The Dodgers look to even up their 10-game road trip, battling the Rockies Sunday at Coors Field. Rubby De La Rosa makes his second major league start for the Dodgers, who beat Colorado Saturday night 11-7 and are 4-5 on the road trip. Ubaldo Jimenez, who shutout the Dodgers last week at Dodger Stadium, gets the start for the Rockies.
Jamey Carroll and Aaron Miles each had four hits in the win on Saturday, which was the Dodgers' first victory at Coors Field this season. There have been 45 runs scored in the first three games of the four-game set in Colorado. De La Rosa got the win on Tuesday in Philadelphia in his first major league start, allowing one run in five innings and overcoming five walks in his first two innings. De La Rosa, who also has made three relief appearances for the Dodgers since getting recalled May 24, has a 1.80 ERA in 10 innings this season, with six walks and nine strikeouts.
Jimenez was winless on the season before the game in Los Angeles on June 1. He shutout the Dodgers that night, then allowed two runs in seven innings in his last start at San Diego. In his last two starts, Jimenez has 15 strikeouts and no walks. The Dodgers are 3-5 against the Rockies this season.
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