1995 Colorado Rockies
NL Wild Card Team
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Location
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Record77–67 (.535)
Divisional place2nd
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Owner(s)Jerry McMorris
General manager(s)Bob Gebhard
Manager(s)Don Baylor
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(Dave Campbell, Charlie Jones)
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The 1995 season was the third in the history of the Colorado Rockies, a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise located in Denver, Colorado. It was also their third season in the National League, and first at Coors Field. The team competed in the National League West, finishing with a record of 77−67, second in the division. The Rockies simultaneously won the first-ever National League wild card berth in the first season of the revised postseason format and first playoff appearance in franchise history. They faced the eventual World Series champion Atlanta Braves in the National League Division Series (NLDS), who won this first round series in four games, with the Rockies taking game three.

Offseason

Regular season

The start to the 1995 MLB regular season was delayed over three weeks by the 1994–95 Major League Baseball strike that ended on April 2. As a result, the season only lasted 144 games (instead of the typical 162 game season) and "official" opening day for Coors Field was changed to April 26. The Colorado Rockies played two exhibition games on April 2 and 3 against the New York Yankees as the first baseball to be played at Coors Field.

In his Rockies debut and inaugural game of Coors Field on April 26 versus the New York Mets, Larry Walker doubled three times, including one that tied the score with two outs in the ninth inning.[8] Dante Bichette hit a walk-off home run in the fourteenth inning for an 11−9 win. On May 7, 1995, Walker hit his 100th career home run versus Hideo Nomo of Los Angeles.[8]

The Rockies led the NL in hits (1,406), runs scored (785), triples (43, also the most in the majors), home runs (200), runs batted in (749), batting average (.282) and slugging percentage (.471). Conversely, they also allowed the most hits (1,443), runs (783), earned runs (711) and produced the fewest shutouts (1).[9]

A quartet of Rockies hitters who became known as "The Blake Street Bombers", consisting of Dante Bichette, Vinny Castilla, Andrés Galarraga (Walker's former Expos teammate), and Larry Walker, each contributed at least 30 home runs in 1995. The Rockies simultaneously won the first-ever National League wild card berth under the revised postseason format and first playoff appearance in franchise history in just their third season of play.

On October 1 for the final regular season game, the Rockies needed a win at Coors Field versus the San Francisco Giants to avoid playing a tie-breaker game with the Houston Astros for the National League Wild Card post-season berth.[10][11] Using seven pitchers during the nine inning game, Curt Leskanic earned his 10th save and threw the final pitch of the game in a 10–9 victory for the Rockies. During a post-season interview, Leskanic recalled the pitching mound shaking like a mild earthquake with the vibrations from fans in the stadium anticipating their first ever appearance in the MLB post-season.

During the playoffs, Larry Walker collected three hits in 14 at bats in the National League Division Series (NLDS) versus the Atlanta Braves. He hit his first career postseason home run off Tom Glavine in the sixth inning of a 7−4 Game 2 loss. The Braves defeated the Rockies in four games.[12]

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 78 66 0.542 39–33 39–33
Colorado Rockies 77 67 0.535 1 44–28 33–39
San Diego Padres 70 74 0.486 8 40–32 30–42
San Francisco Giants 67 77 0.465 11 37–35 30–42

Wild Card standings

Team W L Pct. GB
Colorado Rockies 77 67 .535
Houston Astros 76 68 .528 1
Chicago Cubs 73 71 .507 4
San Diego Padres 70 74 .486 7
New York Mets 69 75 .479 8
Philadelphia Phillies 69 75 .479 8

