Arizona at Colorado

Aug 29, 2014 at 9:40 PM ET
Arizona55-78 (28th)27-42 (29th)28-36 (21st)517 (23rd)620 (26th)2-8Lost 3
Colorado53-81 (29th)34-34 (20th)19-47 (30th)615 (3rd)695 (30th)5-5Lost 3

Who's Hot


Ender Inciarte (OF) .500 in last 8AB
Wade Miley (SP) 0-2, 1.83 in last 19.2IP
David Peralta (OF) .400 in last 10AB


D.J. LeMahieu (2B) .450 in last 20AB

Who's Cold


Didi Gregorius (IF) .115 in last 52AB
Chase Anderson (P) 0-2, 12.86 in last 7IP
Miguel Montero (C) .111 in last 9AB
Trevor Cahill (P) 0-1, 7.45 in last 9.2IP
Cliff Pennington (IF) .118 in last 17AB
Aaron Hill (2B) .125 in last 8AB


Brandon Barnes (OF) .000 in last 8AB
Franklin Morales (P) 0-1, 6.30 in last 10IP
Josh Rutledge (IF) .000 in last 12AB
Jordan Lyles (P) 0-1, 5.94 in last 16.2IP
Michael McKenry (C) .091 in last 11AB
Nolan Arenado (3B) .091 in last 11AB
Drew Stubbs (OF) .100 in last 10AB
Charlie Blackmon (OF) .111 in last 9AB
Corey Dickerson (OF) .111 in last 9AB
Justin Morneau (1B) .200 in last 10AB



Matt Reynolds (P) Tommy John surgery (60-day DL)
Cody Ross (OF) Strained left calf (15-day DL)
Bronson Arroyo (SP) Right elbow tendinitis (15-day DL)
Patrick Corbin (SP) Tommy John surgery (60-day DL)
Paul Goldschmidt (1B) Fractured left hand (15-day DL)
David Hernandez (P) Right elbow injury (60-day DL)
Daniel Hudson (P) Tommy John surgery (60-day DL)
Chris Owings (SS) Left shoulder injury (15-day DL)
A.J. Pollock (CF) Broken hand (15-day DL)


Carlos Gonzalez (OF) Left knee tendinitis (60-day DL)
Tommy Kahnle (P) Right shoulder inflammation (15-day DL)
Boone Logan (P) Left elbow inflammation (15-day DL)
Wilin Rosario (C) Left wrist injury (15-day DL)
Troy Tulowitzki (SS) Hip injury (60-day DL)
Brett Anderson (SP) Back injury (60-day DL)
Jhoulys Chacin (SP) Right shoulder inflammation (60-day DL)
Tyler Chatwood (SP) Right elbow injury (60-day DL)
Michael Cuddyer (RF/1B) Hamstring (15-day DL)

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