Hawpe leaves game against Mets after 1st inning

Brad Hawpe left the Colorado Rockies’ game against the New York

Mets with tightness in his left quadriceps after hitting a two-run

double in the first inning Tuesday night.

Hawpe slowed down just before rounding first base after pulling

a pitch down the right-field line with two out. He was stranded at

second base and replaced by Ryan Spilborghs in right field to start

the second inning.

Hawpe is the second Rockies outfielder to leave a game with an

injury this season. Carlos Gonzalez strained his left hamstring

against San Diego on Sunday.

The Rockies said Hawpe is day to day.