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MON NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL
Atlanta 8–4 8–5 9–4 10–3 6–6 5–4 9–4 5–8 7–6 4–2 5–2 7–1 7–5
Chicago 4–8 3–7 6–7 8–4 5–8 7–5 3–5 4–3 6–1 8–5 5–7 5–7 9–4
Cincinnati 5–8 7–3 5–7 6–6 12–1 4–3 8–4 7–5 9–3 8–5 3–6 3–3 8–5
Colorado 4–9 7–6 7–5 5–7 4–4 4–9 7–1 5–4 4–2 8–4 9–4 8–5 5–7
Florida 3–10 4–8 6–6 7–5 8–4 3–7 6–7 7–6 6–7 5–8 3–2 5–3 4–3
Houston 6–6 8–5 1–12 4–4 4–8 3–2 9–3 6–6 5–7 9–4 7–4 5–3 9–4
Los Angeles 4–5 5–7 3–4 9–4 7–3 2–3 7–5 6–6 4–9 9–4 7–6 8–5 7–5
Montreal 4–9 5–3 4–8 1–7 7–6 3–9 5–7 7–6 8–5 4–4 7–5 7–6 4–3
New York 8–5 3–4 5–7 4–5 6–7 6–6 6–6 6–7 7–6 4–3 6–7 5–8 3–4
Philadelphia 6-7 1–6 3–9 2–4 7–6 7–5 9–4 5–8 6–7 6–3 6–6 6–6 5–4
Pittsburgh 2–4 5–8 5–8 4–8 8–5 4–9 4–9 4–4 3–4 3–6 4–8 6–6 6–7
San Diego 2–5 7–5 6–3 4–9 2–3 4–7 6–7 5–7 7–6 6–6 8–4 6–7 7–5
San Francisco 1–7 7–5 3–3 5–8 3–5 3–5 5–8 6–7 8–5 6–6 6–6 7–6 7–6
St. Louis 5–7 4–9 5–8 7–5 3–4 4-9 5–7 3–4 4–3 4–5 7–6 5–7 6–7


