Wilin Rosario has been hitting the ball well of late, coinciding with the Rockies' recent run. Given how well he's batting against the Diamondbacks, both runs seemingly have a good chance to continue.
The Rockies seek a fifth victory in six tries as they host the D-backs in the series finale Wednesday.
Rosario went 2 for 4 and hit an RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Colorado (25-21) a 5-4 win Tuesday after it had squandered a four-run lead. He has two hits in each of the Rockies' four wins over the last five games, hitting two homers and driving in eight runs during that stretch.
He also has been dominant against the Diamondbacks (26-20) lately, hitting .421 with two homers and three RBIs in his last five games against them. Rosario, who was hit in the hand with a pitch earlier in Tuesday's contest, is also .444 in his last seven home contests against Arizona.
"I still can play," Rosario said in regards to his hand.
The Rockies have scored 31 runs over their ...