-6/3
Longest Losing Streak ……………………. 7, 4/9-17 (G1)
Series Record……………………………………………… 6-13-1
Series Opener…………………………………………………7-14
Series Finale…………………………………………………….9-11
Sweeps……………………………………………………………… 3-4
Getaway Day……………………………………………………. 9-9
Most Games Above .500………………………………1, 4/1
Most Games Below .500………………………….. 15, 6/13
Longest Extra-Innings Game……………13, 4/6 vs. ARI
Longest Game by Time……………….4:29, 4/6 vs. ARI
Shortest Game by Time…..1:54, 5/27 at NYM (G1)
Come-From-Behind Wins………………………………….13
Trailing 3+…………………………………………………………0
Trailing 4+…………………………………………………………1
Trailing 5+…………………………………………………………0
Largest Def. Overcome to Win……..4, 5/4 vs. SF G2 (2-6)
Losses After Leading ………………………………………….17
Largest Blown Lead in Loss…..5, 5/16 vs. CIN (6-1)
Extra Innings…………………………………………………….. 3-3
Shutouts…………………………………………………………..1-10
Lineups………………………………………………………………..59
Rockies / Opp. Score First……………….. 16-12 / 9-28
One-run / Two-Run Games…………………..9-9 / 3-12
Decided by Last At-Bat / Walk-Offs………. 7-6 / 5-1
Walk-Off Home Runs……………………………………… 3-0
Out-Hitting Opponents………………………………….20-4
Out-Hit by Opponents…………………………………..3-28
Hit Totals Equal ……………………………………………….. 2-8
Rockies / Opp. Score 5+ ………………….. 18-10 / 9-26
Rockies / Opp. Score 4+ ………………… 21-13 / 10-33
Rockies / Opp. Score 3 or Fewer……….4-27 / 15-7
Hit Two or More Home Runs………………………… 9-5
At least one HR / No HR…………………. 18-15 / 7-25
No Errors / One or More Errors….. 13-20 / 12-20
Rockies / Opp. Quality Start ……………….17-9 / 1-21
Ahead after 6 / 7 / 8 ………………….20-3 / 18-1 / 17-1
Behind after 6 / 7 / 8………………….3-32 / 3-29 / 1-30
Tied after 6 / 7 / 8………………………….. 2-5 / 2-3 / 4-2
Instant Replay Reviews – Rockies / Opp…… 18 / 12
Overturned – Rockies / Opp.. ………………………10 / 5
Crew Chief Reviews – Rockies / Opp. … 2 (0) / 3 (0)
Monday ……………… 1-2 Friday…………………….. 3-6
Tuesday……………… 4-7 Saturday……………….3-10
Wednesday ……….. 6-4 Sunday…………………… 5-6
Thursday……………. 3-5 Holiday………………….. 0-2
Purple Jerseys………………………………………………… 5-10
White Pinstripes……………………………………………. 16-9
Gray Jerseys…………………………………………………… 2-11
Black Sleeveless Jerseys ……………………………………2-9
Special Occasion ………………………………………………0-1
All-Time Record…………………………………..2084-2354
All-Time, Home……………………………………1205-1015
All-Time, Coors Field……………………………. 1139-943
All-Time, Road………………………………………. 880-1338
Under Bud Black……………………………………… 300-312

49 ROCKIES STARTING PITCHER ANTONIO SENZATELA RHP

Height: 6-1 Weight: 236 Age: 26 (Jan. 21, 1995) Born: Valencia, Venezuela Acquired: Signed as a non-drafted FA, 7/8/11

Antonio Senzatela (courtesy MLBpressbox.com)

THE BOTTOM LINE
• Senzatela makes his 13th start of the season, his fifth on the road … placed
on the IL on May 1 with a right groin strain and reinstated on May 11.
• Originally signed by the Rockies as a non-drafted international free agent on
July 8, 2011 from Valencia, Venezuela.

REVAMPED
• Since returning from the IL on May 11, has made six starts and posted a
3.63 ERA (34.2 IP, 14 ER) with eight walks and 24 strikeouts … started the
season with a 5.76 ERA (29.2 IP, 19 ER) through six starts before straining
his groin.

BIG RED
• Making his fourth career start against Cincinnati and the second of 2021
… held the Reds to one run through seven frames in Denver on May 16
… allowed four hits, walked one and struck out three … left with a 6-1
lead before the Reds scored four in the eighth and two in the ninth in a 7-6
Rockies loss.
• 1-0 with a 6.75 ERA (17.1 IP, 13 ER) overall in three career starts against
Cincinnati … 16 hits, one home runs, seven walks, four hit batters and 12
strikeouts … lone start in Cincinnati came on May 20, 2017 (5.0,5,4,4,4,5).

