The first run of the game was scored by a Colorado Rockie ... a 2014 Colorado Rockie.
Yes, our old friend Michael Cuddyer was the first to get to a surprisingly dominant Chris Rusin in the sixth inning. Cuddy singled -- the first in a series of three in the inning -- and scored on a single from Ruben Tejada.
Rusin finished the game giving up only that run on eight hits in six innings. He struck out five and walked one.
Boone Logan got involved, though, so naturally the final score was more dramatically in the favor of the opposition.
Rusin's counterpart was even better. Matt Harvey pitched a masterpiece on Tuesday. He completed eight innings struck out four batters and didn't walk anyone all while allowing only two hits. No Rockie had a multi-hit day. Only one of the hits Harvey allowed left the infield.
Carlos Gonzalez failed to tally a hit in four at-bats, which clearly means he is broken.