Saturday by Comparison: Runs Have Been Hard to Come By

The Rockies are a game back OF the Brewers in the wild-card race for the second spot in the NL, and a game back of the Diamondbacks in the battle for the NL West title. And they have done it without the high-scoring offense many would expect.

The Rockies have the ninth-lowest runs scored total after 128 games in the 26 years of the franchise. They have never had a winning record in the nine other lowest scoring seasons.

Looking for Runs

Tm W L W-L% RS RA Rdiff Rank
2013 59 69 .461 556 572 -16 5
2005 50 78 .391 561 706 -145 5
1993 48 80 .375 565 783 -218 6
2015 52 76 .406 573 678 -105 5
2011 60 68 .469 581 588 -7 4
2006 60 68 .469 585 576 9 4
2010 67 61 .523 595 559 36 3
2014 50 78 .391 597 676 -79 4
2018 70 58 .547 600 610 -10 TBD
2008 59 69 .461 603 660 -57 3

The Rockies do, however, have the second-best record in franchise history at the 128-game point.

Year W L W-L% RS RA Rdiff Twl Rank Postseason
2009 72 56 .562 646 566 80 92-70 2 Wildcard
2018 70 58 .547 600 610 -10 TBD TBD TBD
1995 69 59 .539 702 684 18 77-67 2 Wildcard
2017 69 59 .539 659 614 45 87-75 3 Wildcard
2010 67 61 .523 595 559 36 83-79 3
1996 66 62 .516 766 761 5 83-79 3
2007 65 63 .508 647 615 32 90-73 2 NL Pennant
2000 64 64 .500 777 716 61 82-80 4
2003 62 66 .484 685 682 3 74-88 4
1997 61 67 .477 714 738 -24 83-79 3
2002 61 67 .477 614 679 -65 73-89 4
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