The Rockies, who not long ago had visions of making a run toward .500 as Tuesday’s trade deadline approached, are instead headed toward Antarctica.
In other words, they’re going south.
Monday night at San Diego’s Petco Park, they were one and done.
The Padres ambushed the Rockies and starter Antonio Senzatela for three runs in the first inning. “Senza” buckled down after that and pitched a fine game.
It didn’t matter. The Rockies’ road offense was mostly a no-show — again — and the Padres rode their first inning to a 4-1 victory.
Colorado hit no home runs, which is not a surprise. They have hit only 29 homers on the road, the fewest in the majors.
” ‘Senza put up five zeroes and kept us in the game, we just fell short with the offense,” manager Bud Black told…
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