Originally written on Rockies Review  |  Last updated 10/21/14
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CarGo crushed three homers in the win.Those who don't watch him will point to his numbers at Coors Field. Those who do watch him know that his home runs have nothing to do with the hitter's park. On Wednesday, Carlos Gonzalez hit three home runs to  help power the Colorado Rockies to a 13-5 victory over the Houston Astros.The amazing thing about a three-homer night is that it was simply a sub-plot, as the Rockies got a grand slam from Michael Cuddyer in the 1st inning, his second of the season, and a three-run shot from the suddenly resurgent Dexter Fowler.Suddenly, this Rockies team is playing the same brand of baseball that brought so many fans to the ballpark in the late 90's. With suspect starting pitching, the Rockies are figuring out that the offense is going to have to hit on all cylinders almost every night in order for the team to win.This was the way that the team knew it would have to be going into spring training. If they were going to win, it was going to ha...
2 Comments:
  • Changed this Rockie fan, Walker traded? Cargo is every bit as good as him and more, can run, can field and is a real ball player in every sense of the word. Glad to see him doing well and should be the starting left fielder in the All Star Game and Dex not far behind him, wow, a intire Rockie out field in the All Star Game, each and everyone is good, keep up the good work Rockies. Sorry to see Moyer go but, he honest above most and knows he didn't keep us in the game. God Bless Him, his wife, family and friends, he deserves it.
  • Another homer tonight, go Cargo.
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