LAST TIME OUT
• Took the loss in Miami on June 8 after allowing four earned runs through six
frames … walked just one and struck out a career-high eight batters.
• All four runs came on five hits in the third inning … helped by a two-RBI
triple from Corey Dickerson.

QUICK HITS
• First on the team with 2.4 walks per nine innings … has not walked more
than three batters in a start this season and walked three only once …
walked one or none seven times.
• 3.03 ERA (29.2 IP, 10 ER) with 31 hits, six walks and 20 strikeouts through
his last five starts … has not allowed a home run.
• Leads the team with six hit batters, tied for ninth in the NL.

OTHER COLUMN
• The Rockies have gone 3-9 in his 11 starts.
• Has received a total of 32 runs of support, eight of which came in his eightinning shutout on April 7 vs. Arizona … has received no runs of support
three times and one run twice … received four runs of support across his
five losses and 12 runs of support in his two wins this season.

THAT’LL WORK
• First win of the season on April 7 vs. Arizona at Coors Field, tossing eight

scoreless innings with four hits allowed, two walks and three strikeouts
… third start of his career logging eight scoreless innings, his second at
Coors Field (also: May 26, 2017 vs. St. Louis) … became the eighth pitcher
in franchise history with multiple starts of at least eight scoreless innings at
Coors Field … only Jhoulys Chacín has three such starts.

HOME SWEET HOME
• Has pitched better overall at Coors Field than on the road throughout his
career, posting a 4.74 ERA (267.2 IP, 141 ER) in 54 career appearances (42
starts) at home and a 5.20 ERA (219.2 IP, 127 ER) in 54 career appearances
(40 starts) on the road … this season, has a 3.83 ERA at home and a 6.75
road ERA.
• His .657 winning percentage in Denver is the third highest by any Rockies
starter at home (min. 30 starts) in franchise history, trailing Jorge De La
Rosa (53-20, .726) and Jon Gray (30-15, .667) … tied with Jhoulys Chacín
for the eighth-most home wins in franchise history.
• In 16 starts at home since Sept. 11, 2019, is 8-3 with a 3.17 ERA (99.1 IP, 35
ER), 21 walks and 60 strikeouts.

WORM BURNER
• Ranks fourth in the NL with a 53.7 groundball percentage (min. 60 IP)…
his 53.3 groundball percentage since 2019 second in the NL, fourth in the
Majors (min. 250 IP).

2020 VISION
• Led the Rockies’ pitching staff both in wins (five) and ERA (3.44) across 12
starts.
• Went 3-0 with a 2.10 ERA (34.1 IP, 8 ER), five walks and 19 strikeouts across
five home starts … on the road, went 2-3 with a 4.62 ERA (39.0 IP, 20 ER),
13 walks and 22 strikeouts.
• One of three pitchers with multiple outings of eight or more innings (also:
Kyle Hendricks, Aaron Nola).
• First career complete game on Sept. 15 vs. Oakland, the first by a Rockies
pitcher since German Márquez on April 14, 2019 at San Francisco, and the
first at home since Jon Gray on Sept. 17, 2016 vs. San Diego … struck
out three batters (15 ground outs), the fewest by a Rockies pitcher in a
complete game since Aaron Cook on June 26, 2019 at Los Angeles-AL.
• Made two scoreless outings (8.0 innings, Aug. 18 at Houston; 7.0 innings,
Aug. 29 vs. San Diego) … no other Rockies starter had a start in which he
pitched seven or more scoreless innings.
• Made five starts in which he allowed one or fewer runs, all against teams
that advanced to the postseason … pitched at least six innings in each of
those starts.

