The Rockies turn to Antonio Senzatela in Sunday's series finale, looking to extend their winning streak to eight games, and looking to close out a second consecutive series sweep, which would give them a 9-1 homestand. It is Senzatela's first career appearance against the Blue Jays
Aaron Sanchez starts for the Blue Jays, looking for his first victory in seven starts. He is 0-4 in the last six games he has started. He did chalk up a victory three years ago in his only career appearance against the Rockies. He allowed one run on six hits and two walks, striking out three in eight innings.
Neither Senzatela nor Sanchez has an extensive history against opposing hitters. Only three Blue Jays have faced Senzatela -- and that includes pitcher Clayton Richard. Sanchez has faced seven Rockies, but for only a total of 32 plate appearances -- 30 at-bats.