Last year, the Giants lost seventy games. My question: how did they ever lose one? That’s kind of how it feels right now. The Rockies came into this series riding high, but the Giants have brought them down a few notches. San Fran has dominated in every facet, humbling Rockies Nation in the process.
I could sit here and talk about how the Rockies have had three hits in the last 18 innings. Or about how Tulo came in hitting like Pujols, but, against the Giants, he is hitting more like Mendoza. However, what’s the point? I’m pretty sure everyone knows that the Rockies have had their asses kicked.
I know this is an early season series, but these last two nights have been pretty damn depressing.
The Rox weren’t in either game. Hopefully they’ll bounce back today. Of course, Matt Cain is one of the most underrated pitchers in baseball and a true thorn in the Rockies side. So the Rox have that going for them, which isn’t very nice. If they don’t win today, my next post might just be 200 cuss words. Losing turns me into a four-year-old. Let’s discuss something else.
The Rockies finally decided to send Ian Stewart down. This has been a long time coming and I wonder if it is the beginning of the end for Ian in Denver.
Tom Verducci wrote a really interesting piece on pitching in Coors Field. This article doesn’t apply to pitchers from San Francisco. Clearly, they know how to handle Coors.
You know what? Screw this. I’m too pissed off this morning. Here’s a video: