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.
The Colorado Rockies wasted a complete game by Jhoulys Chacin and lost 2-1 to the Cincinnati Reds to end up with a disappointing split of their four-game series.
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.
The Colorado Rockies put pressure on Philadelphia Phillies starter Roy Halladay, but rough outings for Jason Hammel and reliever Rex Brothers left the Rockies playing catchup for most of an 8-6 loss that completed a three-game sweep.
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.
The Colorado Rockies scored three runs in the second and none thereafter but won the opener of their series, beating the San Diego Padres 3-2 behind Jason Hammel and five relievers.
The Colorado Rockies handed the second game of their series to the Los Angeles Dodgers with a sloppy fourth inning that allowed all three of the Dodgers’ runs in their 3-2 win to score.
The Colorado Rockies produced just five hits Monday while dropping the first of a three-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, 8-5, and dropping seven games under .500, their lowest point of the season.
The Colorado Rockies dropped their 14th straight Sunday game and looked listless doing so, losing 7-0 to the Arizona Diamondbacks and falling a season-high 11 games behind.
Jason Hammel gave up five runs in the first inning, when he failed to retire the first six batters he faced, and the Arizona Diamondbacks went on to wallop the Colorado Rockies 12-3.