Found September 04, 2012 on Rockies Review:
Tyler Chatwood pitched just three innings.In a season like 2012, there will be games like Monday's.The Colorado Rockies lost to the Atlanta Braves in an early game, starting at 11 AM Mountain time, which followed a Sunday barn burner at Coors Field that made for a late arrival into Atlanta.The late arrival probably played into the Rockies flat play on Labor Day. The Rockies logged only five hits on the day, scoring one unearned run. Jordan Pacheco, who has been filling in at first base since Michael Cuddyer went back on the disabled list.As flat as the Rockies looked, the fact is, Braves starter Kris Medlen was phenomenal. The Atlanta starter has been phenomenal since being moved from the bullpen into the starters role. He is 7-1 with a 1.56 ERA. On Monday, he continued his dominance, striking out 12 Rockies and walking none.Of course, those who follow the Rockies are always hesitant to throw compliments in the direction of the other team's pitcher. Even when that starter do...
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