Who is this guy and what did he do with Josh Fogg?
Position: T-2nd NL West
Games Back: 1.0
Elimination Number: 83
Quick update from Houston, Josh Fogg pitched a complete-game shutout in a record 1:52, the fastest in Rockies history. Fogg faced all of 27 batters (and for you mathematicians, that's the minimum amount you can face), including 1 walk, 2 hits, and 3 double plays.
Brad Hawpe provided all the offense, singling and then being driven in by Carroll, and later hitting a solo home run.
Normally, this would be a game that you talk about Jamie Moyer being the winner, scattering 5 hits and allowing 2 runs in his complete-game effort.
However, Fogg outshone Moyer tonight, allowing only the 2 hits and 0 runs.
Tomorrow, Byung-Hyun Kim (5-4, 4.31) will take the mound against Joel Piñeiro (6-7, 5.38) in a bid to take the series from the Mariners, and come out far, far ahead in interleague play. Having already knocked down the Mariners' Ace, hopefully the rest of the series will fall like Dominoes.
Until next time, Rockies fans, good night, Good Luck, and GO ROCKIES!!!