Braves vs. Rockies
3rd game of Series my 12th of the year at Coors.
This game was a lot warmer than the double-header the day before. It was about 50 degrees for most of the game and sunny. It was great to watch a game not wearing 5 layers of clothes for the cold.
Today being a day game that means there was no batting practice, but I did get my second ball of the year a toss-up from Chris Nelson. It was the first 20th Anniversary ball I had gotten.
Tyler Chatwood made his Rockies debut for the year after starting in the year in Colorado Springs. He was called up after Rob Scahill who came up because of Jhoulys Chacin going on the disabled list got optioned back to Colorado Springs.
Tyler Chatwood and Wilin Rosario heading in from the bull pen to start the game.
Chatwood takes the mound for his 2013 Rockies debut. The first batter he faced was the Braves Ramiro Pena It was a shaking looking start after he walked. B.J. Upton hit into a Double play and Justin Upton hit a single, Chatwood got Freddie Freeman to fly out to Carlos Gonzalez in left field.
Tim Hudson was the starting pitcher for the Braves. He face 3 Rockies batters in the 1st. After Eric Young Jr. popped out to Juan Francisco at third. Dexter Fowler would walk and then got into Hudson’s head during Carlos Gonzalez’s at bat Hudson threw over to first a few times during the at bat. Cargo would hit into a double play getting himself out at first and Dex at second.
The Rockies with one out would go back to back with Michael Cuddyer and Josh Rutledge both hit homers to give the Rockies 2 runs.
Josh Rutledge running to first after his home run in the 2nd inning.
The Braves would score 3 runs and the lead in the 4th inning on a series of hits. (3-2)
The Rockies would tie the score at 3 in the 4th inning. Chris Nelson started the inning with a triple and scored 2 batters later on a Tyler Chatwood single.
The Braves once again took the lead in the 6th inning scoring 2 runs Evan Gattis lead the inning with a double and scored. Dan Uggla who scored also reached on a Jonny Herrera error. The Braves took the 5-3 lead.
Adam “Brooklyn” Ottavino took the mound for the Rockies in the 7th. He had another very good inning facing 3 Braves batters and finishing the inning by striking out Justin Upton.
The score remained the same till the Rockies made it get interesting in the 9th inning. Jordan Pacheco started off the inning pinch-hitting in the 7 spot which was the pitchers spot after a double switch in the 8th inning. Pacheco flew out to left. Jonny Herrera would redeem himself for the error in the 6th inning. He would score on a Dexter Fowler double scoring Jonny and Troy Tulowitki who hit a single to get on base as a pinch hitter. That tied up the game at 5.
Rex Brothers pitched the 9th inning for the Rockies holding the Braves scoreless before the Rockies came up to bat in the 9th.
Cole Kimbrel pitched for the Braves in the 9th inning. The Rockies tied up the game against one of the best closers in baseball.
Dexter Fowler running to second on his game tying single.
Tulo scoring the second run from Fowlers double.
Rafael Betancourt pitched the 10th inning for the Rockies.
Cory Gearin pitched the 10th for the Braves.
With a few switches in the previous innings. The Rockies made some switches in the field.
Eric Young Jr. who started the game in right field was moved to 2nd base.
In the most interesting move was putting catcher Yorvit Torrealba at first base. Yorvit pinch hit for the pitches spot in the 10th inning. he did fly out in that at bat but was kept in the game for his offence. He seemed like he could handle playing there well. He did seem a little nerves but he was only involved in one out in the 11th inning which was a ground out.
Eric Young Jr. hit a triple with 1 out in the bottom of the 11th and it looked like the Rockies had the win.
Fowler after hitting the ball to Freeman.
Eric Young Jr. being called out at home after the throw to Gattis.
After the Rockies did not score in the 11th and the Braves did not score in the 12th. The score remained tied at 5.
Wilin Rosario would lead the 12th inning off with a double.
It was a close one but he was called safe. The next batter Michael Cuddyer was intentionally walked. To get to the pitchers spot.
Matt Belise pitched for himself because nobody was left on the bench. He did make a few bunt attempts before striking out for the first out of the inning. Now Yorvit Torrealba who remained in the game at first base for his offense, paid off…..
He hit a single to left field and Rosario ran from second to home.
The ball was coming in as he started his slide.
