2004 Colorado Rockies season

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The Colorado Rockies' 2004 season was the 12th for the Rockies.wikipedia
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Matt Holliday

The Rockies assigned Holliday to their Triple-A affiliate, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, at the outset of the 2004 season, intending for him to spend much of the season there.

2004 St. Louis Cardinals season

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Acquired via trade from the Colorado Rockies on August 6, 2004, Larry Walker, customarily the Rockies' number three hitter, became the Cardinals' number two hitter.

2004 Montreal Expos season

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Their highest attendance for the season was for their final game in Montreal on September 29, which attracted 31,395 fans to see them play the Florida Marlins, while their lowest was for a game in Montreal on May 5 against the Colorado Rockies, which drew only 3,609 fans.

Larry Walker

Having missed the first 68 games of the season due to a groin injury, right fielder Larry Walker's first three home runs of the season ( video) came on June 25, 2004, versus the Cleveland Indians.
A groin strain caused Walker to miss the first 68 games, or two and one-half months, of the 2004 season.

Colorado Rockies

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The Colorado Rockies' 2004 season was the 12th for the Rockies.

Todd Helton

During the 2004 season, Helton again finished second in the NL batting race, as he hit .347, while San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds hit .362.

Jeromy Burnitz

In 2004, Burnitz signed with the Colorado Rockies, and became part of some rare home run displays.

Charles Johnson (catcher)

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On April 27, 2004, he, rookie Matt Holliday, and Jeromy Burnitz combined to slug back-to-back-to-back home runs against the Marlins, the sixth such occasion in franchise history.

National League West

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They tried to win the National League West.

2004 Cleveland Indians season

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Having missed the first 68 games of the season due to a groin injury, right fielder Larry Walker's first three home runs of the season ( video) came on June 25, 2004, versus the Cleveland Indians.

José Jiménez (baseball)

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The last was off José Jiménez, which won the game for the Rockies in the 10th inning for a 10−8 margin.

Run batted in

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Walker totaled four hits and five runs batted in (RBI) on the day, and it was his third career three-home run game.

Ben Sheets

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The milestone hit was a double off Ben Sheets in the fourth inning versus the Milwaukee Brewers.

2004 Milwaukee Brewers season

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The milestone hit was a double off Ben Sheets in the fourth inning versus the Milwaukee Brewers.

Randy Johnson

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