The Rockies had won nine of 11 before dropping four of five entering Wednesday's road trip finale. During that downturn, Colorado ran into some pitching aces and the offense bogged down. As the second quarter of the season unfolds, Weiss hopes to see his club win some low-scoring games when the Rockies run into stout pitching opponents.
That puts the burden on Colorado's pitching and defense to bail out the offense at times.
"We've run into some front-line pitchers who have been at the top of their game," Weiss said. "But sometimes, you've got to win 2-1 or 3-2. You've got to go through those type of guys to win a division."
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