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_______Rockies 20-32 at Phillies 30-24_______


_______Greg Reynolds 0-1 4.08 vs Adam Eaton 0-3 5.37_______




Rockies: In his last start, Reynolds struck out four Mets his first time through the order and entered the sixth inning having given up just two hits. A double play not turned opened the door for Reynolds to give up back-to-back home runs to Carlos Delgado and Fernando Tatis, and he wound up with a no-decision in the Rockies' 13-inning victory. However, Reynolds struck out five in six innings, and used his fastball, breaking pitch and changeup as "out" pitches as he continued to demonstrate the talent and poise that made him the second overall pick in 2006.




Phillies: In his last outing, Eaton went seven innings and allowed three runs on eight hits in a 4-3 loss to the Astros. Manager Charlie Manuel called it the best he'd ever seen Eaton, who has seven no-decisions and three losses in his 10 starts this season. Including the Astros loss, he has had five quality starts with nothing to show for them. Against the Rockies, he's 8-12 with a 6.32 ERA in 25 career games.




RHP Aaron Cook tossed his seventh career complete game on Sunday - the first for the Rockies since Jeff Francis did it August 28, 2007. Cook is 7-0 when he goes the distance. ... Only two position players used by the Rockies on Sunday were part of the club's opening day lineup - 1B Todd Helton and C Yorvit Torrealba. Three of the game's starters - OF Seth Smith, 3B Ian Stewart and SS Omar Quintanilla - were not even on the major-league roster at the start of the season.




LHP Cole Hamels recorded his ninth and 10th hits this season, marking a new career high. His previous high was nine hits accomplished in 2007. Sunday marked Hamels' third multi-hit game of his career and second this season. He also had two hits on May 15 against the Atlanta Braves and became the third Phillies pitcher to record at least one hit against Astros pitching this series. ... On the mound, Hamels went a season-low four innings, allowing six runs on seven hits and did not record a strikeout. Sunday marked only the second time in his career that he did not record a strikeout in a start. The last time was August 24, 2006 at Chicago's Wrigley Field. ... The Phillies improved to 7-10 in day games this season.



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