Gattis did not tag him and he was safe at home and the Rockies would get the 6th and winning run. So the Gamble at first base paid off for the Rockies Torvit hit the game winning single in the bottom of the 12th for the Rockies. The cool thing was that his catching partner was the winning run. Here he is after Wilin scored and he made the turn for second.
the dugouts than emptied and the team celebrated this dramatic come from behind win. It is so awesome to see the drive and motivation to win this team has and then it seems like you never know who will hit the winning run or come through when needed. Reminds me of the 2007 and 2009 playoff years, not saying that is where this is going but sure would like to see it be a possibility. It is stile early in the season but it is just great to see great baseball being played by the Rockies at Coors.
Here he is high fiving Todd Helton.
Yorvit and Walt Weiss both with awesomely huge smiles. Great move keeping Yorvit in the Game Walt. If he had gave up an error at first that lost the game it would of been a bad decision, but since he hit the walk of single score the winning run it was genius!!!!
The Rockies Played 4 in Arizona since this game was played I just have been busy and can’t get these done as quick these days. But they lost 3 of 4 against the D’backs and are currently tied for first in the National League west with them at 15 and 10. The are starting a 3 game series in L.A. against the Dodgers. The Rockies also designated Chris Nelson for assignment during this week on the road which is kinda sad he was really cool to the fans and was always joking around with us and was just a fun guy to have around. Wish the best for him hope he gets picked up by a good team if he doesn’t stay in the Rockies organization. In his place the Rockies have brought up Nolan Arenado to play third base. In his first game in AZ he went 0-3 with a walk, but I know he is a lot better with a lot of power I have seen him play in Tulsa and the 2 years he has been in big league camp at spring training. This year in Colorado Springs he batted .364 with 3 home runs and 21 RBI’s.
Well That is it for this one the Rockies return home against the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend and than take on the Yankees next week. I should be there for all 6.
So See You at Coors!
Atlanta Braves vs. Colorado Rockies
my 10th and 11th game of the season it was a split double-header.
After snow and cold temps it was time for colder temps and baseball.
This was the coldest double-header in MLB History and the first game was the Coldest first pitch in MLB history.
Yes, that is the temp right after Jeff Francis’ first pitch to Andrelton Simmons.
So for game one Jeff Francis was the starting pitcher for the Rockies this was by far not his best game. His first inning wasn’t bad beside the Juston Upton solo home run. He only faced 4 batters getting the Braves lead off batter Andrelton Simmons to pop out to Wilin Rosario and B.J. Upton to ground out to Chris Nelson at third base. Freddie Freeman flew out to Michael Cuddyer in right field. He got out of the inning with 19 pitches a little high for an inning but not horrible.
Mike Minor was the starting pitcher for the Braves got all 3 Rockies he faced out in this inning. He got out of the inning throwing 8 pitches now that is really good.
In the 2nd inning he did walk lead off batter Troy Tulowitzki. He scored from third on a Wil Rosario single. He moved to third on a Michael Cuddyer double.
Michael Cuddyer running to second as Tulo runs to third.
Cuddy dives into second.
Wilin Rosario hitting his single to score Tulo from third base.
Tulo scoring the tying run (1-1)
Jordan Pacheco than hit a single to score Cuddy and for a brief moment they lead the Braves (2-1) Rox
The Braves would score 2 in the 2nd inning on a Dan Uggla home run.
Dexter Fowler tried to get things going in the 3rd inning. with a lead off triple. Josh Rutledge scored Dex to once again tie the game at 3. Cargo struck out and Tulo flew out to shallow center and Rutledge did not score there is another lost RBI and opportunity for Tulo. That is approx. 10 runs that were not scored with runner in scoring position during his at bats.
Tulo swinging at the pitch that he hit to center for the out.
Rosario grounds out to Braves third baseman Chris Johnson who through to Freddie Freeman at first to end the inning.
Rob Scahill came into pitch in the 5th inning for the Rockies. He pitched really well he got out of the inning throwing only 5 pitches in the inning. That was to the middle of the Braves line up starting with Justin Upton then getting Freddie Freeman and Chris Johnson out. Scahill pitched 3 inning throwing a total of 29 pitches now that is really good pitching. He faced a total of 10 batters striking out 2 and only allowing 1 hit a single to Freeman.
Before leaving the game Francis did let up a 4th run a home run to Evan Gattis. (4-3) Rockies.
