Comments Off on Mile-High Meltdown: Colorado’s Pressure Mounting After Rocky Start with Rival
So much for burying the Giants. After a second straight lackluster night in San Francisco, the Rockies found themselves up just 2.5 games in the National League Wild Card race. With a 4.5-game lead coming into the series, it was well reported that if the Rockies won just one game in the series, they would be just fine. That is still possible, but after the way the Rockies played on Monday and Tuesday night, winning a game on Wednesday night against Matt Cain seems as close to impossible as it gets. However, the fact remains that while the Rockies were shooting for a good series in San Francisco, they knew that if they were able to take one out of the three games, they would be just fine. It is a tall order, but stranger things have happened. The Rockies can go to their hotel rooms tonight ...

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