Rockies won 15 innings game
20.9.2013 Jan Jabrocky 0 Comments
Did you stay watching all game? 15 innings. 5 hours and 9 minutes. Second longest game in Coors Field History and fourth longest game in Rockies history.
Roy Oswalt started on the mound and played good game. Allowed 4 runs during 4.2 innings. After him Rockies used 9 relievers. Only Bettis and Brothers allowed one run each. Best performance of the night showed Lopez. Wilton had 3 strike outs in 2 innings and no hits, no walks. But win has Scahill. Rob pitched in 15th inning. Rockies tied a club record for most pitchers used in a game.
We saw very nice offensive performance by Rockies. They had 21 hits yesterday. 9 more than Cards. But Cards had Matt Holliday. This former Rockies player played very well all series. Yesterday added very important 3 hits and 2 RBI. And Cards turned score from 0-4 to 6-5. Fortunattely Rockies has Todd Helton. Todd is enjoying his last games. Firstly he made funny out in first inning and in 9th sent game to extras with game-tying solo homer. Both moment you can see in video below. Fans of both team waited till 15 inning for interesting moments. First have big opportunity Cards. But with bases loaded and one out Rockies played nice double play. And in the bottom of inning Corey Dickerson sent home DJ LeMahieu. For Corey it was first career walk-off hit. See it in video below.
Cory Dickerson´s walk-off triple