The Rockies look to put an end to their current three-game losing streak on Wednesday night.
Antonio Senzatela, making his fourth start after opening the season on the disabled list with an infected right heel, will be the Rockies' starting pitcher. Former Diamondbacks pitcher Chase Anderson draws the assignment for the Brewers, who have won 12 of the last 14 games against the two teams. That includes the Brewers sweeping the best-of-five NL Division Series last year.
How much of a struggle has it been for the Rockies? They lost 4-3 on Tuesday, scoring as many runs in that game as they had in the previous four games combined (18-3).