Not much happened at the rest of the game it was cold it warmed up to about 28 degrees by the end of the game.
With a 4-3 lead the Braves brought out there very affective and intense closer Cole Kimbrell. He started the inning by striking out Michael Cuddyer, Rosario hit a single, Jordan Pacheco also struck out and while Chris Nelson was batting Rosario was thrown out in a very questionable play. He was stealing second base. The question is was it a not so well executed hit and run or was it a steel attempt. This was the third out of the inning and ended the game. The Rockies lost this one and the Braves now have the best record in baseball. So it was time to empty the stadium. We had about an hour and a half to wait for the opening of the gates for the second game of this split double-header. The first game I was the only one of the our regular group to be at the game. Carlos was there for an inning or 2 and Robert was in his post in the pavilions. In total there were only about 1000 fans at this game.
The start of this game was 30 degrees.
Slightly warmer from game one but not much better.
John Garland was the starting pitcher for the Rockies.
Julio Teheran started for the Braves.
Gonna keep this short and sweet it was cold, I did not take many photos the Rockies lost this one also. The Rockies took a 1 run lead in the 3rd the Braves answered with 3 in the 4th.
Here is Eric Young Jr. scoring that run in the 3rd.
John Garlnd got roughed up he did pitch 6 innings. Let up the 3 in the 4th 2 in the 5th and 1 in the 6th.
Josh Outman came in to pitch the 7th. He recently got called back up from The Springs! He was killing it in the Springs pitching in 5 games 10.2 innings with a 0.84ERA. He pitched 2 very good inning this game also striking out 3 and only pitching to 6 batters.
The Rockies went into the bottom of the 9th down 10-1. the Braves scored 4 in the top half of the inning . Josh Outman allowed got touched up in the 9th inning allowing 4 runs. Some of those were after Wilton Lopez came in to pitch, but were runners that Outman had put on base. Wilton did not get as shelled as in Sundays game but something does need to be done with his inconsistency.
The Rockies made an effort to get back into the game but were only able to get 1 run in the inning. they had a mini 2 out Rally but it was way to little to late. This was there 3rd straight home loss after starting the season with 8 consecutive wins to start the season. The final in this one was 10-2. The temp at the end of this game was 27 degrees. It was not to bad till about the 7th inning and then I got to the point of I can’t handle the cold. Despite the loss and the cold it was a fun night hangin with the crew at Coors.
Well that is it for these two games got another one to post about from the exciting Thursday day game.
This Post was brought to you by Jackson of Lodo without getting warm and eating there between games I would have never made it through the second game!!!!!
April 16, 2013
New York Mets vs. Colorado Rockies
Game 4 and 5 of the Year at Coors.
Today they had a double-header because of the snow that cancelled the game on Monday April 15th.
As most baseball fans know April 15th is Jackie Robinson Day. So all players in baseball wear the #42 which is retired in MLB. Except for Yankees closer Mariano Rivera who still gets to wear it because it was his number before MLB retired it and he will be the last once he leaves the game.
So I arrived at Coors around 11:30 the time that it was announced that all gates would open. After I arrived at the gate they said they were waiting for word if or if not would the games be played. There was about 8 to 10 inches on the field that needed to be removed and nobody really knew how long this task would take. As I did get to enter the stadium I took this photo from the right field line most of the snow was removed from the field, but remained in piles along the out field and first baseline from just about home plate to the right field foul pole. Worker’s were working on the pile in center field when we entered. Now it was not just grounds crew members removing the snow it was promotions people, office workers,The Rockies owner Dick Monfort, Dan O’Dowd, Bill Gievett, T.V Broadcasters and coaches. I do believe that the Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson.
Bill Geivett with shovel in hand and he also had a throwback theme going rocking a Montreal Expos long parker. The second game of this double-header is a throwback game the Mets and Rockies will be wearing uniforms from 1993.
This is some of the progress about an hour and a half after the gates were opened. Here are the workers bringing snow from the large piles to the bullpen where they were tossing it over the wall into a walk way between the bull pens.
Here is a look into the bullpen.
Here is Marc Stout helping in the effort. He is part of the Rockies Broadcast crew. Also in the background is one of the Rockies promo people Harper in the purple jacket and snazzy boots!
First base coach Rene Lacheman helps out.
