DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies begin a weekend series Friday with the Miami Marlins, hoping to finish a homestand by taking advantage of another National League East laggard.
A 6-4 win over the New York Mets on Thursday enabled the Rockies to take three of four games in that series. The Marlins (29-46), who were off Thursday, have the worst road record (15-25) in the NL but have won nine of their past 16 games overall. They are 3-3 on a road trip that included stops in Baltimore and San Francisco and will end in Denver.
"This has been a good little three-game swing for us," Rockies manager Bud Black said after his team beat the Mets for the third straight time. "We were scuffling a little bit on the mound. We were starting to hit. So collectively, these three hopefully produce a little momentum going forward."