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    Atlanta Braves (32-29) @ Colorado Rockies (29-33) 6/9-6/12



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    Monday, 6/9 8:40 PM

    Gavin Floyd, RHP (0-2, 2.80 ERA/3.36 FIP/3.37 xFIP) vs Christian Bergman, RHP (0-0, 0.00 ERA/0.00 FIP/0.00 xFIP)



    Floyd has given up three earned runs or fewer in every start, but two unearned runs off errors cost him against the Mariners on Tuesday. His 10 hits allowed, however, were his most since May 27, 2012.


    A 24th-round Draft pick in 2010 who has developed into a front-line pitcher at Triple-A Colorado Springs, Bergman will make his Major League debut against the Braves.
    Tuesday, 6/10 8:40 PM

    Mike Minor, LHP (2-4, 3.07 ERA/3.85 FIP/3.42 xFIP) vs Juan Nicasio, RHP (5-4, 4.68 ERA/5.08 FIP/4.15 xFIP)



    Minor has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his seven starts. Since surrendering six homers in his first five starts, he has prevented opponents from going deep in his past two outings.


    Nicasio struggled with command of both his fastball and his breaking ball Thursday vs. the D-backs. He was consistently behind in the counts, and when he missed, he missed high, resulting in two homers among 11 hits and seven run in 5 1/3 innings.

    Wednesday, 6/11 8:40 PM

    Julio Teheran, RHP (6-3, 1.89 ERA/3.66 FIP/3.85 xFIP) vs Eddie Butler, RHP (0-1, 10.13 ERA/4.02 FIP/5.25 xFIP)



    Teheran has produced a 1.23 ERA in the four starts he's made since allowing a season-high four earned runs on May 14. He takes his MLB-leading ERA into Coors Field, where he allowed one run in seven innings last year.


    Butler's MLB debut didn't go as planned Friday. The Dodgers got to the Rockies No. 2 ranked prospect for six runs, on 10 hits through 5 1/3 innings. Manager Walt Weiss felt Butler outperformed his final line and hopes he continues to be aggressive.


    Thursday, 6/12 3:10 PM

    Ervin Santana, RHP (5-2, 3.69 ERA/3.22 FIP/3.38 xFIP) vs Jhoulys Chacin, RHP (0-4, 5.35 ERA/4.66 FIP/4.67 xFIP)



    Santana allowed just one unearned run in seven stress-filled innings on Saturday. Opponents have hit .316 with a .369 on-base percentage in his past five starts. He allowed seven runs in his only previous Coors Field start.


    Chacin, who missed the first month because of a right shoulder strain, found his sinker and curveball in his last start, but faltered in the seventh and was credited with six-plus innings, three runs. He wants to go deeper.




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    Wonder when we'll get back to winning series. On paper, we could sweep...but yeaa with how this team plays..meh.

    Can't trust the offense, can't trust the pitching, can't trust the defense.

    At least we're getting Walden back in this series..thank goodness.


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    Kimbrel is going to make it interesting.

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    Two out walks cant be tolerated. Especially at this park.

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    Made that batter look bad though. Good job starting off this series with a W.

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    It's quite a feat playing, and winning, close run ballgames in this park. Rockies obviously a completely different offensive squad here..held them to 1 run. Floyd deserves some big ups..this dude has been pitching quite well but has nothing to show for it most of the time. Finally got a win.

    This Shae Simmons kid is a life saver..just need Walden to get healthy then we can have 7th/8th/9th on lock down...with Avilan and Carpenter pitching in their MR roles..the roles they are best suited for.


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    Nice win, three runs are nothing to brag about in this park and against a pitcher making his debut but we hit a lot of balls hard right to fielders, so the Rockies were lucky we only scored 3. Four game series are always hard to win but this Rockies team is banged up, we need to take advantage of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRAVE KID View Post
    It's quite a feat playing, and winning, close run ballgames in this park. Rockies obviously a completely different offensive squad here..held them to 1 run. Floyd deserves some big ups..this dude has been pitching quite well but has nothing to show for it most of the time. Finally got a win.

    This Shae Simmons kid is a life saver..just need Walden to get healthy then we can have 7th/8th/9th on lock down...with Avilan and Carpenter pitching in their MR roles..the roles they are best suited for.
    I'd still like us to go get a lefty we can put in in the 7th and 8th that we don't have to worry about. Joe Thatcher from the DBacks comes to mind.
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    I am happy for Floyd, it has been a long time!

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    Justin Upton strained left hamstring. Not good

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    Time to take Minor out FREDO, Its not worth risking losing the game to try and get him a win.

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    Minor cannot pitch in Colorado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA_Starter View Post
    Time to take Minor out FREDO, Its not worth risking losing the game to try and get him a win.
    That happen in the boston game , a game you stared 7-0 and you let you staring pitcher so long for 7 runs you are a killer manager i tired of this ****ing FREDO, he is a horrible ****ing manager.

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    i remember a game in colorado that we got 10-3 and ****ing BOBBY COX let glavine tried to completed the 5 inning and they tied the game, i don't like put the game in the line for a win for the pitcher, the job of the manager is win the game for the team not for the pitcher. now the game is 10-8 incredible.

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    And now FREDO let WALDEN IN THE 8 3 WALKS MY GOD WTF HAPPEN WITH THIS ****ING MANAGER?

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