Analysis

Game #98: Pirates at Rockies

Game #98: Pirates at Rockies

Coors Field | 3:05 | Duke vs. Aaron Cook | Box
Pre-Game Thoughts
All-Star pitcher Aaron Cook goes tonight. He has already set his career high in wins and has to be regarded as one of the few bright spots in a dismal year for Colorado. Cook got off blazing hot in 2008. He started 6-1 and has gone 5-5 since then.
He has faced the Pirates five times - twice in a starting role. But, he has not faced them since 2006 when he suffered a loss (his only decision against Pittsburgh) in six innings pitched.
Other than Xavier Nady (3-12) and Jack Wilson (1-7), the rest of the Pirates are doing pretty well against Cook in somewhat limited looks. Minus those two the club is 12-30 against Cook.
Not sure how much of Zach Duke's success can be attributed to luck. Well, I'm not sure I should call his 2008 s...

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