Transactions

Major League debuts

Roster

1995 Colorado Rockies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Game log

1995 Game Log
April (4–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 26 Mets 11–9 (14) Thompson (1–0) Remlinger (0–1) 47,228 1–0
2 April 27 Mets 8–7 Reed (1–0) Lomon (0–1) 38,087 2–0
3 April 28 @ Astros 2–1 Leskanic (1–0) Kile (0–1) Ruffin (1) 30,405 3–0
4 April 29 @ Astros 2–1 Olivares (1–0) Hampton (0–1) Ruffin (2) 19,074 4–0
5 April 30 @ Astros 3–1 Brocail (1–0) Leskanic (1–1) Hudek (1) 14,455 4–1
May (13–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
6 May 1 Padres 8–3 Holmes (1–0) Mauser (0–1) 40,117 5–1
7 May 2 Padres 6–5 (11) Bailey (1–0) Williams (0–1) 38,387 6–1
8 May 3 Padres 12–7 Bailey (2–0) Hamilton (0–1) Ruffin (3) 37,193 7–1
9 May 5 Dodgers 6–4 Martínez (2–1) Olivares (1–1) Seánez (3) 46,395 7–2
10 May 6 Dodgers 17–11 Williams (1–0) Acevedo (0–1) 48,394 7–3
11 May 7 Dodgers 12–10 Daal (2–0) Reed (1–1) Valdez (1) 48,117 7–4
12 May 9 Giants 10–6 Ritz (1–0) Wilson (2–1) 41,307 8–4
13 May 10 Giants 8–5 Holmes (2–0) Bautista (0–1) 43,690 9–4
14 May 11 Giants 10–4 Acevedo (1–1) Mulholland (2–2) Reed (1) 45,609 10–4
15 May 12 @ Marlins 10–6 Swift (1–0) Gardner (0–4) Ruffin (4) 22,267 11–4
16 May 13 @ Marlins 8–2 Witt (1–2) Freeman (0–1) 33,626 11–5
17 May 14 @ Marlins 6–3 Ritz (2–0) Rapp (0–3) Ruffin (5) 20,490 12–5
18 May 15 @ Braves 4–0 Mercker (1–1) Olivares (1–2) 27,009 12–6
19 May 16 @ Braves 15–3 Smoltz (2–2) Acevedo (1–2) 25,516 12–7
20 May 17 @ Braves 6–5 Holmes (3–0) Maddux (2–1) Ruffin (6) 27,070 13–7
21 May 18 @ Braves 3–2 McMichael (3–0) Munoz (0–1) Borbón (2) 26,205 13–8
22 May 19 @ Reds 2–0 Schourek (1–2) Ritz (2–1) Brantley (2) 25,688 13–9
23 May 20 @ Reds 10–9 (10) Smith (1–1) Bailey (2–1) 29,401 13–10
24 May 21 @ Reds 5–2 Acevedo (2–2) Jarvis (1–2) Holmes (1) 23,629 14–10
25 May 22 Cubs 9–8 Munoz (1–1) Myers (0–1) 47,325 15–10
26 May 23 Cubs 7–6 Foster (3–2) Freeman (0–2) Myers (9) 43,226 15–11
27 May 24 Cubs 5–3 Castillo (3–1) Bailey (2–2) Myers (10) 45,367 15–12
28 May 26 @ Pirates 4–2 Wagner (1–5) Acevedo (2–3) Miceli (6) 11,183 15–13
29 May 27 @ Pirates 9–4 Neagle (4–1) Swift (1–1) 16,082 15–14
30 May 28 @ Pirates 6–3 Freeman (1–2) White (0–1) Ruffin (7) 15,016 16–14
31 May 29 @ Cardinals 6–5 (11) Habyan (1–1) Bailey (2–3) 26,889 16–15
32 May 30 @ Cardinals 8–5 Hill (4–0) Grahe (0–1) Henke (10) 15,251 16–16
33 May 31 @ Cardinals 5–3 Acevedo (3–3) Petkovsek (0–1) Holmes (2) 19,297 17–16
June (15–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
34 June 2 Pirates 7–4 Holmes (4–0) McCurry (0–1) 45,828 18–16
35 June 3 Pirates 7–6 Ritz (3–1) Lieber (1–5) Holmes (3) 48,144 19–16
36 June 4 Pirates 4–1 Grahe (1–1) Wagner (1–7) Leskanic (1) 48,061 20–16
37 June 5 Cardinals 9–5 Petkovsek (1–1) Acevedo (3–4) 46,649 20–17
38 June 6 Cardinals 5–4 Leskanic (2–1) Parrett (2–2) 46,621 21–17
39 June 7 Cardinals 7–3 Freeman (2–2) Jackson (0–7) 46,704 22–17
40 June 8 @ Cubs 5–3 Ritz (4–1) Foster (4–3) Reed (2) 24,757 23–17
41 June 9 @ Cubs 2–1 (10) Holmes (5–0) Pérez (0–4) Munoz (1) 21,905 24–17
42 June 10 @ Cubs 3–0 Morgan (2–1) Acevedo (3–5) Myers (14) 32,460 24–18
43 June 11 @ Cubs 5–1 Thompson (2–0) Trachsel (2–4) Leskanic (2) 27,245 25–18
44 June 12 Reds 11–6 Jarvis (3–3) Freeman (2–3) 47,708 25–19
45 June 13 Reds 6–4 Ritz (5–1) Pugh (4–1) Leskanic (3) 48,198 26–19
46 June 14 Reds 10–4 Grahe (2–1) Schourek (4–3) 48,255 27–19
47 June 16 Braves 2–0 Glavine (5–3) Swift (1–2) 48,163 27–20
48 June 17 Braves 7–1 Avery (2–4) Acevedo (3–6) 50,035 27–21
