Charlie Blackmon went 1 for 5 and drove in two runs, giving him an MLB-best 42 RBI. Yes, their leadoff man leads baseball in runs batted in. That's pretty amazing, especially since he is primarily batting behind the pitcher in the National League. Here is the updated RBI leaderboard: Charlie Blackmon, Rockies: 42 Jake Lamb, Diamondbacks: 40 Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals: 39 Mark Reynolds, Rockies: 39 t-Bryce Harper, Nationals & Joey Votto, Reds: 38 As I mentioned earlier, the Rockies currently have baseball's best road record -- they are 7-2 on their current road trip with one more game remaining -- and they've yet to lose a road series all season. That's usually the opposite of how it goes for the Rockies. They tend to play better at home, in the extreme hitter's environment of Coors Field, then come back to Earth out on the road. Here are the numbers this year: 2017 at home: 13-10 (.565) with a plus-1 run differential 2017 on the road: 18-7 (.720) with a plus-42 run differential