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DENVER — The San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies set a modern-era document by combining for 92 runs in a four-game sequence, when San Diego pitcher Matt Strahm drawing a pinch-hit, bases-loaded stroll within the ninth inning to rally previous Colorado 14-13 Sunday. The all-time document is 112 runs between the Cleveland Blues and St. Louis Browns of the American Affiliation in 1887.
It was simply one other wacky day at Coors Subject, particularly on this break up sequence through which the Rockies outscored the Padres 48-44 whereas the groups mixed for 131 hits. Colorado’s Charlie Blackmon turned the primary participant since at 1900 with 15 hits in a four-game sequence.
Including to the zaniness: The finale was delayed as soon as to scrub up an enormous puddle in foul territory regardless of sunny skies, and once more later due to climate.
With the Padres trailing 13-10 within the ninth, Wil Myers had an RBI single and Greg Garcia promptly tied it with a two-out, two-run triple off nearer Wade Davis (1-2). The Rockies introduced in starter Jon Grey, who deliberately walked two batters to face Strahm. Grey fell behind 3-1 earlier than throwing a strike. Taking all the way in which, Strahm watched a fastball narrowly miss for ball 4.
Gerardo Reyes (3-0) earned the win by putting out three within the eighth. Kirby Yates threw an ideal ninth for his 24th save. Hunter Renfroe homered twice for San Diego, whereas Fernando Tatis Jr. had three hits, together with a double and a triple.
The Padres raced out to a 3-Zero lead earlier than an enormous puddle instantly fashioned alongside the right-field line on account of a difficulty with the irrigation line. The grounds crew rolled the water away because the groups waited within the dugout throughout the 15-minute holdup.
Within the backside of the inning, Colorado responded with six runs. Blackmon led the way in which with two hits within the inning, together with a solo homer to guide off.
The sport was once more halted within the sixth as climate moved into the world. The delay lasted 48 minutes.
As soon as the tarp was lifted, the Rockies rapidly went to work by scoring three runs to make it 13-8. Ian Desmond, Ryan McMahon and Raimel Tapia had three consecutive doubles to start out the body. The trio went a mixed 9-for-15 with six RBIs.
Blackmon remained crimson scorching with three extra hits. He has reached base safely in all 26 of his house video games this season.
Padres lefty Nick Margevicius surrendered 9 runs and 11 hits over 1⅓ innings as his ERA rose from 5.02 to six.41. He additionally threw one pitch all the way in which to the backstop.
Rockies righty Peter Lambert gave up eight runs and 9 hits over three innings as his ERA soared from 1.50 to six.00. He threw two pitches to the backstop. Lambert chipped in on offense with a pair of RBI singles.