STATS AT A GLANCE

2021
W-L ERA G-GS IP H R ER HR BB SO
Overall 2-6 4.62 12-12 64.1 75 38 33 6 17 42
Home 2-3 3.83 8-8 47.0 48 24 20 2 11 26
Road 0-3 6.75 4-4 17.1 27 14 13 4 6 16
vs. CIN 0-0 1.29 1-1 7.0 4 1 1 0 1 3
GABP — — — — — — — — — —
vs. NL Central 0-0 1.29 1-1 7.0 4 1 1 0 1 3
CAREER
W-L ERA G-GS IP H R ER HR BB SO
Overall 34-31 4.95 108-82 487.1 529 283 268 62 169 330
Home 23-12 4.74 54-42 267.2 288 152 141 32 83 173
Road 11-19 5.20 54-40 219.2 241 131 127 30 86 157
vs. CIN 1-0 6.75 3-3 17.1 16 13 13 1 7 12
GABP 0-0 7.20 1-1 5.0 5 4 4 1 4 5
vs. NL Central 5-6 6.78 19-17 87.2 109 68 166 10 39 67
Postseason 0-0 3.60 1-1 5.0 3 2 2 1 2 1
STATS AT A GLANCE
2021 CAREER
AVG AB H 2B 3B HR AVG AB H 2B 3B HR
vs. LH .290 145 42 10 2 2 .276 943 260 57 8 29
vs. RH .292 113 33 8 0 4 .279 965 269 61 7 33
AT THE PLATE
AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB-CS
2021 .000 16 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 9 0-0
Career .063 112 5 7 2 0 0 11 22 0 0 1 66 0-0
LAST TIME
Last Start/Loss: June 8 at MIA, 6-2 (6.0,9,4,4,1,8)
Last Win: June 2 vs. TEX, 6-3 (7.2,7,3,1,0,1)
Last ND: May 22 vs. ARI, 7-6 win (5.0,7,3,2,1,3)
Last CG: Sept 15, 2020 vs. OAK, 3-1 win (9.0,6,1,1,1,3)
Last CG Shutout: None
2021 HIGHS / LOWS CAREER
8.0, April 7 vs. ARI………………………….Most IP …………….. 9.0, Sept. 15, 2020 vs. OAK
None ………………………………………… Low-Hit CG…….6, Sept. 15, 2020 vs. OAK (9.0)
9, 2x, last: June 8 at MIA…………………..Hits………… 10, 2x, last: Aug. 30, 2019 vs. PIT
7, April 2 vs. LAD…………………………….Runs……………………… 9, June 22, 2017 vs. ARI
7, April 2 vs. LAD……………………………… ER……………………….. 9, June 22, 2017 vs. ARI
3, April 13 at LAD …………………………….HR ……………………… 4, Aug. 23, 2020 at LAD
3, April 24 vs. PHI …………………………..Walks…………………… 5, June 28, 2019 vs. LAD
8, June 8 at MIA………………………….. Strikeouts…………………8, June 8, 2021 at MIA
None ………………………………….10+ Strikeout Games……………………………………..None
1, 2x, last: June 2………………………. Win Streak…………………………… 4, May 3-26, 2017
3, April 13-May 11…………………….Losing Streak……………………..4, July 20-Sept. 4, 2019

SENZATELA VS. REDS

PLAYER AVG OBP SLG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO
Akiyama .667 .667 .667 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Blandino — 1.000 — 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Castellanos .750 .800 1.250 4 3 0 1 0 3 1 0
Farmer .286 .286 .286 7 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
India .000 .000 .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Moustakas .500 .500 1.250 4 2 0 0 1 2 0 0
Naquin .000 .000 .000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Senzel .000 .333 .000 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Stephenson .000 .000 .000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Suarez .400 .556 1.200 5 2 1 0 1 2 2 1
Votto .333 .333 .333 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Winker .333 .333 .333 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

2021 DAY-BY-DAY

DateOpp. Dec. IP H R ER HRBB SO TP Opp. SP Left
4/2 LAD L, 6-11 3.1 9 7 7 0 1 2 70 Bauer Down 6-2
4/7 ARI W, 8-0 8.0 4 0 0 0 2 3 96 Bumgarner Up 6-2
4/13 at LAD L, 0-7 2.2 5 5 4 2 2 2 73 Bauer Down 5-0
4/18 NYM L, 1-2 6.0 5 2 1 0 0 4 78 Stroman Down 2-0
4/24 PHI ND, 5-7 L 5.0 5 4 4 1 3 4 88 Nola Tied 4-4
4/29 at ARI ND, 3-5 L 4.2 9 3 3 1 1 3 104 Weaver Tied 3-3
April: 1-3, 5.76 29.2 37 21 19 5 9 18 509 2 Quality Starts
5/11 SD L, 1-8 5.0 7 4 4 1 2 4 89 Lamet Down 2-1
5/16 CIN ND, 6-7 L 7.0 4 1 1 0 1 3 98 Hoffman Up 6-1
5/22 ARI ND, 7-6 W 5.0 7 3 2 1 3 0 89 Bumgarner Up 3-0
5/27 at NYM L, 2-4 4.0 4 2 2 0 2 3 67 Lucchesi Down 2-1
May: 0-2, 3.86 21.0 22 10 9 1 6 13 343 .287 opp. BA
6/2 TEX W, 6-3 7.2 7 3 1 0 1 3 89 Lyles Up 4-3
6/8 at MIA L, 6-2 6.0 9 4 4 0 1 8 98 Lopez Down 4-2

