The Rockies’ batting order for Ryu Hyun-jin has been revealed.

The Colorado Rockies have announced their starting lineup for their home game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on April 2.

Charlie Blackmon (right field), Ezequiel Tovar (shortstop), Elias Diaz (catcher), Ryan McMahon (third base), Brendan Rodgers (second base), Hunter Goodman (designated hitter), Nolan Jones (left field), Elefuris Montero (first base), and Brenton Doyle (center field) will start the game.

Six right-handed hitters will face Ryu. Three are left-handed hitters, including Blackmon, McMan, and Jones.

Blackmon will hit first and Tova will bat second. Colorado has been using the two as table-setters lately, regardless of the left-handed matchup.

Diaz, a right-handed hitter, is batting third. He has often batted third against lefties this season.

Rookie Goodman, who has been hitting well in his big league debut, going 5-for-14 in four games, will face Ryu in the sixth spot in the batting order.

Meanwhile, Colorado recalled outfielder Sean Boshard and right-hander Tyler Keanley in a roster expansion on Sunday.

Boshard, a ninth-round pick in the 2017 draft, spent most of this season on the disabled list with a torn left biceps. He looked good in 27 games in the big leagues last year, batting .297 with a .454 on-base percentage and .500 slugging percentage with three home runs and 11 RBIs.바카라사이트

Kinley has pitched just 5 2/3 innings in seven games this season. He spent most of his time on the disabled list with an elbow injury. Last season, he pitched 24 innings in 25 games with a 0.75 ERA.

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