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Colorado Rockies game no. 103 thread: Tony Gonsolin vs. Germán Márquez

We’ve got a shot at a series split this afternoon!. After a dismal 13-run victory by the Dodgers on Thursday, the Rockies pulled close in a Friday 4-5 defeat. Saturday’s 5-3 Colorado victory featured great bullpen work, a great start by Kyle Freeland and even a loss by future Hall of Famer Clayton Kershaw — setting the table for the Rockies to even the series in the Sunday City Connects.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 44 thread: Germán Márquez vs. Patrick Corbin

After a rough series in Pittsburgh, the Rockies head to our nation’s capital to take on the similarly sputtering Washington Nationals. The Nats shut out the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0, but were outscored 19-5 in the previous two contests. However, this marked the first time the Dodgers have been shut out since Aug. 29, 2021 vs. Colorado (a 5-0 Rockies victory). The Nats are also in the midst of a 17 games in 17 days streak that started on May 20, so we’ll see how that affects them heading into Thursday’s matchup.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 38 thread: Carlos Carrasco vs Germán Márquez

After a postponement yesterday due to inclement weather, the Rockies and Mets will start their series with a doubleheader on Saturday, the first game of which will take place in the early afternoon. Getting the ball for the first-place Mets is Carlos Carrasco (3-1, 3.73 ERA). A longtime stalwart of...
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Germán Márquez is doing something different

It’s no secret that Rockies ace Germán Márquez’s had a tough time so far this season. At the time of writing this, his 6.16 ERA is the 7th worst among the 101 pitchers with at least 30 innings pitched. He’s gotten squared up quite often, he’s not missing as many bats as he typically does, and a ton of the flyballs he allows are leaving the park. His last start against the Royals represented a clear step forward, however (6.0 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 1 BB, 6 K, 1 HR, W), and there’s a good chance he builds on that and makes his way back to the very top of the rotation. His performance is not what I want to talk about today, though, because Márquez is doing something different mechanically, something that caught my eye. It has to do with extension.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 33 thread: Carlos Hernández vs. Germán Márquez

After a Coorsy thrashing last night at the hands of the Kansas City Royals, the Colorado Rockies will look to stop their five-game skid in Game 2. Some Rockies notes:. The Rockies have been outscored 42-18 in those five games and last night was the first time they’ve scored 10+ runs and lost since June 16, 2019 vs. San Diego — a 14-13 loss.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 28 thread: Germán Márquez vs Zac Gallen

Thanks to the late game heroics of Yonathan Daza and the offense, the Colorado Rockies have earned themselves a rubber match against the Arizona Diamondbacks. A win this afternoon means a third series win on the road and a second series win against a divisional foe to hang tough in the NL West race. The Rockies will need an offense that didn’t score a run in 16 2⁄3 innings before last night’s rally to come in hot and back up the pitching.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 23 thread: Erick Fedde vs. Germán Márquez

After completing a sweep of the Reds on Sunday, the 13-9 Rockies will now open up a three-game home series against the 8-16 Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. Both teams enter with some momentum following rough stretches. After being swept by the Phillies in a four-game series in Philadelphia, the Rockies bounced back over the weekend at Coors Field, going 3-0 against the Reds and outscoring them 24-8. The Rockies started Tuesday 1.5 games out of first place in the NL West.
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Rockies game no. 17 thread: Germán Márquez vs Zach Eflin

The Colorado Rockies played a rough game yesterday, and the Philadelphia Phillies took advantage. On Tuesday, the Rox will try to clean things up while their ace is on the mound. This pitching matchup is a rematch from Wednesday, wherein the Rockies took the loss in a 9-6 contest. Admittedly,...
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Sloppy Rockies, ineffective German Marquez, pounded by Phillies

Vaudeville comedian W.C. Fields once said, “Philadelphia, wonderful town, spent a week there one night.”. Not to take a shot at the City of Brotherly Love, Rocky Balboa, or cheesesteaks, for that matter, but the Rockies can relate. Their long, painful Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park began with...
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