Most of the pertinent statistics related to the Miami Marlins of late have to do with the club’s hibernating offense. Tom Koehler on Monday put up an impressive one from the pitching side.

He became the seventh starter in club history to allow zero or one run over seven or more innings at Coors Field. His teammates rewarded him for it – with runs.

Shut out in three straight at Milwaukee last season and scoreless in a franchise record 37 innings, the Marlins scored two in the first off Drew Pomeranz on their way to a 3-1 win over the Rockies.

Ed Lucas went 2-for-5 with a homer and two runs, and Giancarlo Stanton delivered his first RBI since a July 13 homer against the Nationals. The first five batters in the Marlins’ order had at least one hit and went a combined 8-for-17 (.471) with four walks and a sacrifice fly.

Koehler joined a group that includes Ricky Nolasco and Pat Rapp, both of whom pitched seven or more while allowing zero or one run at Coors twice. Also on that list are Josh Johnson, Alex Fernandez, Ryan Bowen and Luis Aquino. Out of 72 all-time games at Coors, Marlins starters have met those parameters just 12.5 percent of the time.

The lone run Koehler allowed during the no-walk, seven-strikeout effort was a solo homer to Troy Tulowitzki in the fourth. With seven strikeouts Koehler tied the career high he established May 18 against the Diamondbacks. Monday also marked the fourth time in 12 career starts Koehler pitched seven or more innings, but the first without issuing a base on balls.