49 June 18 Braves 9–4 Mercker (4–3) Freeman (2–4) 48,302 27–22
50 June 19 Marlins 7–2 Hammond (4–1) Ritz (5–2) 48,145 27–23
51 June 20 Marlins 7–2 Mathews (2–0) Grahe (2–2) 48,143 27–24
52 June 21 Marlins 6–3 Swift (2–2) Rapp (2–4) Reed (3) 48,117 28–24
53 June 22 @ Padres 3–2 Reynoso (1–0) Dishman (0–1) Ruffin (8) 11,653 29–24
54 June 23 @ Padres 3–2 Ashby (4–4) Freeman (2–5) Hoffman (10) 15,418 29–25
55 June 24 @ Padres 2–0 Hamilton (3–2) Ritz (5–3) 36,137 29–26
56 June 25 @ Padres 11–3 Grahe (3–2) Sanders (5–4) 20,776 30–26
57 June 27 @ Giants 5–1 Swift (3–2) Bautista (2–4) 14,769 31–26
58 June 28 @ Giants 2–1 (11) Barton (1–0) Munoz (1–2) 15,136 31–27
59 June 29 @ Dodgers 3–0 Nomo (6–1) Freeman (2–6) 46,295 31–28
60 June 30 @ Dodgers 2–1 Ritz (6–3) Candiotti (4–6) Munoz (2) 34,253 32–28
July (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
61 July 1 @ Dodgers 5–4 Worrell (2–0) Bailey (2–4) 54,006 32–29
62 July 2 @ Dodgers 10–1 Swift (4–2) Martínez (7–6) 37,354 33–29
63 July 3 Astros 15–10 Bailey (3–4) Dougherty (3–1) Holmes (4) 50,028 34–29
64 July 4 Astros 16–8 Hampton (3–3) Olivares (1–3) 50,127 34–30
65 July 5 Astros 4–2 Ritz (7–3) Kile (3–8) Holmes (5) 48,091 35–30
66 July 6 Expos 9–6 Grahe (4–2) Fassero (8–6) Holmes (6) 48,073 36–30
67 July 7 Expos 12–7 Acevedo (4–6) Heredia (3–5) 50,111 37–30
68 July 8 Expos 8–3 Reynoso (2–0) Henry (3–7) Leskanic (4) 48,190 38–30
69 July 9 Expos 4–1 Freeman (3–6) Martínez (6–5) 48,114 39–30
70 July 13 @ Mets 4–2 Jones (5–6) Ritz (7–4) Franco (10) 15,276 39–31
71 July 14 @ Mets 13–4 Pulsipher (2–4) Reynoso (2–1) 15,377 39–32
72 July 15 @ Mets 5–4 Swift (5–2) Saberhagen (5–5) Holmes (7) 17,120 40–32
73 July 16 @ Mets 2–1 (10) Franco (4–1) Thompson (2–1) 25,994 40–33
74 July 17 Phillies 8–5 Munoz (2–2) Bottalico (3–2) Holmes (8) 48,070 41–33
75 July 18 Phillies 7–5 Schilling (7–5) Ritz (7–5) Slocumb (22) 48,011 41–34
76 July 19 Phillies 5–3 Rekar (1–0) Green (8–6) Holmes (9) 48,087 42–34
77 July 20 Phillies 7–3 Swift (6–2) Quantrill (7–6) 48,037 43–34
78 July 21 Mets 12–1 Harnisch (2–7) Reynoso (2–2) 48,059 43–35
79 July 22 Mets 5–4 Leskanic (3–1) Henry (1–4) Holmes (10) 48,042 44–35
80 July 23 Mets 8–5 Ritz (8–5) Jones (6–7) Holmes (11) 48,129 45–35
81 July 24 @ Phillies 11–3 Rekar (2–0) Green (8–7) 25,424 46–35
82 July 25 @ Phillies 7–6 (10) Slocumb (2–0) Munoz (2–3) 25,837 46–36
83 July 26 @ Astros 4–3 Kile (4–10) Reynoso (2–3) Jones (9) 19,209 46–37
84 July 27 @ Astros 5–4 (12) Jones (6–1) Munoz (2–4) 21,734 46–38
85 July 28 @ Expos 8–3 Ritz (9–5) Urbina (2–2) 19,221 47–38
86 July 29 @ Expos 5–3 Rekar (3–0) Fassero (10–8) Holmes (12) 23,595 48–38
87 July 30 @ Expos 11–4 Martínez (9–6) Freeman (3–7) 27,172 48–39
88 July 31 @ Expos 3–2 Reynoso (3–3) Henry (6–8) Holmes (13) 14,978 49–39
August (11–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
89 August 1 Dodgers 9–6 Valdez (8–6) Thompson (2–2) Worrell (19) 48,071 49–40
90 August 2 Dodgers 10–7 Tapani (7–11) Ritz (9–6) 48,063 49–41
91 August 3 Dodgers 9–4 Saberhagen (6–5) Martínez (11–7) 48,024 50–41
92 August 4 Padres 14–12 Reed (2–1) Berumen (2–3) Holmes (14) 48,125 51–41
93 August 5 Padres 7–3 Reynoso (4–3) Ashby (7–6) 48,043 52–41
94 August 6 Padres 16–8 Dishman (3–4) Thompson (2–3) 48,157 52–42
95 August 8 @ Marlins 5–4 (13) Groom (2–3) Bailey (3–5) 31,220 52–43
96 August 9 @ Marlins 2–1 Burkett (10–10) Ritz (9–7) Nen (13) 31,805 52–44
97 August 10 @ Marlins 3–2 Peña (3–1) Reed (2–2) 28,009 52–45
98 August 11 @ Braves 5–3 Avery (5–8) Reynoso (4–4) Wohlers (16) 47,408 52–46