Catching coach Jerry Weinstein also flung some snow. As well as tossing the snow into the bull pen they were filling the grounds crew trucks and bring that out behind the stadium.
After almost 2 and a half hours being in the stadium and 8 hours of removing snow, they finished removing the it and it was time for some baseball. Here is Juan Nicasio, Jim Wright, Wilin Rosario and Jerry Weinstein heading in from the bull pen.
Here is Juan Nicasio throwing the first pitch to the Mets Jordany Valdespin. Valdespin grounded out to Josh Rutledge at second. At first pitch the temperature at Coors field was 39 degrees. The 39 degrees tied for the 10th coldest game at Coors Field. Nicasio than walked Daniel Murphy and David Wright does what David Wright seems to do a lot when he is at Coors and that is hit a Home Run! His power is not just limited to Coors but seems like he always hits one here. I have also seen him hit a Grand Slam Home Run in Chase Fields during the USA’s win over Italy.
John Buck at bat in the 1st. he hit a single in the inning.
The Mets scored 2 runs in the 1st and the Rockies first 2 batters got out Carlos Gonzalez hit a triple. With Carlos on third troy Tulowitzki came to the plate and does what he does best and that was pop up to the Mets third baseman David Wright. I know he hits Home Runs and gets RBI’s but just seems like not in the clutch.
In the second inning Nicasio saw 4 Mets batters and struck out 2. This is Michael Cuddyer sliding into home in the second inning after getting on base with a double.
The throw was on time but Cuddyer snuck by the tag.
He was safe and scored the Rockies first run of the game. (2-1) Mets
Chris Nelson would also hit a single in the inning.
Nicasio only face 3 batters in the 3rd inning. Sending Daniel Murphy, David Wright and Ike Davis down in order. Pretty good inning by Nicasio!
Cargo would send one for a ride in the 3rd for the Rockies tying run with a home run to the second deck. (2-2)
The Mets would once again take the lead getting a run in 4th. (3-2)Mets
David Wright once again haunts us with his long ball and hit his second home run of the game in the 5th inning. This a solo shot to center. His first was hit to the Rockies bullpen. (4-2) Mets
After Eric Young Jr. Got on base and Cargo walked Tulo was hit in the left elbow with a pitch. It look like it hurt. Here is Walt Weiss and Kieth Dugger checking it out after he took his base. He, Cargo and EYJ would all score in the inning. (5-4) Rockies
Cuddy came to the plate took this pitch for a strike. He as Cargo did would be walked.
Carlos Gonzalez crosses home for the 2nd run of the inning.
Tulo also scored.
The Rockies scored an additional run in the 6th inning. Chris Nelson lead off the inning with a double and scored on a EYJ single. (6-4) Rockies
EYJ would hit a triple in the 8th inning scoring Jordan Pacheco from 1st. (7-4) Rox
here is EYJ’s triple going over Valdespin in right field.
At that point they were still removing snow in the upper decks and in the Rockpile.
Crew shoveling the Rockpile late in-game 1.
Jonny Herrera throws to first for the last out of the first game the Rockies would win this one 8-4 Cargo also scored in the 8th inning.
Rockies celebrate their win in the first game.
So it was announced that this would not be a split doubleheader during the first game so we did not have to leave the stadium. They were going to start the second game a half hour. So we headed to the game used booth to pick up a Name Plate Amy wanted from Opening Day.
We than headed back to our seats and it was time for game 2.
It being a throwback game to 1993 the Mets wore the Uniforms they wore at home in 1993 and the Rockies wore their Grey Away uniforms that each team had worn on April 5, 1993. The first Rockies game ever. They also used the old graphics on the LED boards around the stadium.
Jeff Francis was the starting pitcher for the Rockies in-game two. Collin Cowhill started the game with a single, he would be thrown out at second on a fielder’s choice play hit by Daniel Murphy. David Wright hit into a double play to end the inning.
Eric Young Jr. lead the 1st inning with a single.
He would advance to third on a Josh Rutledge single.
Cargo would hit a sac fly to center and Eric Young Jr. would scored the first run of the Throwback game which was an interesting case of history repeating it self, since his Dad Eric Young Sr. scored the first Rockies run at home in 1993.
