The only thing that can seemingly stop the Rockies from winning the National League Championship Series is the cool Colorado rain, and even that weather system cooperated long enough to get in a Rockie-dominated Game 3 of the NLCS. You can check out the highlights from the game in this video set to the tune of "What About Now" by "American Idol"-spawned rock band, Daughtry. The Rockies continued their absolutely astounding, more-historic-every-day run through September and October with their 20th victory in their last 21 games, this one a clutch 4-1 tally over the Arizona Diamondbacks to go up, 3-0, in what's looking more and more like a runaway NLCS. One more win and the Rockies will advance to the World Series for the first time in their history. As if they were hijacking the D-backs' "Anyone, Anytime" mantra for themselves, the Rockies keep on getting solid contributions from role players, and the story was the same Sunday, with catcher Yorvit Torrealba hitting what turned out to be the game-winning three-run home run, and starter Josh Fogg pitching them into position to win it. Meanwhile, the Rockies' defense continued to shine, turning hard-hit balls into outs all night -- and all series -- long.
MLB.com/Entertainment is all over the postseason, with daily videos featuring the best baseball highlights of October set to music by stars including Elton John, Daughtry, KT Tunstall and Pat Monahan.