The Rockies saw plenty of Haren during his 13-year career, including three seasons with the Diamondbacks. The right-hander started 20 games against Colorado, and finished with a 7-10 mark and 5.09 ERA over 120.1 innings.
Haren certainly had his struggles when he pitched in Denver, giving up 19 home runs in 11 LoDo starts. In 68 innings in Denver, he surrendered 82 hits.
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In 17 MLB seasons, Hudson spent 11 of them in the National League, including his final two as a member of the San Francisco Giants. Like Haren, Hudson took the mound for 20 games against the Rockies (19 of them starts). He finished 5-5 against Colorado with a 4.80 ERA. That includes an 0-3 mark and 7.41 ERA in 10 starts and one relief appearance in Denver.
Hunter played all 19 seasons of his MLB career in the American League, but he still played 14 games against the Rockies. In 61 plate appearances, he slashed .286/.328/.482 with three homers and 13 RBI.
When Hunter had the chance to play in Denver, he feasted, going 9-for-15 with three homers and nine RBI. That equates to a .600/.625/1.200 slash line and eye-popping 1.825 OPS.