(WNFL)- The Colorado Rockies were the victims of a no-hitter in their last game -- and they hope to take it out on the Milwaukee Brewers tonight in Denver. It might not be all that hard, since the Rockies lead the Majors in several hitting categories. Also, the Brewers' starting pitcher tonight, Marco Estrada, has given up the most homers in baseball with 23. Colorado was no-hit on Wednesday night by Clayton Kershaw of the L-A Dodgers. Tonight's contest features the Majors' top two hitters in terms of batting average. Rockies' shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is Number-One at .356, and Brewers' catcher Jonathan Lucroy is second at .341. Lucroy was given a day off yesterday, as the Brewers beat Arizona 4-to-1. Milwaukee took three-of-four from the Diamondbacks, and the Crew now leads the National League Central by four-and-a-half games over second-place Saint Louis. The Brewers have the Majors' second-largest number of wins this season with 44. Only Oakland has more, with 45. The Rockies are 34-and-38. They'll put up rookie right-hander Christian Bergman against the Crew tonight.
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