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Game #17 Clayton Kershaw vs. Jason Marquis

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Well, Rockies fans, Clint Hurdle is shaking up the line-up again, further compounding the problem that Colorado hitters have had getting into a rhythm in the season's early going. I'm not even sure what to say at this point about the Rockies' hitting and pitching...only that they haven't executed either facet of the game very well, especially against the Dodgers. In any case, something needs to change fast if the Rockies expect to challenge LA for the NL West division title.


Next Game

Los Angeles Dodgers
@ Colorado Rockies

Sunday, Apr 26, 2009, 1:10 PM MDT
Coors Field

Clayton Kershaw vs Jason Marquis

Partly cloudy. Game time temperature around 55.

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Jason Marquis, who at 2-1 with a 4.26 ERA is the closest thing the Rockies have trotted out there to a major league pitcher this season, will try to end the Rockies' three game losing streak (five against the Dodgers). Marquis has pitched very well against the Dodgers, posting a 1.99 ERA in his nine starts against them. In addition, Marquis has gone 4-0 with a 2.52 ERA in five starts at Coors Field. Let's hope that Marquis continues this trend today.


Jason Marquis

#21 / Pitcher / Colorado Rockies

6-1

210

L

R

Aug 21, 1978





Clayton Kershaw

#22 / Pitcher / Los Angeles Dodgers

6-3

220

L

L

Mar 19, 1988




Lineup

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Colorado Rockies

04/26/09 1:10 PM MDT

Los Angeles Dodgers Colorado Rockies
Juan Pierre - LF Dexter Fowler - CF
Orlando Hudson - 2B Troy Tulowitzki - SS
Andre Ethier - RF Ryan Spilborghs - LF
James Loney - 1B Garrett Atkins - 1B
Russell Martin - C Brad Hawpe - RF
Matt Kemp - CF Jeff Baker - 3B
Blake DeWitt - 3B Chris Iannetta - C
Juan Castro - SS Clint Barmes - 2B
Clayton Kershaw - P Jason Marquis - P