EYJ scoring the first run of the game. Not quite an Opening Day home Run but still the first run in the Throwback uniform. I think it would have been cool if he wore the #21 for the game his dads number in 1993. That would be the Rockies only run of the inning. The Mets would respond with a run in the 2nd inning.
Jeff Francis throwing to the Mets Rueben Tejada. Tejada would hit to Cuddyer in right field which scored Lucas Duda to tie the game at 1.
Tejada would try to stretch the hit into a double and was tagged out at second.
Tejada at second with Tulo covering.
The Mets would take a lead in the 3rd scoring 2 runs. David Wright would walk in the inning here he is on first while Jeff Francis pitches in the inning.
Jordan Pacheco at bat in the 3rd inning with the throwback graphics on the board along the third base line.
Michael Cuddyer who got on base with a single was caught stealing for the second out of the inning.
Mets starting pitcher Aaron Laffey in the 4th inning.
Yorvit Torealba hits a foul during his at bat in the 4th inning. He would walk in the inning.
Jordan Pacheco with his bare hand in his pocket before the pitch. He was looking really cold. It was cold this game also first pitch was 36 degrees which is in the top 5 of coldest games played at Coors. Thanks Stout for the Stoutistics! about these cold games. It was even colder at this point in the game.
Tejada gets brushed back with a high fastball.
The 5th inning was a rough inning for the Rockies the Mets scored 5 runs in the inning.
Daniel Murphy crossing the plate for the first Mets run of the inning. It was a long inning with the Rockies out in the field for over a half hour.
Walt Weiss would take Jeff Francis in the inning after facing 7 batters in the inning with only 1 out. the Mets hit 4 base hits, he walked 1 and hit Lucas Duda.
Francis walking off the field.
Tejada on first after his single in the 5th inning. Francis pitched 4.1 innings letting up 9 hits, 8 runs, walking 4 and striking out 4. He has a 8.25 ERA. He did not pitch terrible but his bad innings were really bad most of the hits and walks were from the 5th inning.
Adam “Brooklyn” Ottavino came in to pitch. He pitched the remainder of the 5th inning and all of the 6th.
Cargo hitting his double in the Rockies half of the 5th. Cuddy and Pacheco both walked, Rutledge who was on third scored on Pacheco’s walk. Chris Nelson sac fly to Mets right fielder Marlon Byrd, scoring Cargo from 3rd. The Rockies would score 4 runs in the inning. (8-6) Mets
Josh Edgin pitching in the 5th inning. The Mets used 7 pitchers in the game and Edgin and Latroy Hawkins in the inning.
Yorvit Torrealba hit a double in the 5th which scored Cuddy and Pacheco.
Pacheco crossing the plate. And 2 BNW photos with a pan to show off the mad photo skillz or did a setting change and I was lucky I panned the runners!
Matt Belise Pitching in the 7th inning he pitched both 7th and 8th inning. He faced 6 batters and struck out 2 and let up only one hit to Ike Davis who pinch hit in the 8th but was doubled up on a Daniel Murphy hit to Jonny Herrera, Davis was out at second.
With bases loaded and 2 outs they brought out Troy Tulowitzki to pinch hit for Reid Brignac. Not a decision I may have made, As many home runs and RBI’s he gets it seems like many are not in late inning clutch situations when the Rockies are down a few runs. This is the second time today he could not come through in this type of situation. I know most people are saying he is 2nd on the team in RBI’s, but my question is imagine how many he could have if he hit in the clutch? It would have been 4 to 6 more just in these two games. He started the games today with 11 and finished with the same amount.
Miguel Tejada throwing to first or well attempting to throw to first.
David Wright hitting to Rutledge at second for the first out of the 9th inning for the Mets.
Rex Brothers pitched for the rockies in the 9th faced 4 batters the only base runner was Mike Baxter who came in the game in the 5th inning for the Mets replacing Lucas Duda in left.
Rafael Betancourt pitched for the Rockies in the 10th inning ohh yes like it wasn’t cold enough the human rain delay came into pitch. He struck out 2 walked 2 and 2 batters flew out in the inning.
Pacheco came up in the bottom of the tenth with Cargo on third and Cuddy on 1st and 2 outs. Cuddy advanced to 2nd on a none contested steal. Pacheco hit a ground ball single to right field scoring Cargo for a walk of hit.
The Rockies win 9-8 in this game.
