After putting their recent struggles against the San Francisco Giants to rest last week at home, the Colorado Rockies have their sights set on accomplishing the same goal at AT&T Park.
Colorado will try to end a nine-game losing streak in San Francisco as the clubs open up a three-game set Friday night.
The Rockies, who have lost 19 of 23 at AT&T Park, had dropped 10 in a row overall against the Giants before taking the final three of four games in Denver last week.
Though Colorado (26-21) entered that series having lost seven of 10, the club appears to be rolling again, locked in a three-way tie for first in the NL West with San Francisco and Arizona after a 4-1 win over the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
Carlos Gonzalez, hitting .350 with four home runs over his last 11 games, connected for his 11th homer and also recorded his second triple of the season.
"This is a good feeling and creates a lot of motivation for us," Gonzalez said.
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