COLORADO ROCKIES HITTERS NOTES

19 CHARLIE BLACKMON OF

Last Game: 1-3, R, BB Current Streak: 11, 5/30-6/11 (18-40) Home: .266 (29-109), 4 HR
CIN Series: 1-3, R, BB Long Streak: 11, 5/30-6/11 (18-40) Road: .299 (26-87), 0 HR
Road Trip: 6-13, 3 R, 2B, RBI, 2 BB, 3 SO Last HR: 6/3/21 vs. TEX RISP: .328 (19-58), 2 HR
• His active 11-game hitting streak is the second-longest active streak in the Majors and the longest by a Rockies player this season … 19th career
hitting streak of at least 10 games, the second-most in franchise history (most: Todd Helton, 25) … batting .450 (18-for-40) with four doubles, one
triple, one home run and 10 RBI over the streak.
• Passed Carlos González (769) for the third-most runs scored in Rockies history on Friday … on June 8, passed Larry Walker (1,361 hits) for the
second-most hits in franchise history … passed Andres Galarraga for eighth-most RBI June 3 … passed Walker for the second-most games played
June 2, appearing in his 1,171st game … his 182 career home runs trail Troy Tulowitzki (188) for seventh in Rockies history.
• Slashing .342/.428/.483 since May 1 … third in the Majors in average and second in OBP over that span … slashed .194/.303/.303 in April.
• Fifth in the NL with a 0.83 walk-to-strikeout ratio (25 walks, 30 strikeouts), by far the highest mark of his career (second: 0.48 in 2017).
• Seven assists are tied for the second-most among all outfielders and his most since a career-high nine assists in 2015 … error on May 12 his first
since Sept. 14, 2019 … leads Colorado outfielders in all-time fielding percentage (min. 200 games),
• Hit the fourth walk-off home run of his career in the seventh inning of Game 2 on May 4 (fifth walk-off RBI) … first walk-off home run since his
walk-off grand slam on Sept. 11, 2020 vs. Los Angeles-AL … first homer since April 2 vs. Los Angeles-NL.

27 TREVOR STORY INF

Last Game: 0-3, BB Current Streak: 0 (0-7) Home: .288 (30-104), 3 HR
CIN Series: 0-7, BB, 2 SO Long Streak: 7, 2x, last: 4/29-5/5 (11-25) Road: .200 (18-90), 2 HR
Road Trip: 1-10, R, 2 BB, 3 SO Last HR: 5/23/21 vs. ARI RISP: .256 (10-39), 1 HR
• Activated of the IL June 10 after being placed on the 10-day injured list May 29 (right elbow inflammation).
• Prior to his stint on the injured list, had gone 12-for-58 (.207) with two doubles, one home run and three RBI over his last 15 games.
• Fourth walk-off home run of his career May 23 vs. Arizona, tied for the third-most in franchise history with Charlie Blackmon, Jason Giambi and
Larry Walker … trails Dante Bichette (five) and Todd Helton (seven).
• Home run on May 23 was his first since homering in consecutive games May 1-2 … 17-game homerless drought tied for second-longest of his career
behind his 18-game drought to begin the season … Sunday was also his first multi-hit game since May 14 and his first multi-RBI game since May 4.
• Third career grand slam April 25 vs. Philadelphia (last: April 24, 2018 vs. San Diego) … first game with at least four RBI since recording a career-high
seven RBI on May 31, 2019 vs. Toronto.

COLORADO ROCKIES BULLPEN NOTES

TEAM PITCHING
W-L ERA CG SHO SV/OPP IP H R ER HR BB-I SO
Season Totals 25-40 5.00 2 1 10/19 551.1 562 339 306 78 237-8 495
Starters 16-28 4.77 2 0 0/0 338.0 342 200 179 46 127-5 282
Relievers 9-12 5.36 0 0 10/19 213.1 220 139 127 32 110-3 213
Coors Field 20-14 4.38 1 1 7/13 304.0 288 167 148 36 123-2 265
Road 5-26 5.75 1 0 3/6 247.1 274 172 158 42 114-6 230
April 9-17 4.76 1 0 3/8 225.0 228 130 119 28 108-3 201
May 11-17 4.83 1 0 4/7 229.1 222 141 123 34 96-4 201 June 5-6 5.94 0 0 3/4 97.0 111 68 64 16 33-1 93

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