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Colorado Rockies (36-38)


Tue. 6/19 Wed. 6/20 Thu. 6/21 Fri. 6/22 Sat. 6/23
vs. NYM
W 10-8
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W 10-8
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NYM 4 - 6 Col
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5:40 PM PT6:40 PM MT7:40 PM CT8:40 PM ET20:40 ET0:40 GMT8:40 5:40 PM MST7:40 PM EST8:10 PM VEN4:40 UAE (+1)7:40 PM CT
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Arenado homers, drives in 5 as Rockies beat Mets, 6-4

DENVER (AP) Nolan Arenado should have no trouble getting to sleep now.

Arenado homered for the third straight game and drove in five runs to lead the Colorado Rockies to a 6-4 victory over the New York Mets on Thursday. After hitting .171 while the Rockies lost eight of 10 over the last two weeks, Arenado hit .538 in the last three games.

"When you're losing and you're not getting hits it hurts," Arenado said. "It keeps me up at night."

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Leaders
AVG: N. Arenado.314
HR: T. Story16
RBI: T. Story56
SB: T. Story9
W: K. Freeland6
ERA: K. Freeland3.59
Saves: W. Davis21
K: J. Gray100
General Batting (Rank)
AVG: .251 (12)
Runs: 347 (6)
Hits: 632 (10)
Home Runs: 92 (9)
Stolen Bases: 39 (13)
OBP: .319 (14)
SLG: .419 (9)
Total Bases: 1057 (9)
General Pitching (Rank)
Earned Run Average: 5.16 (29)
Runs Allowed: 397 (28)
Saves: 22 (7)
Strikeouts: 629 (14)
OpBA: .264 (26)
OBP: .338 (26)
SLG: .446 (26)
Run Support: 4.74 (7)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
6/18 J. Díaz Signed to a Minor League Contract
6/14 J. Díaz Cleared Waivers and Became a Free Agent
6/14 A. Ottavino Removed From 10-Day DL (Left oblique strain)
6/14 J. Vasto Sent to Minors
6/13 S. Howard Sent to Minors
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Injuries
Date Player Status
6/8 M. Dunn Left rhomboid strain (on 10-day DL)
6/8 S. Oberg Back strain (on 10-day DL)
5/31 D. Dahl Broken right foot (on 10-day DL)
5/28 A. Ottavino off 10-day DL
5/14 D. LeMahieu off 10-day DL
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