MLB.com is keeping track of a Stat of the Day for the Rockies this season, highlighting a unique, interesting or fun nugget from each game.
June 11: Reds 11, Rockies 5 -- Infield has bright power future
Ryan McMahon's three-run homer in the sixth inning was his sixth home run on the road this season. Rookie Brendan Rodgers' eighth-inning solo shot was his second of the current road trip. Those two away homers tie him for second-most on the team. The Rockies now have 15 homers on the road this season, compared to 41 at home.
June 10: Marlins 11, Rockies 4 -- Tapia happy with streak
Raimel Tapia extended his hitting streak to eight games with a single in the eighth inning, and he even enjoyed a jovial moment with Jesús Aguilar during the series finale. Tapia is batting .459 (17-for-37) during that stretch with eight doubles and five RBIs. His eight doubles since June 2 is the most in the Majors, ahead of J.P. Crawford’s six.
June 9: Rockies 4, Marlins 3 -- Black in rare company
Manager Bud Black, who is in his fifth season as Rockies manager, earned his 300th win with the club. He is the third manager in Rockies history to reach 300, trailing Clint Hurdle (534) and Don Baylor (440). In 14 seasons as a big league manager, Black has 949 career wins.
June 8: Marlins 6, Rockies 2 -- Blackmon 2nd in hits behind Helton
Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon doubled to left-center field against Pablo Lopez in the fourth inning. It was career hit No. 1,362. Blackmon is now second in all-time hits in franchise history behind Todd Helton.
June 6: Rockies 3, A's 1 -- Márquez's consistency streak
With another great performance Sunday, Germán Márquez became the second pitcher in Rockies history to make at least four consecutive starts in which he went at least six innings, allowed one or no runs and four or fewer hits. The other? His teammate, Jhoulys Chacín, who achieved the feat in 2011.
June 5: A's 6, Rockies 3 -- Tapia's rocket arm
Raimel Tapia threw out Oakland's Aramis Garcia at the plate in the second inning of Saturday's game at Coors Field with a 93.9 mph assist. It was Tapia's fifth assist of the season, most among National League left fielders.
June 4: A's 9, Rockies 5 -- Trejo's night to remember
Alan Trejo hit his first career home run on Friday night off A's reliever Burch Smith. With the blast, Trejo became just the 14th Rockie to notch his first home run in Interleague Play. Two of his predecessors were in the lineup alongside him - Charlie Blackmon did it on July 1, 2011, against the Royals, and Yonathan Daza accomplished the feat earlier this season against the Astros.
June 3: Rockies 11, Rangers 6 -- Gomber toughs his way to club history
Lefty Austin Gomber was sent home early Wednesday because of a stomach bug and didn't feel well Thursday. But he said his start wasn't in doubt. All Gomber did was hold the Rangers scoreless for six innings, with six strikeouts, to improve his home ERA to 1.33 through four starts. The only Rockies pitcher with a lower ERA through his first four starts at Coors was Julian Tavarez (0.96).
June 2: Rockies 6, Rangers 3 -- Tapia regains mojo
Raimel Tapia came in from the wilderness with three hits -- including two doubles -- and three RBIs. He was hitting .320 through May 2, but in the 26 games since, he had hit .186 (18-for-97).
Tapia had gone nine games without a multi-hit performance. The hits against the Rangers included a well-placed double to left-center in the fifth, a bloop to center that brought in two runs in the sixth and an opposite-way single to drive in an eighth-inning run.
June 1: Rockies 3, Rangers 2 (11) -- Blackmon ties Walker
Charlie Blackmon played in his 1,170th game with the Rockies to tie Hall of Fame inductee Larry Walker for third-most in franchise history. Blackmon went 1-for-4 to improve his hit total to 1,352 -- nine behind Walker's total with the club. Blackmon also has current productivity to go with his longevity. Since May 1, he has hit .307 and has a .843 OPS.