Tagged: Jeremy Guthrie

Cargo figures out Houstons launch codes!!!!

5-31-2012

Astros Vs Rockies

Game 4 of series

My 25th game of the season.

As always I headed to the Pavilions for batting practice not long after arriving I got a ball from Rockies. While the Astros batted I caught one leaning over the section divider rail. and not long after that a third, that was also a catch. The Second ball i ended up giving to a kid that was wearing a birthday cake hat. It was his sixth birthday. I believe his name was Philip. Hope He had an awesome birthday at Coors.

Like usual I headed to the wall for autographs once again Jordan Pacheco signed and since he was at dex and friends earlier in the day I know don’t have much left for him to sign.

I did get a photo of him signing this fans Jersey. The funny thing is the next morning I saw someone posted the photo from the phone to the left on twitter.

Geoff had him sign a ball that he caught that Jordan fouled off.

Jeremy Guthrie throwing the first pitch to Jordan Schafer. Schafer and Jose Altuve both got out. The next 2 batters Jed Lowrie and Carlos Lee both hit singles before Chris Johnson flew out to Michael Cuddyer to end the first.

Jose Altuve being thrown out at first.

Bud Norris was the starting pitcher for the Astros.  Dexter Fowler started the inning off right by walking. Dex once again has seemed to really gain patients at the plate and draws the walk aswell as hitting over .500 in this series.

Marco Scutaro followed up with a single. Once again Carlos Gonzalez came to the plate and for the 4th consecutive at bat he hit an HR.

Cargo getting high-five from Todd Helton after his HR.  This was a Rockies record for consecutive at bats being HRs.

Michael Cuddyer scoring on a Todd Helton 2B this was Heltons 562 career double. The Rockies scored 5 runs in the first. The Astros did score a run in the top of the second. (5-1)

This game I sat out in the pavilions in right field. I rarely sit out there it is always fun but doesn’t alway make for great photos. I always like the view from there before sunset. This is a view during Cuddyers at bat in the second. That is Dex diving back to the base.

 Wilin Rosario scoring in the 2nd inning. He got on base with a single and stole second. Ok the Rockies scored 4 runs in the second. 1 in the 4th and 1 in the 6th.. the Astros scored 1 in the 2nd and 3 in the 4th. I somehow don’t have photos supporting the play in those innings.

Here is Guthrie still pitching in the 7th inning and this was only his 79th pitch. He did let up a fifth run. 10-5 Rox. That Ruined my original title for this game which would of been Ten Four over and out but well the fifth run ruined that. Guthrie finished the 7th and Matt Reynolds came in to pitch the 8th. Guthrie let up 12 hits, 5 runs and only stuck out 1. But it was a good performance for his since he has been having trouble pitching at Coors. Good thing he got some major run support. It is great seeing the offence get things going in this series.

Matt Reynolds pitched a great 8th striking out the sides.

Cuddyer catching a ball to end the 7th inning.

D.J. LeMahieu tosses to Helton for the final out of the game. Josh Roenicke pitched the 9th for the Rox. 

The Rockies head to the field from the dugout to celebrate the sweep!!!

Roenicke and Rosario celebrate the win.

The rest of the team gathers the 11-5 win by second base.

The next picture kinda says it all…

…and is the creative BNW for this post.

Break out the brooms it is a SWEEP!!!

That that is it for this great series. Now the Rockies take on the Dodgers and thing are looking good. Hint hint since I am writing this after game one of that series!!!

So thats it for th game.

Now I mentioned dex and friends earlier in the post. Dex and friends is a Radio show on 102.3 ESPN radio on Thursadys when the Rockies are in town at Jackson’s on 20th and Blake across from Coors. Dexter Fowler and another player answer questions in person and talk baseball and the Rockies it is pretty cool this was the third time I attended. The first the other player was Jeremy Guthrie and the second time it was Chris Nelson. Todays guest was Jordan Pacheco.

Here are a few photos from Dex and friends.

