The Colorado Rockies blew three leads but won their fourth straight game, beating the Houston Astros 8-6 when Jonathan Herrera, of all people, hit a two-run homer in the seventh
The Colorado Rockies made the most of just three hits en route to a 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers, snapping a 17-game losing streak on Sundays that stretched back to April 17.
The Colorado Rockies scored twice to tie the game in the 12th, aided by Todd Helton’s run-scoring double on a memorable at-bat, and beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-6 in the 13th when Dexter Fowler singled home the winning run with two out.
The Colorado Rockies won a rare rubber game and did it with ease, building an 11-0 lead after three innings and beating the Florida Marlins 12-5.
The Colorado Rockies and, again, Jason Giambi in particular made a ninth-inning charge, but Jhoulys Chacin lasted a season-low four innings in a 6-5 loss to the Florida Marlins.
After missing chances with runners in scoring position throughout the game, the Colorado Rockies put two big hits together in the bottom of the ninth inning with a game-tying double by Carlos Gonzalez and a three-run, walkoff home run by Jason Giambi.
The Colorado Rockies stumbled badly on the national stage and lost their 17th straight Sunday game, falling 6-2 to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Given an early lead, Jason Hammel finally pitched well and didn’t squander it as the Colorado Rockies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 and broke a five-game losing streak at Busch Stadium.
Aaron Cook gave the Colorado Rockies five good innings Friday, but everything unraveled in his sixth as the St. Louis Cardinals took the first of a three-game series, 6-1.
Kevin Millwood allowed just six hits in his first start for the Colorado Rockies, but three of them were solo home runs — enough offense for the Cincinnati Reds against a Rockies lineup that did little with more than twice as many hits.
The Colorado Rockies hit four two-run homers, the last a tie-breaking shot by Carlos Gonzalez in the eighth, and survived another poor start by Jason Hammel and a blown save by Rex Brothers to beat the Cincinnati Reds 10-7.
Aaron Cook, who left after four innings with muscle spasms in his neck, put the Colorado Rockies in an early hole and his teammates never managed much of an offensive threat in a 5-0 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.