Nolan Arenado Helps the Rockies Beat the Cardinals By One Run, 2-1

Wed, Sep 11, 2019 | Emma Botos

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September 10, 2019 -- The Rockies narrowly win at home against the Cardinals in a 2 to 1.

Rockies were led on hitting by Nolan Arenado. Leading the team in slugging for the game, he had a 0.580 slugging percentage. The hitter had a 0.370 OBP with 4 at bats. The Rockies hitter had 2 RBI and scored 1 run in the home outing. He had 0 Ks at the plate against the Cardinals. In the game, he had a 0.310 batting average.

Starting on the road, Michael Wacha's performance could not help the Cardinals. Cardinals's starter allowed 5 hits and 1 walk. A 4.97 ERA and 0.358 OBP in the appearance against the Rockies. The hurler gave up 2 earned runs in 4.0 innings. Throwing 44 strikes in a 68 pitch outing for 3 strikeouts.

The Chi Chi Gonzalez start helped keep the Cardinals hitters at bay. Throwing 62 strikes in a 100 pitch outing for 4 strikeouts. The pitcher allowed 1 earned runs over 6.0 innings pitched. The Rockies pitcher had a 0.375 OBP for his appearance. The Rockies hurler threw for 4 hits and 0 walks allowed.

Posted at Wed, September 11, 2019 03:32:08 UTC