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Any time the score is 10-3 in pitcher’s park before your team can record it’s fourth out, it’s more than likely your club will be saddled with a loss. Tuesday’s 14-5 win gives the San Diego Padres two consecutive to start the series and four-straight against Colorado overall, not to mention making the National League’s second-best team appear poised for a deep run in this year’s postseason. For the Rockies, the silver linings range from positive to overly optimistic. Nolan Arenado staked Colorado to an early 3-0 lead with his first inning home run, his first on the road in 2020. Trevor Story swiped his 13th base of the season to take sole position of first in stolen bases across…

When it comes to playing the Padres at Coors Field the last few seasons, there’s one Rockies starting pitcher that you don’t have to worry about. Unfortunately, without a complete game from Antonio Senzatela and his career 2.70 ERA against San Diego, the bullpen could not handle the final six outs. But before Rockies fans pulled out the final strand of hair from atop their collective head, a ninth-inning rally punctuated by a pinch-hit single from Daniel Murphy gave Colorado the first walk-off winner of the season in a 4-3 victory. Senzatela was the unequivocal difference for much of the game as seven scoreless innings paced the purple to down the brown in the early going before Carlos Estévez coughed…

Queuing up to be the fifth-straight loss on a six-game road trip, Colorado got a taste of victory with pinch hit two-run home run in the seventh before Manuel Margot tagged a center cut fastball 415 ft to put San Diego ahead for good to extend the losing streak. Jairo Díaz struck out all three hitters in the heart of...

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Sometimes you get kicked when you are already down. The Colorado Rockies have to feel that way after a difficult 4-2 loss on Saturday night in San Diego. After three straight blowout losses, the Rockies had the best case scenario going for them. Their ace, Jorge De La Rosa was taking the mound. If there was anyone who could curtail...

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