Florida’s Giancarlo Stanton — National League MVP candidate and one-man wrecking crew — has the power to spoil the Rockies’ postseason dreams.
The Marlins’ slugging right fielder had 57 home runs entering Monday night’s game at Coors Field , a place where he’s thrived.
“High and tight land, low and away,” Black joked prior to Monday night’s game at Coors Field, where the Rockies begin their final homestand of the season still clinging to the NL’s second wild-card spot.
Our pregame meeting with Chatty (Monday’s starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood ) and Luke (catcher Jonathan Lucroy) will be about just that.
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