Tuesday, June 6th 6:40pm: Mike Clevinger (2-2 3.10) vs. Antonio Senzatela (7-2 3.49)
Senzatela has regressed in May and will be looking to rebound in June. While his regression was not significant enough to warrant concern, it would be nice to see him knock out a couple quality starts through June while getting back to that early season form. The Indians have a good lineup, but like the Cubs they have not been great through the early part of the season. They have not been bad by any means, but there offense has not been very good. Pitching will be the definer of this two game series and being at Coors Field, everything is up in the air.
Wednesday, June 7th 1:10pm: Trevor Bauer (5-4 5.83) vs. German Marquez (4-3 4.53)
Marquez had a rough start his last time out against the Padres and will be starting a game earlier in the spot where Kyle Freeland normally makes a start. He faces Trevor Bauer who has not been great this year and exited his last start after only 1.2 innings. The Rockies have a good chance of taking both of these games, but they have not been as good at home as they normally hope to be and are still looking to get rolling. Every game matters early in the year, especially when you have two teams on your tail in the division. Both Los Angeles and Arizona have been playing great baseball as well, and the Rockies need every game to stay ahead.