While they've struggled at Coors Field most of the year, the Colorado Rockies are putting together a nice homestand.
The Rockies look to match their season high with a fifth straight win Friday night when they continue their series against the Miami Marlins in a matchup of last-place teams.
Colorado (45-71) is a woeful 25-37 at home this year, but has gone 4-0 to open a seven-game homestand following a 5-3 win Thursday.
Michael Cuddyer homered and DJ LeMahieu had two hits and scored twice while Adam Ottavino pitched three innings in relief of Alex White to earn the victory.
The Rockies had lost 10 of their previous 11 at home.
"Winning cures a lot," said Cuddyer, who was activated off the 15-day disabled list Thursday after missing 11 games with a strained oblique.
A major league-worst 6.07 ERA at home is a big reason why the Rockies have the fewest home wins in the NL and the staff has only been slightly better with a 5.00 ERA during the four-game win streak. However, Colorad...