Jordan Pacheco homered among his three hits as the banged-up Colorado Rockies slowed down Giancarlo Stanton and beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 Sunday.
Sunday will mark the final game in Colorado this season for Giancarlo Stanton and the Miami Marlins. The Rockies certainly won’t be sad to see Stanton go.
The Colorado Rockies started slow and finished strong. That wasn’t enough to overcome Giancarlo Stanton’s record-setting night.
The Miami Marlins are in desperate need of some help in the back half of the rotation and Thursday night’s game against the Colorado Rockies just reinforced that fact.
Troy Tulowitzki homered and drove in four runs to help Alex White earn his first victory this year, and the Colorado Rockies snapped a six-game losing streak Wednesday by beating the Miami Marlins 8-4.
Ricky Nolasco gave up three runs in the first inning, then settled down to set a franchise record for career victories when the Miami Marlins rallied past the Colorado Rockies for the second night in a row Tuesday, 7-6.
If you’ve ever attended a Marlins batting practice session, you already knew. But Monday night, the rest of the nation got a glimpse of the kind of bombs Giancarlo Stanton is known for in South Florida.
Giancarlo Stanton hit a grand slam off Jamie Moyer in a five-run fourth inning, Mark Buehrle was dominant after a shaky first and the Miami Marlins stayed hot by beating the Colorado Rockies 7-4 on Monday night.
The Colorado Rockies at last gave Aaron Cook plenty of run support, and they did it by rewriting their history of ineffectiveness against Ricky Nolasco.
Four home runs is normally enough for the Colorado Rockies to win at home. They weren’t enough against Anibal Sanchez and the Florida Marlins on Tuesday night.