The last time Manny Parra took the mound at Coors Field after the All-Star Break, the Rockies abused him on their way to clinching the National League Wild Card. Yeah....I went there.
Now, the Rockies will be aiming to avoid a home series loss for just the second time in the last two months. If that happens, it is a good chance we could be witnessing history, as Ubaldo Jimenez guns for a franchise record 18th win. It probably doesn't get any easier than facing Manny Parra at home. But we know what happened the last time Ubaldo faced a pitcher who was winless in his last six starts...
08/15/10 1:10 PM MDT
|Milwaukee Brewers||Colorado Rockies|
|Rickie Weeks - 2B||Eric Young Jr. - LF|
|Corey Hart - RF||Ryan Spilborghs - RF|
|Ryan Braun - LF||Carlos Gonzalez - CF|
|Prince Fielder - 1B||Troy Tulowitzki - SS|
|Casey McGehee - 3B||Melvin Mora - 1B|
|Chris Dickerson - CF||Ian Stewart - 3B|
|Alcides Escobar - SS||Miguel Olivo - C|
|George Kottaras - C||Clint Barmes - 2B|
|Manny Parra - P||Ubaldo Jimenez - P|
#26 / Pitcher / Milwaukee Brewers
Oct 30, 1982
|2010 - Manny Parra||3-9||31||14||0||0||0||0||97.1||114||64||59||14||50||99||5.46||1.68|