Rockies lose 3-1 lead and second straight game to Padres, as Marquis falters and Giants close gap to 4 1/2 games in wild-card race before start of three-game series Monday in San Francisco
Smith’s walk-off, two-run single gives Rockies sixth straight win, four-game lead over the Giants in wild-card race and 8-1 record on homestand that ends Thursday
Jason Marquis lost for just the second time during the day this season as the New York Mets kept the Colorado Rockies from a series sweep.
Rockies match season-high with fourth straight loss, fall five games behind Dodgers and lead shrinks to one game over Giants in wild-card race
Fifth starter might not be necessary until Sept. 5.
Spilborghs’ walk-off grand slam atones for Eaton’s poor outing and enables Rockies to win three of four from Giants, open four-game lead in wild-card race and creep within three games of Dodgers.
Rockies don’t come close to fully capitalizing on early chances but win second straight one-run game from Nationals and improve to 3-2 on this road trip
Jason Marquis recorded his 13th win and the Colorado Rockies finished off a successful 5-2 homestand by dismantling the Pittsburgh Pirates for a second consecutive day.
Cubs hit two homers, capitalize on Marquis’ season-high five walks and even four-game series as the Rockies fall to 9-7 at home in one-run games and Marquis makes third unsuccessful try for his 13th win.
Rockies blow 3-0 lead in seventh, survive Beimel’s blown save in eighth and win in the 11th to sweep the Reds and win their fourth straight. Winning streak is longest since Rockies won four in a row July 6-9.
The Rockies again failed to take advantage of scoring opportunities against the Mets to lose two in a row for the first time since before the All-Star break.
Rockies outscore Padres 22-8 while winning three of four to start second half, improve to 27-23 on the road with 39 of final 70 games at home