Occasionally before a game I'll see how the opposing team's starting lineup has fared against that day's starting pitcher. With Tyson Ross going up against a division foe I thought there would be some larger sample sizes. Once again, like Mike Ness, I was wrong.
Charlie Blackmon: 4-13 (.308), 2B, HR, 2 RBI, BB, 4 K
Jose Reyes: 0-0
Carlos Gonzalez: 1-7 (.143), 2B, RBI, BB, 3 K
Nolan Arenado: 3-17 (.176), 3 K
Ben Paulsen: 1-5 (.200), HBP
DJ LeMahieu: 3-14 (.231), BB, 4 K
Nick Hundley: 2-5 (.400), BB, K
Brandon Barnes: 3-3 (1.000), 3B, RBI
Cumulatively they have collected 17 hits in 64 at-bats for a .265 batting average. This is a bit north of Tyson's career BAA of .249 and his 2015 mark of .245. He has done a fairly good job of limiting extra base hits as these eight Rockies have combined for a slugging percentage of .375.