Colorado Rockies seem to be having a dream run this season. Their current MLB season has so far been quite pleasing. The victory against the Dodgers only adds up to the momentum. A fantastic team effort saw the Rockies edge past the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2. The match was filled with excitement right from the start. Both the teams were determined to give their team a solid start. None of the players wanted to spare an inch for their opponent. This win hands the Rockies an improvement of 16-47. Interestingly, every run in this match was scored as a Homerun. Kyle Freeland stated that his team looked to spoil the party for some of the big clubs.
Colorado Rockies Beats Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2
It was a great game of baseball for the Colorado-based side. Bud Black was the manager of the team. He expressed his satisfaction with his team’s performance. Black stated that his team connected well with the bat and also pitched outstandingly. The Dodgers had the initial control and gained quite a lot of momentum. They kept on spoiling the chances that eventually caused their downfall.
C.J Cron was the star for Colorado Rockies. He hit a gigantic home run in the sixth inning. Cron muscled Andre Jackson for a staggering 482ft run. This was Homerun number 23 for Cron. Dave Roberts was the manager for the Dodgers. He did not give any excuses for the loss. Dave accepted the defeat stating it was an off day. He seemed disappointed with his team and termed their performance as poor.
Colorado Rockies star Kyle Freeland seemed ecstatic with the victory. Freeland said that he enjoyed winning against the Dodgers in their den. This defeat meant the Dodgers lost a golden opportunity of celebrating their place as the table toppers.