Categories Archives: WALK OFF

Home Runs Walk Off Dodgers, 8-6

The game between the Rockies and Dodgers started and ended in dramatic fashion.  In the first, Chuck_Nazty grounded a single up the middle and Deej followed with a bunt that rolled on the 1B foul line which stayed there.  CarGo then hit a chopper over B

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Lucky 7

The Colorado Rockies went into the bottom of the 9th inning Monday night at Coors Field in Denver with an 0 for 15 tally with runners in scoring position, had left 12 on-base, and trailed the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1.  8 batters and 2 outs later pinch h

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Sweepless by Seattle

For a while, I thought the low-key George Frazier tribute was going to be the highlight of today. I know there are folks that prefer Ryan Spilborghs and even Jenny Cavnar in the booth, and they are probably the voice for a younger, stat-centric, social me

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Second Chance Ben

Colorado Rockies’ 1st-baseman Ben Paulsen lost track of the out count in the top of the 5th inning when the Rockies had only one of them.  With a run in and runners on 2nd and 3rd Texas Rangers’ slugger Prince Fielder grounded sharply to Pau

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DLR and Wisler duel ends in bloop

Today’s RoxWalkOff win was one of the more interesting games of the year. Most of the scoring occurred in the first 3 innings. CarGo got the Rox off to a great start, photocopying last night’s home run with another on a pitch just off the outs

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BREAKING: Pen melts – for Dodgers

OK, show of hands – how many of you turned tonight’s contest off in the 7th? After a two and a half hour rain delay, and what had all the makings of another Dodger victory after another Rockies bullpen meltdown, I’m sure lots of folks we

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Descalso beats five-man infield for win

In a fitting wrap to a night punctuated by the Wilin Rosario faithful badmouthing Rockies management after his optioning to AAA, two of the players who have to take up the slack delivered big, along with a badly needed starting pitching performance and ti

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Mammoth Fly + Three Ice Baths = RWO #9

The matchup of the winless starters, Yohan Flande  (0-5, 4.91) and Vidal Nuno (0-6, 4.60) were decided by the bullpen tonight.  After five innings, Arizona led Colorado 2-1.  Thomas Kahnle relieved Flande and couldn’t throw a strike in the ocean

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