They are now 10-4 on the season and are undefeated at Coors. As I am writing this they are 1.5 games ahead of the Giants and leading the National League West. The 3rd game of this series has been postponed and they are scheduled to play what would have been the 4th game tomorrow afternoon. No date has been posted for the make up of the Wednesday game. There are a few off days that both teams have but most are with the Mets on the east coast and Rockies away.
That is it for this very interesting day at Coors. I was at the stadium for 12 hours from the time I arrived at the gates till I left after the second game.
That’s it for this one see you at Coors when the snow melts!
Padres vs. Rockies
Game 3 of Series and my 3rd of the year.
Rockies up 2-0 in the Series
This year the Rockies have gotten new graphics on the score board.
Today was the first autograph Sunday and what is a better way to start off is with the first Rockies 1993 Team members signing the first line I got on had David Neid and Gerald Clark. Since I already had both of them on my 1993 team project I had Gerald sign my Ticket stub and David Neid signed the photo I had in the 1993 post of him throwing at Shea. The Photo above was of the signers of the second group I went to and it was Freddie Benavides and Gary Wayne. I had Benavides also sign my ticket stub and Wayne on the 1993 photo since he was not there on Saturday.
Eric Young was the next line over. I did not get anything signed by him.
After the autograph session was over we headed to the wall and bullpen coach Bo McLaughlin stopped and signed a few for us. I did not have anything for him to sign and he is on my team photo for the year.
Today being a Sunday day game a few starters did not start and the bench guys took the field.
Pacheco was at first, Reid Brignac at 2nd and Jonny Herrera started at short.
Jhoulys Chacin and Wilin Rosario heading in from the bull pen.
Jhoulys Chacin throwing the first pitch to the Padres Evereth Cabrera. He and Will Venerable would both get out Cabrera grounded out to Brignac at second and Venerable flew out to Dex in center. Mark Kotsay hit a single and was left on base.
Rene Lacheman does his thing giving a ball to a kid and his spiel, It is great to listen to. We have been watching him do this in the Springs for years and it is great that he now gets to do it in Coors.
Edinson Volquez started for the Padres. The Rockies roughed him up quick.
Carlos Gonzalez hit a double and also advanced on a wild pitch. He scored on a Brignac double and the Rockies took a 3-0 lead.
The Padres Scored a run in the 4th inning and the Rockies went on to score one also in the 6th inning. (4-1) Rockies
Jhoulys Chacin pitch 6.2 innings and than was removed from game by Walt Weiss. He let up 1 run, 6 hits, 2 strike outs and did not walk anyone. He also threw 99 pitches and has a 1.35 ERA in his 2 starts.
Edgmer Escolona cam into the game and he pitched the remainder of the 7th and the whole 8th inning.
Cargo taken a pitch for a ball and was walk in his 7th inning at bat.
With Cargo and Fowler on Wilin Rosario hit his third home run of the season.
Wilin at home plate after his run around the bases. (7-1) Rockies
Jonny Herrera hit a triple in the 8th with Chris Nelson scoring the Rockies 8th run of the game.
Yorvit Torealba pinch hit for the pitcher in the inning and scored there 2 run of the inning and final run of the game. (9-1) Rockies
Wilton Lopez came in to pitch the 9th inning for the Rockies. After getting Yonder Alonso and Jedd Gyorko out things got a little shaky letting up a single to Chris Denorfia and a double to Alexi Amarista.
He held the runners on base and john Baker flew out to Dexter Fowler for the final out of the series.
The Rockies swept the Opening series against the Padres and the last 2 in Milwaukee. They have a 5 game winning streak and are 5-1 on the season and leading the league with 13 home runs. Ooops 14 Cargo just put one in McCovey Cove as I wrote this!
I think this road trip will be a big test and if things go well we should be ok. Going to two very none pitching friendly stadiums At&T Park in San Francisco and Petco Park in San Diego. I am also interested how the game at Petco will change this year with the new dimensions.
So that is it for this Opening Weekend. It was great hangin with everyone and being at Coors once again. Meeting some of the 1993 guys was an awesome experience and see the Rockies play some great games again made it even better. It has been along time since we saw good games at Coors the hitting has been incredible and the pitching has been doing a really good job keeping runner of base and working out of situations when there are runners on.
Well that is it for this one, I will be at Coors the whole home stand against the Mets and Diamondbacks.
See You at Coors!