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A late rally leads the D-backs over the Rockies

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Christian Walker and Emmanuel Rivera each homered as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Colorado Rockies, 6-4, in a three-game series rubber match in Phoenix on Sunday.

With the game tied 4-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Arizona had the bases loaded and Rockies reliever Alex scored a go-ahead run with his Colome balk. The D-backs added insurance to his run on Sergio Alcantara's sacrifice fly.

Chris Devenski (2-0) pitched 1 and his 2/3 innings scoreless before Colorado got his 2 outs in the ninth. With the bases loaded, Mark played against his Melancon. 15th save in 18 chances.

After Colorado starter Jose Urena retired his two batters in the first to start the game, Keter his Marte singled and Walker hit his two hitters into left field. hit a run of

His 431-foot home run for Walker was his 26th of the season and his third in the last six games.

The Colorado offense struggled early on against Zach Davis. Zach Davis allowed four hits in a scoreless inning as he walked two and struck out three.

Kevin Ginkel relieved Davis to start his No. 6, allowing all six of his batters he faced to reach base. C.J. Cron tied the game with his two-run double, and Elefris Montero put the Rockies ahead on an RBI single. Arizona responded to Rivera's solo his shot on Ulena in the bottom of the sixth with his two outs, recording his first home run since getting it from the Kansas City Royals last Monday. .

Sergio Alcantara pulled his walk off the lead and Josh Rojas' one-out to the left field when he scored on a double, the D-backs beat Robert He drew in his seventh round against Stevenson .

Brendan Rodgers, Kron, Grichuk, and Montero each got his two hits for Colorado.

– Field Level Media