Tired of hearing about Barry's assault on the home run record? Think that his stats are tainted? Have no fear, for if that applies to you Winning The Turnover Battle will be bringing you a series of Non-Barry record chases for you to get excited about. The first record chase is one that you may not have heard much about, but is actually going to be over soon one way or the other. The Major League record for RBIs in June is 47, achieved by Mel Ott in 1929 and later tied by Hank Greenberg in in 1935. At present Alex Rodriguez has 28 RBIs through sixteen games in June, an average of 1.75 RBI's per game. If Rodriguez maintains that pace through the Yankees eleven remaining June contests he would finish the month tied for the record with 47 RBIs. Whether or not Rodriguez is able to break the record will likely be decided in the next few games, as the Yankees play a three game series at notoriously high scoring home of the Colorado Rockies. As for experience, although Rodriguez has never played a regular season game in Colorado he did play there in the 1998 All-Star Game. In that game he went 2-3 with a solo home run. Is that performance indicitave of what we will see in this week's series? If Rodriguez is to break the June RBI record, it will need to be.