Found July 05, 2012 on Rockies Review:
The Rockies should take whatever they can get for Guthrie.The Colorado Rockies and the Los Angeles Angels are the only two franchises who have never lost 100 games in a season.That might change if the Rockies keep the same pace in the second half that they have been on in the first.Dropping the Independence Day game 4-1 to the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals, the Rockies hit the halfway point at exactly 31-50. Double that and the magic number is 62-100. Unacceptable for anyone who roots for the team, but possibly acceptable for the people running it.Game 81 was a fitting way to finish off the first half. It was as bland as many of the other games the Rockies weren't really ever in. The positive for Colorado is that they may have received a good enough start from Jeremy Guthrie to push his trade value up enough to get more than a few batting practice baseballs for him.The embattled righty went six innings, giving up two runs on six hits. He walked one, which was controversial ...
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