Nationals-Rockies discussion thread: Game 63

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Alex Brandon/AP

Coors Field is not the best place for a pitcher to try to reverse a trend of giving up homers in droves, but Dan Haren will try to tonight. He has allowed 15 homers, most in the National League, including three in his last start, which turned into an ugly, 10-1 loss to the Mets. Haren actually has relatively decent numbers in Denver in his career. In eight starts, he’s 5-2 with a 4.10 ERA, though he has allowed 14 homers in 52 2/3 innings there. Talk about the game right here.

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