Gonzalez doubled in Thursday's loss at San Francisco.
Analysis: The Rockies return to Coors Field on Friday, to close the season with a series against the Brewers. Gonzalez is .321 with 18 homers and 63 RBIs in Denver compared to hitting .276 with seven home runs and 36 driven in on the road.
Although he did not get the decision Thursday, Miranda allowed just one run and four hits with six strikeouts and no walks in 5 1/3 innings as Seattle beat Oakland 3-2.
Analysis: Miranda, acquired from Baltimore on July 31 in exchange for Wade Miley, went 4-1 with a 2.62 ERA in six September starts. Over his last four starts, Miranda held opposing batters hitless in eight consecutive at-bats with runners in scoring position.
Arenado doubled among his two hits and drove in his major league-leading 131st run in Thursday's loss to the Giants.
Analysis: The Rockies return to Coors Field on Friday, to close the season with a series against the Brewers. Arenado is batting .312 with 24 homers and 83 RBIs in Denver compared to hitting .277 with 16 home runs and 48 RBIs on the road.
Gray gave up five runs, eight hits and three walks over 5 1/3 innings in Thursday's loss to the Giants.
Analysis: Gray finished his first full season in the majors going 10-10 with a 4.61 ERA. In five September starts, he was 1-4 with a 5.52 ERA, posting a 7.97 ERA in the defeats while striking out a franchise-record 16 in a four-hitter in the lone victory.
Cueto pitched seven uneven innings Thursday against the Rockies for his 18th win to help set up the wild race to the finish.
Analysis: Cueto (18-5) overcame a shaky start in his first appearance since being sidelined more than a week with a groin strain. The All-Star right-hander matched his season high of 11 strikeouts, allowed two runs, nine hits and walked one to beat the Colorado for the third time this season. Cueto stamped himself ready to start the NL wild-card game next Wednesday, should the Giants get there.
Turner doubled among his three hits in Thursday's win over the Padres.
Analysis: Turner is 10 for 18 with six runs in his last five games and is batting .250 with two homers and two doubles in 44 career at-bats against Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco's scheduled starter for Friday.
Urias got a final tuneup for what he hopes will be a spot on the Dodgers' postseason roster. The 20-year-old pitched three scoreless innings, striking out five while allowing one hit and two walks Thursday against the Padres.
Analysis: The Dodgers monitored Urias' innings with a spot on the postseason roster in mind. "His stuff was good,'' manager Dave Roberts said. ''It is one of those things he wasn't as sharp as we have seen but Julio still finds a way to miss bats. In that three-inning stint, which we wanted to keep it abbreviated, he missed bats.If you have one word to sum up Julio it is `poise,' regardless of the situation and environment.