J.D. Drew had a big bounce-back in Games 6 and 7 of the ALCS, with six RBIs between the two games. His grand slam off Fausto Carmona in Game 6 broke Cleveland's back. He has a career OPS of .984 against Colorado, which rises to 1.065 at Coors Field. Colorado's Brad Hawpe has hit .304 in the playoffs so far, with seven singles and two RBIs. He hits well at home and on the road, but his Coors OPS in 2007 was 176 points higher than his road number. For the regular season, Hawpe hit .291 with 29 homers and 116 RBIs.
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J.D. Drew had a big bounce-back in Games 6 and 7 of the ALCS, with six RBIs between the two games. His grand slam off Fausto Carmona in Game 6 broke Cleveland's back. He has a career OPS of .984 against Colorado, which rises to 1.065 at Coors Field. Colorado's Brad Hawpe has hit .304 in the playoffs so far, with seven singles and two RBIs. He hits well at home and on the road, but his Coors OPS in 2007 was 176 points higher than his road number. For the regular season, Hawpe hit .291 with 29 homers and 116 RBIs.
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