Colorado Rockies Rundown: Injuries, Injuries, Injuries!
Jul 31, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; Colorado Rockies starting pitcher K. Kendrick (38) reacts after allowing a solo home run to St. Louis Cardinals third baseman M. Carpenter (13) in the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Kyle Kendrick fades… again
(via Rockies Zingers)
So whenever my dogs and/or cat does something bad, or dumb, or pathetic, I always tell them — as they look so pathetically pitiful up at me after doing whatever it is that they did — that “it’s really tough being a dog today, isn’t it?”
Then, they sniff their butt and walk away.
That’s kind of like what it is with Kyle Kendrick in a Rockies uniform. It’s been really tough to be a Kyle Kendrick in 2015. To the best of my knowledge, Kendrick hasn’t sniffed his own butt. But — but! — one or two more starts, and Kendrick will be able to walk away.
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Rockies Zingers’ Nick Tremaroli analyzes correctly that it’s been a tough year for Kyle. The shut down likely won’t happen, though; with Gray and De La Rosa having just now been shut down, and the Rockies already (literally) doing the proverbial limp back to the barn, Kyle Kendrick is likely destined to start twice the rest of the way…