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Five Rockies Homers Not Enough, Lose to Reds 7-5

Five solo home runs by the Colorado Rockies (17-29) was not enough to get the win yesterday afternoon, losing to the Cincinnati Reds (27-20) 7-5 in Cincinnati. The Reds homered four times. The Rockies start a seven-game home stand with a double-header today against the Houston Astros (22-25) at 1:10 & 6:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Reds 10, Rockies 3

Pitching struggles ruined any chances of the Colorado Rockies (17-28) winning their third game in a row last night, instead losing to the Cincinnati Reds (26-20) 10-3 in Cincinnati. Colorado starter Jeremy Guthrie gave up six runs on ten hits in five innings. The rubber game of the series is this morning at 11:10 MT at Great American Ball Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Shut Down Reds 6-3

The Colorado Rockies (17-27) shut down one of the hottest teams in baseball last night, beating the Cincinnati Reds (25-20) 6-3 in Cincinnati. Rockies starter Christian Friedrich gave up three runs in five innings, and struck out six. Todd Helton drove in thee runs. The second game of the series is tonight at Great American Park at 5:15 MT (TV: none).

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Rockies Open Weekend Series Tonight in Cincinnati

The Colorado Rockies (16-27) will try to make it two wins in a row for just the fourth time this season when they open the weekend series against the Cincinnati Reds (25-19) at Great American Ball Park tonight at 5:10 MT (TV: Root Sports). Christian Friedrich is scheduled to get the start for Colorado.

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Rockies End Losing Streak, Beat Marlins 8-4

The Colorado Rockies (16-27) won for only the fifth time this month, taking the final game of the three-game series last night against the Miami Marlins (24-20) 8-4. This time it was Miami that blew the early lead, something Colorado has been doing frequently. The Rockies are off today, before starting a three-game series at Cincinnati tomorrow.

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May Day: Rockies Lose to Marlins 7-6

The Colorado Rockies (15-27) have fallen to 4-16 in the month of May after losing to the Miami Marlins (24-19) last night 7-6 in Miami. The Rockies trailed 7-4 in the eighth inning before mounting a rally that fell one run short. The two team wrap up the series tonight at 5:10 MT in Marlins Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Lose Fifth Straight at Miami 7-4

Only the Minnesota Twins (14-27) have a worse record in Major League Baseball than the Colorado Rockies (15-26), who's tailspin continued last night with a 7-4 loss to the Miami Marlins (23-19). The Rockies took an early 4-0 lead before giving up seven straight. The two teams face off again tonight at 5:10 MT at Marlins Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Seattle Sweep: Mariners 6, Rockies 4

Jeremie Guthrie was roughed up early, and their ninth inning rally ended in a double-play, as the Colorado Rockies (15-25) lost 6-4 to the Seattle Mariners (19-24) yesterday afternoon in Denver, completing Seattle's 3-game sweep. The Rockies open a three-game series against the Miami Marlins (22-19) tonight at 5:10 MT at Marlins Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Struggles Continue, Lose to Mariners 10-3

The month of May continues to be a struggle for the Colorado Rockies (15-24), who have now won only 4 times and lost 13 this month, after falling again to the Seattle Mariners (18-24) 10-3 yesterday in Denver. The final game of the interleague series is this afternoon at 1:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Seattle Shuts Down Rockies 4-0

Two hits and an error is all the Colorado Rockies (15-23) could put on the scoreboard Friday night, losing to the Seattle Mariners (17-24) 4-0 in Denver. Seattle starter Kevin Millwood carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, before it was spoiled by Marco Scutaro. Game 2 of the series is this afternoon at 2:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Collapse Against Visiting D-backs 9-7

The Colorado Rockies (15-22) bullpen couldn't hold on against the Arizona Diamondbacks (17-22), en route to a 9-7 loss yesterday in Denver. All nine of the Arizona runs were scored with two outs. Colorado led 4-1 and 7-4 before finally coming up short. The Rockies open a 3-game series against the Seattle Mariners (16-24) tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Moyer Extends Record as Rockies Beat Diamondbacks 6-1

Jamie Moyer extended his record for being the oldest winning pitcher in history to 49 years and 180 days, as the Colorado Rockies (15-21) beat the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks (16-22) 6-1 last night in Denver. The two-game series wraps up this afternoon at 1:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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