Mary and Amy where there. We all were a little late because we thought it started at 1P.M. but it started at 12P.M. This is cool because the players do sign some autographs and take photos I had the Photios from dexters walk od triple signed One of him at first with his fist in the air and another after he stopped at third and eveyone started charging at him. As well as the photo from his wens HR. All three photos can be seen on the previous 2 posts from those days.

Mary with Dex

Me and Jordan Pacheco.

It was a cool day at Dex and friends and a Great night at Coors.

I will be at Coors all weekend. So see ya there. Check back for the Dodgers game one post soon.

For now see you at Coors.

Also I would like to congratulate The N.Y. Mets Johan Santana on getting the first NO Hitter in the history of the N.Y. Mets.

I finally caught my first one.

4-16-2012

San Diego Padres Vs. Colorado Rockies

My 5th game of the year @ Coors.

Like always the day started off in the pavilions for Batting Practice. After the 4th games of the season I have not got one a BP ball. So the Rockies were taking their BP and I would not get my first BP ball of the year. The Padres came up and after the first ball went out I noticed there was a different logo on the ball. So I went over to the person who had got it and It had a Dodger Stadium  50th Anniversary ball. The Padres came from playing LA over the weekend. After a few go rounds and groups I finally got my opportunity to catch my first ball of the year. I get it, look down and it is a Dodger stadium ball. The ball was clean and logo and stamping was in great condition. Not bad for the first snag of the year.

 

Here’s a photo from BP.

Then I notice this familiar guy in left field.

Look it’s Huston Street.

On my way around the stadium a friend had a baseball and asked if I could get it autographed. So I headed down to the wall and the first player out was Todd Helton so he started walking over to the wall. I had the ball autographed and brought it back to them. So when I was handed the ball I asked who were they looking for and the answer was a new guy or someone good, So I got one of the best.

Jeremy Guthrie was the starting pitcher for the Rockies here he is with Ramon Hernandez heading from the bullpen.

Here is Guthrie pitching the first pitch to the Padres Cameron Maybin. Maybin struck out for the first out of the game. Will Venable Than got a double of Guthrie and would score on a Chase Headley double. Headley would score two batters later on a Nick Hundley Double. Yes that was 3 doubles in the first inning for 2 runs.

The Rockies had a not so succesful. 1st.and the Padres scored a third run in the 2nd again because of Andy Parrino’s lead off double and process of moving over from outs to score.

The Rockies would come up in the 2nd. and Helton lead off with a strike out. Michael Cuddyer than hit a double of his own. He would score 2 batters later on a Tyler Colvin single.

 

 Cuddyer stepping on second.

 After sitting down the Padres in order in the 3rd. and the Rocks not having a productive inning the Padres came up in the 4th. Yonder Alonso lead off with a single and then Jason Barlett kept the doubles coming with on to score Alonso. (4-1) Padres. For those keeping track that was the 5th. double the Padres have hit.

Bob Apodaca heads out to the mound in the 4th. inning. The Padres would score a total of 2 runs in the 4th. (5-1) Padres. The Rockies continued not to get things together offensively. The Padres scored an additional run in the 6th.

Then another sleepless night of having bad dreams about having a toothache ache and being chased by dental products.

Still kinda creepy!

 Marco Scutaro tuning a double play in the 8th inning.

 To Helton at first.

and the call by Joe West…..

 yurrr out!! Sit down Jason Barlett. Even when your team is down by five runs it is nice to see a well executed double play.

Helton making a play in the 9th inning he tossed to Chatwood who covered first for the first out of the inning.

After another Padres run in the 9th. and a quick 3 outs for the Rox in the 9th the game was over with a 7-1 loss for the Rockies. The Padres hit a total of 7 doubles. Guthrie pitched 7. Matt Reynolds pitched well in the 8th. Chatwood pitched the 9th.

Two more for the Rox against the Padres.

Well see ya at Coors.

Tonight Jamie Moyer goes again to try to be the oldest starting pitcher to get a win in Major League Baseball.

 

 

If I can get a ticket from one of my usher friends. Oh wait I pay for my tickets!