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Spring Training Game #5: Aaron Cook vs. Zach Jackson

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Colorado (0-4) vs. Cleveland (1-3)

1:05 MST Goodyear Park

Well, so far it hasn't been good news for the Rockies offensively, as they've hit just .216 in their first four spring training games--scoring only 12 runs in the process. The Rockies haven't been any better on the mound or on defense, giving up 27 runs and having committed several errors already.

However, the Rockies have a chance to start March off on a strong note as they make their first visit the 1-3 Cleveland Indians at brand new Goodyear Park in southwest Phoenix.

Gameday Link

Audio Feed (Indians) for those who subscribe to Gameday Audio (I don't). I'm not sure if that's right, as it just takes me to a subscription screen. Luckily, I'm within KOA's range so I'll just turn on the radio.

Starting Pitchers

Rockies


Aaron Cook

#28 / Pitcher / Colorado Rockies

6-3

215

R

R

Feb 08, 1979


Also scheduled to pitch for the Rockies are Ubaldo Jimenez in his last action before going off to practice with the Dominican team for the WBC, Taylor Buchholz, Ryan Speier, and Cedrick Bowers. Cook and Jimenez are slotted to throw three innings each today, so maybe the Rockies have a shot even with the punchless lineup they've got lined up.

Indians


Zach Jackson

#57 / Pitcher / Cleveland Indians

6-5

220

L

L

May 13, 1983



In their bullpen: Jeremy Sowers, Rich Rundles, Jensen Lewis, Vinnie Chulk, Kirk Saarloos, Jack Cassel, John Meloan, Juan Salas and Tomo Okha. I'm not sure who's throwing today of those guys.

Lineups

Rockies:
RF Scott Podesdnik
SS Clint Barmes
LF Seth Smith
1B Garrett Atkins
DH Matt Miller
CF Carlos Gonzalez
C Sal Fasano
2B Jonathan Herrera
3B Omar Quintanilla
RHP Aaron Cook

Indians:

CF Trevor Crowe
3B Jamey Carroll
SS Jhonny Peralta
C Victor Martinez
1B Ryan Garko
LF Tony Graffanino
RF Stephen Head
DH Carlos Santana
2B Luis Valbuena
LHP Zach Johnson