99 August 12 @ Braves 16–4 Leskanic (4–1) Mercker (6–7) 48,777 53–46
100 August 13 @ Braves 3–2 Wohlers (6–3) Holmes (5–1) 43,279 53–47
101 August 14 @ Reds 4–0 Burba (7–2) Ritz (9–8) 23,945 53–48
102 August 15 @ Reds 11–3 Portugal (6–8) Rekar (3–1) 24,506 53–49
103 August 16 @ Reds 6–4 Reynoso (5–4) Smiley (11–2) Painter (1) 25,024 54–49
104 August 17 Cubs 12–5 Bailey (4–5) Navarro (10–5) 48,071 55–49
105 August 18 Cubs 26–7 Young (2–4) Saberhagen (6–6) 48,082 55–50
106 August 19 Cubs 6–5 Castillo (8–6) Ritz (9–9) Myers (28) 48,020t 55–51
107 August 20 Cubs 4–2 Leskanic (5–1) Wendell (2–1) 50,087 56–51
108 August 22 Pirates 10–1 Loaiza (8–5) Reynoso (5–5) 48,083 56–52
109 August 23 Pirates 9–5 Bailey (5–5) Neagle (11–6) 48,027 57–52
110 August 24 Pirates 8–6 Painter (1–0) Wagner (2–12) Leskanic (5) 48,041 58–52
111 August 25 Cardinals 8–3 Morgan (5–7) Rekar (3–2) Mathews (1) 48,012 58–53
112 August 26 Cardinals 5–4 Fossas (3–0) Ruffin (0–1) Henke (28) 48,127 58–54
113 August 27 Cardinals 10–5 Barber (2–0) Reynoso (5–6) 48,043 58–55
114 August 28 @ Pirates 6–3 Bailey (6–5) Powell (0–2) Leskanic (6) 8,242 59–55
115 August 29 @ Pirates 4–0 Wagner (3–13) Ritz (9–10) 7,634 59–56
116 August 30 @ Pirates 6–0 Rekar (4–2) Ericks (3–7) 8,120 60–56
September (16–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
117 September 1 @ Cardinals 5–4 DeLucia (7–6) Leskanic (5–2) Henke (30) 21,164 60–57
118 September 2 @ Cardinals 6–1 Bailey (7–5) Watson (5–7) 26,796 61–57
119 September 3 @ Cardinals 5–4 (11) Holmes (6–1) Parrett (3–5) Ruffin (9) 22,188 62–57
120 September 4 @ Cubs 2–0 Castillo (9–8) Rekar (4–3) 31,601 62–58
121 September 6 @ Cubs 10–4 Reynoso (6–6) Bullinger (11–6) 23,034 63–58
122 September 8 Reds 10–5 Leskanic (6–2) Carrasco (2–6) 48,026 64–58
123 September 9 Reds 6–2 Swift (7–2) Wells (14–6) Ritz (1) 48,085 65–58
124 September 10 Reds 5–4 Reed (3–2) Carrasco (2–7) Leskanic (7) 48,074 66–58
125 September 11 Braves 5–4 (12) Hickerson (3–3) Woodall (1–1) 48,056 67–58
126 September 12 Braves 12–2 Painter (2–0) Avery (6–13) Ritz (2) 48,013 68–58
127 September 13 Braves 9–7 Schmidt (2–0) Bailey (7–6) 48,011 68–59
128 September 15 Marlins 6–3 Reed (4–2) Burkett (13–12) Leskanic (8) 48,010 69–59
129 September 16 Marlins 8–7 Reed (5–2) Mathews (4–4) Ruffin (10) 48,037 70–59
130 September 17 Marlins 17–0 Rapp (12–7) Rekar (4–4) 48,035 70–60
131 September 18 @ Padres 5–1 Ritz (10–10) Hamilton (6–9) Ruffin (11) 10,596 71–60
132 September 19 @ Padres 15–4 Blair (7–4) Reynoso (6–7) 10,321 71–61
133 September 20 @ Padres 10–2 Swift (8–2) Dishman (4–8) 10,095 72–61
134 September 21 @ Giants 5–3 Valdez (4–4) Grahe (4–3) Beck (31) 12,968 72–62
135 September 22 @ Giants 6–1 Ritz (11–10) Estes (0–2) 17,723 73–62
136 September 23 @ Giants 2–0 Brewington (5–4) Rekar (4–5) Beck (32) 28,538 73–63
137 September 24 @ Giants 3–1 Reynoso (7–7) Leiter (10–11) Leskanic (9) 34,472 74–63
138 September 25 @ Dodgers 4–3 Martínez (17–7) Swift (8–3) Worrell (31) 41,984 74–64
139 September 26 @ Dodgers 7–3 Saberhagen (7–6) Candiotti (7–14) 44,415 75–64
140 September 27 @ Dodgers 7–4 Tapani (10–13) Ritz (11–11) Worrell (32) 53,856 75–65
141 September 28 Giants 12–4 Brewington (6–4) Rekar (4–6) 48,023 75–66
142 September 29 Giants 10–7 Service (3–1) Leskanic (6–3) Beck (33) 48,017 75–67
143 September 30 Giants 9–3 Swift (9–3) Mulholland (5–13) 48,023 76–67
October (1–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
144 October 1 Giants 10–9 Painter (3–0) Leiter (10–12) Leskanic (10) 48,039 77–67

