The Brendan Rodgers hit a three-run homer and Connor Joe won a three-run triple, beating the Colorado Rockies 11-7 against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.
Kris Bryant also recorded 3 hits in his second multi-hit performance in the last 3 games, C.J. Kron and Charlie Blackmon scored two RBIs and two RBIs in the Rocky Mountains, respectively.
Austin Gomber moved to the bullpen and then returned to the starting rotation of the Rocky Mountains, where the left-handed player scored four runs and six hits in five of his two-thirds innings. Gomber (4-7) defeated the two and did not walk the batter.
Arizona starter Dallas Keuchel (2-6) bounced off a rough inning and allowed 7 runs (6 points) and 6 hits in 5 innings. The former ALCy Young winner hit 3 and walked 3 on his second start at Diamondbacks.
Christian Walker hit two home runs, and Ketel Marte and Dalton Barsho also hit Arizona home runs.
The Rocky Mountains recorded four runs in the RBI single by Cron in the first inning, followed by a three-run blast with a 4-0 lead from Rodgers.
Walker led the second home run to 4-1.
Gomber retired nine of the first ten batters before Cooper Hamel tripled to lead the fourth batter. He scored a single from Marte and reduced the deficit to 4-2.
Keuchel won the first two outs in the fourth inning before Randal Grichuk doubled into the right center fielder gap. Ryan McMahon and Brian Saven walked before Joe cleared the base in a triple with a 7-2 lead.
Jake Swagger led Arizona in 6th place, leading in a double, with Jordan Luplow scoring 7-3 in a single. Marte finished the Gomber night with 7-4 in the same inning.
Jake Bird came in and surrendered a home run to Walker to 7-5, but the Rocky Mountains blew off the game with four runs in half of the sixth round.
Brian released a two-run RBI single, Blackmon continued to double two runs, and Kron was 11-5 in the game's second run score single.
Varsho hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning, reaching 11-7.
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