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Rockies Top Nationals In 11 Inning Slugfest

After taking an early 7-0 lead yesterday in Denver, the Colorado Rockies (29-46) needed extra innings to top the Washington Nationals (43-31) 11-10, and earn a split in the 4-game series. Marco Scutaro delivered the walk-off 11th inning hit for Colorado. The Rockies open a weekend series against the San Diego Padres (28-49)tonight at 6:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Nationals Rout Rockies 11-5

The debut of the Colorado Rockies' (28-46) newest addition, left-hander Edwar Cabrera, did not go well as he was hit hard last night by the visiting Washington Nationals (43-30), en route to an 11-5 Nationals win. It was Cabrera's first MLB action. The final matchup of the four-game series is this afternoon at 1:10 at Coors Field (TV: none).

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Four Washington Homers Bury Rockies 12-5

The Colorado Rockies (28-45), owners of the highest team ERA in baseball, saw it climb further last night after losing to the visiting Washington Nationals (42-30) 12-5 in Denver. The loss came on the day that 10-year Colorado pitching coach Bob Apodaca stepped down. Game 3 of the four game series is tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Return Home To Top Nationals 4-2

On the hottest night in Coors Field's 20-year history (100 degrees at game time), the Colorado Rockies (28-44) cooled down one of the hottest teams in baseball by beating the visiting Washington Nationals (41-30) 4-2 last night in Denver. Game 2 of the four game series is at 6:40 tonight at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Return To Denver After 4-2 Loss At Texas

The Colorado Rockies (27-44) ended their 2012 interleague schedule with a 4-2 loss at the Texas Rangers (45-28) last night. Alex White gave up four runs in three innings, and Colorado was unable to score until a ninth inning rally that came up short. The Rockies return home to open a three-game series tonight against the Washington Nationals (41-29) at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Win 11-7 Shootout in Texas

The Colorado Rockies (27-43) knocked 17 hits, a season high for a road game, en route to their second victory in the last 3 games, 11-7 over the Texas Rangers (44-28) yesterday afternoon in Arlington. Colorado led 11-1, before giving up six runs in the fifth. The rubber game of the series is tonight at 5:05 MT at Rangers Ballpark (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Fall To Rangers 4-1

The Colorado Rockies (26-43) dropped the opening game of their final interleague series of the season, falling to the Texas Rangers (44-27) 4-1 last night in Arlington. The loss was the Rockies' 13th in their last 15 games. The two teams meet again this afternoon at 1:05 MT at Rangers Ballpark (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Top Phillies 4-1, Tulowitzki Has Surgery

The Colorado Rockies (26-42) salvaged the final game of the three game series last night, beating the Philadelphia Phillies (33-38) 4-1. The win snapped a four-game losing streak and was Colorado's second in their last 14 games. The Rockies start a weekend series against the Texas Rangers (43-27) in Arlington tonight at 6:05 MT (TV: Root Sports).

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Ninth Inning Error Leads to 7-6 Rockies Loss In Philly

In a season when wins have been difficult to come by, last night's ninth inning error by Todd Helton was especially painful, as the Colorado Rockies (25-42) let one they should have won slip away, losing to the Philadelphia Phillies (33-37) 7-6. The series finale is set for 5:05 MT tonight at Citizens Bank Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Phillies 7, Rockies 2

The Colorado Rockies (25-41) continue to struggle, losing last night for the 11th time in 12 games, 7-2 to the Philadelphia Phillies (32-37). Colorado also announced yesterday that it was sending Jeremy Guthrie to the bullpen, and will go with a four man rotation for the foreseeable future. The two teams go again tonight at 5:05 MT at Citizens Bank Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Open Series in Philly Tonight

The Colorado Rockies (25-40) open a three-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies (31-37) tonight in Philly. The Rockies enter the series having lost 10 of their last 11, and the Phillies are coming off a series sweep by Toronto. The first pitch is scheduled for 5:05 MT at Citizens Bank Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Tigers Shut Out Rockies 5-0 in Series Finale

It was another quiet day at the plate as Colorado Rockies (25-40) hitters struck out 13 times, and were unable to produce any runs en rout to a 5-0 road loss in the interleague series finale against the Detroit Tigers (32-34) yesterday afternoon in Motown. The Rockies are off today before opening a three-game series in Philadelphia tomorrow night.

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