Playoffs

Main article: 1995 National League Division Series

1995 Post-Season
National League Division Series
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 3 Braves 4–5 Peña (1–0) Leskanic (0–1) Wohlers (1) 50,040 0–1
2 October 4 Braves 4–7 Peña (2–0) Munoz (0–1) Wohlers (2) 50,063 0–2
3 October 6 @ Braves 7–5 (10) Holmes (1–0) Wohlers (0–1) Thompson (1) 51,300 1–2
4 October 7 @ Braves 4–10 Maddux (1–0) Saberhagen (0–1) 50,027 1–3

Player stats

= Indicates team leader

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Joe Girardi 125 462 121 .262 8 55
1B Andrés Galarraga 143 554 155 .280 31 106
2B Eric Young 120 366 116 .317 6 36
SS Walt Weiss 137 427 111 .260 1 25
3B Vinny Castilla 139 527 163 .309 32 90
LF Dante Bichette 139 579 197 .340 40 128
CF Mike Kingery 119 350 94 .269 8 37
RF Larry Walker 131 494 151 .306 36 101

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Jason Bates 116 322 86 .267 8 46
Ellis Burks 103 278 74 .266 14 49
John Vander Wal 105 101 35 .347 5 21
Trent Hubbard 24 58 18 .310 3 9
Roberto Mejia 23 52 8 .154 1 4
Jorge Brito 18 51 11 .216 0 7
Jayhawk Owens 18 45 11 .244 4 12
Jim Tatum 34 34 8 .235 0 4
Matt Nokes 10 11 2 .182 0 0
Pedro Castellano 4 5 0 .000 0 0
Harvey Pulliam 5 5 2 .400 1 3
Craig Counsell 3 1 0 .000 0 0
Quinton McCracken 3 1 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Kevin Ritz 31 173.1 11 11 4.21 120
Bill Swift 19 105.2 9 3 4.94 68
Marvin Freeman 22 94.2 3 7 5.89 61
Armando Reynoso 20 93.0 7 7 5.32 40
Bryan Rekar 15 85.0 4 6 4.98 60
Juan Acevedo 17 65.2 4 6 6.44 40

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Roger Bailey 39 81.1 7 6 4.98 33
Joe Grahe 17 56.2 4 3 5.08 27
Mark Thompson 21 51.0 2 3 6.53 30
Bret Saberhagen 9 43.0 2 1 6.28 29
Omar Olivares 11 31.2 1 3 7.39 15

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Curtis Leskanic 76 6 3 10 3.40 107
Steve Reed 71 5 2 3 2.14 79
Darren Holmes 68 6 1 14 3.24 61
Mike Munoz 64 2 4 2 7.42 37
Bruce Ruffin 37 0 1 11 2.12 23
Lance Painter 33 3 0 1 4.37 36
Bryan Hickerson 18 1 0 0 11.88 12
A.J. Sager 10 0 0 0 7.36 10
David Nied 2 0 0 0 20.77 3

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Colorado Springs Sky Sox Pacific Coast League Brad Mills
AA New Haven Ravens Eastern League Paul Zuvella
A Salem Avalanche Carolina League Bill Hayes
A Asheville Tourists South Atlantic League Bill McGuire
A-Short Season Portland Rockies Northwest League P. J. Carey
Rookie AZL Rockies Arizona League Jack Maloof

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Colorado Springs[17]

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