Monday By Comparison: Starters Have Been Winning Foundation

The Rockies rotation has been the foundation for their recent success, compiling a 16-7 record and 3.40 ERA during the Rockies 30-16 stretch, the best ever for a team playing 46 consecutive games against a team with a winning record.

For Starters

Player W-L Team IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA
Jon Gray 2-0 7-0 46.1 34 19 17 5 11 45 3.30
German Marquez 6-1 7-2 59.2 46 20 19 6 13 67 2.87
Kyle Freeland 4-1 8-2 60.2 48 14 14 3 25 52 2.08
Tyler Anderson 2-2 3-6 55.2 38 26 25 9 21 54 4.04
Antonio Senzatela 2-2 3-3 35 28 14 14 1 13 24 3.60
Chad Bettis 0-1 1-3 14 13 12 12 2 8 8 7.71
Jeff Hoffman 0-0 1-0 3.1 8 3 3 0 1 2 8.10
Team 16-7 30-16 281 221 110 106 27 96 256 3.40

The Rockies have equaled the second best 126-game record in franchise history. This is one of only six times in 26 years the Rockies have had a winning record this late in the season. Only once in those five previous seasons (2010) did the Rockies fail to advance to the post-season.

A Post-Season Berth Awaiting?

Tm W L W-L% RS RA Rdiff Final Finish Postseason
2009 70 54 .565 632 549 83 92-70 2 Wildcard
2017 68 56 .548 648 598 50 87-75 3 Wildcard
2018 68 56 .548 582 594 -12 TBD TBD TBD
1995 66 58 .532 672 666 6 77-67 2 Wildcard
2010 64 60 .516 571 538 33 83-79 3
2007 63 61 .508 629 592 37 90-73 2 NL Pennant
1996 62 62 .500 735 747 -12 83-79 3
2000 62 62 .500 758 695 63 82-80 4
2003 61 63 .492 667 653 14 74-88 4
2016 60 64 .484 660 642 18 75-87 3
1997 60 64 .484 699 710 -11 83-79 3
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