BREWERS AT ROCKIES
There will be no pennant race drama in this series, but Colorado still will be playing for a bit of history. Through Sunday the Rockies had scored 827 runs, putting them on pace for a season total of 899 (or 5.55 runs per game). If they can pick up the pace slightly against Milwaukee, which had the fifth-worst ERA in the National League, Colorado will have a good shot at becoming the first National League team—and the first major league club since the 1939 Yankees—to score 900 runs in three consecutive seasons. (The Indians were also on pace to do that.) The odds seem to be in the Rockies' favor: In their first three games against the Brewers this season they scored 19 runs.