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High five: From round-trippers to road rash

The Colorado Rockies’ Trevor Story hit six home runs in his first four games this season, sending baseball statistcians scurrying to their calculators to project his season total. Story homered twice in his next 10 games. ... Story is congratulated by teammates after scoring during a major league baseball game against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, April 14, 2016, in Denver.
The Colorado Rockies’ Trevor Story hit six home runs in his first four games this season, sending baseball statistcians scurrying to their calculators to project his season total. Story homered twice in his next 10 games. ... Story is congratulated by teammates after scoring during a major league baseball game against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, April 14, 2016, in Denver. The Associated Press

Major league baseball takeaways

▪ Trevor Story won’t hit 100 home runs for the Rockies.

▪ Zack Greinke won’t go winless for his new team.

▪ Winter didn’t cool off the Blue Jays’ Josh Donaldson.

▪ The Diamondbacks’ road unis should probably hit the road.

▪ The injury-prone Giants should keep the River Cats on speed dial.

Jeff Caraska

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