The Rockies had a breakout game with a 20-hit barrage, defeating the Blue Jays 12-4 in Toronto, securing their first-ever win at Rogers Centre after previous losses in the city.

By the Numbers
  • The Rockies recorded 20 hits, with Nolan Jones and Ezequiel Tovar hitting leadoff homers.
  • Colorado hit eight doubles, just one short of the club record, with Ryan McMahon leading the offense with four hits.
State of Play
  • Rockies' Ryan Feltner earned his first win of the season, pitching five solid innings and allowing two runs on eight hits.
  • Brendan Rogers finished a home run short of the cycle, sparking the offensive explosion for Colorado.
  • Upcoming pitching matchup: Rockies' Dakota Hudson (0-2, 2.38 ERA) faces Blue Jays' Bowden Francis (0-2, 12.96) on Saturday.
Bottom Line

The Rockies dominated the Blue Jays with a historic offensive performance, setting the tone for a potential turnaround in their season.