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Game #60: Aaron Cook vs Yovani Gallardo

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Cook vs. Gallardo would have been the main event on the card if this series was a wrestling match, but it's buried here on a getaway afternoon game with the Rockies having already wrapped up a series win by beating Milwaukee twice. So what is today? Icing. Yummy sour cream frosting on a delicious chocolate cupcake.

Finish the cupcake Rockies. Don't cheat out on the icing.

The lineup widget's still unavailable, let's drool over some wildcard standings in the meantime:


National League Wild Card Standings

W L PCT GB STRK
New York 31 26 .543 0 Lost 1
San Francisco 31 27 .534 0.5 Won 2
Cincinnati 31 27 .534 0.5 Won 2
St. Louis 32 28 .533 0.5 Won 1
Chicago 29 27 .517 1.5 Lost 1
Atlanta 29 29 .500 2.5 Lost 1
Florida 29 32 .475 4 Lost 1
San Diego 28 31 .474 4 Won 1
Colorado 27 32 .457 5 Won 7
Pittsburgh 27 32 .457 5 Won 1
Houston 26 31 .456 5 Won 1
Arizona 25 35 .416 7.5 Lost 3
Washington 15 42 .263 16 Lost 3

(updated 6.11.2009 at 12:57 PM EDT)


Yeah, I think one team there has more momentum than the others.


Lineup

Colorado Rockies @ Milwaukee Brewers

06/11/09 12:05 PM MDT

Colorado Rockies Milwaukee Brewers
Carlos Gonzalez - CF Craig Counsell - SS
Clint Barmes - 2B Frank Catalanotto - RF
Todd Helton - 1B Ryan Braun - LF
Brad Hawpe - RF Prince Fielder - 1B
Ryan Spilborghs - LF Mat Gamel - 3B
Ian Stewart - 3B Casey McGehee - 2B
Troy Tulowitzki - SS Jody Gerut - CF
Paul Phillips - C Jason Kendall - C
Aaron Cook - P Yovani Gallardo - P