Robbie Ray lost to the Rockies after allowing two runs in 5 1/3 innings and striking out eight at Coors Field on Thursday.
Advice: That should be good enough for a win at Coors more often than not, but the Diamondbacks offense didn't have it today. Last time Ray pitched, the Diamondbacks offense crushed it, scoring 20 runs against the Padres, but it was Ray that was bad on that day, resulting in a no-decision in a game in which he pitched 4 1/3 innings. Obviously, the oblique injury that cost him nearly two months threw a wrench into things, but Ray just hasn't shown any consistency while healthy this year. He has a 5.03 ERA in his 10 starts.