What's next for the Rockies if they defeat the Diamondbacks

Posted at 3:55 PM, Oct 04, 2017

It's a matchup of teams that know each other well. The division rivals share a spring training facility and played each other 19 times this season.

The Colorado Rockies will face the Arizona Diamondbacks during the NL wild-card game today in Arizona. The game will be aired on TBS beginning at 6 p.m. (Colorado time).

The winner of Wednesday's game hads for Los Angeles to play the NL West champion Dodgers in a best-of-five Division Series beginning Friday.

In addition to the game's starter Zack Greinke, left-hander Robbie Ray, a 15-game winner, will be in the Arizona bullpen along with fellow starters lefty Patrick Corbin and right-hander Zack Godley. Taijuan Walker was the only Diamondbacks starter not on the roster.

The Rockies will have two starters in their bullpen — left-hander Tyler Anderson and right-hander Antonio Senzatela.

Both teams went with 10 pitchers. That means nine relievers and seven reserve position players for each team.