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Game 156: Kyle Lohse vs. Jorge De La Rosa

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This is a game that the Rockies should win. In fact, if they lose with their number two starter against St. Louis' number 4/5 guy struggling through an injury-plagued season, then I'll actually start to be worried about Atlanta. Yes, until the end of this game (and only should it be a poor result) I will remain unconcerned about the Rockies' playoff prospects.


Kyle Lohse

#26 / Pitcher / St. Louis Cardinals

6-2

210

R

R

Oct 04, 1978



W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2009 - Kyle Lohse 6-8 21 20 1 1 0 0 106.2 111 60 57 15 34 68 4.81 1.36

vs.
 

Jorge De La Rosa                                      

#29 / Pitcher / Colorado Rockies

6-1

210

L

L

Apr 05, 1981



W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2009 - Jorge De La Rosa 15-9 31 30 0 0 0 0 177.0 168 92 87 20 80 181 4.42 1.40

 Look, Lohse isn't very good (4.69 FIP, 5.33 tRA) and he's right-handed. Omar Quintanilla's pixies tell me that this is a good combination for the Rockies.

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Lineup

St. Louis Cardinals @ Colorado Rockies

09/27/09 1:10 PM MDT

St. Louis Cardinals Colorado Rockies
Julio Lugo - 2B Carlos Gonzalez - CF
Brendan Ryan - SS Seth Smith - LF
Albert Pujols - 1B Todd Helton - 1B
Ryan Ludwick - LF Troy Tulowitzki - SS
Mark DeRosa - RF Brad Hawpe - RF
David Freese - 3B Yorvit Torrealba - C
Jason LaRue - C Ian Stewart - 3B
Tyler Greene - CF Clint Barmes - 2B
Kyle Lohse - P Jorge De La Rosa - P

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