The Arizona Diamondbacks' 6-2 lead is no more. A Todd Helton single to right field in the bottom of the fourth brought the game to a 6-6 tie and also knocked Arizona starter Daniel Hudson out of the game.
The inning started off with Marco Scutaro singling to centerfield, but that was erased by a double play ball that Hudson induced from Dexter Fowler. But the Rockies would rally back thanks to back-to-back singles from Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez. The two would advance a base on a wild pitch and then would be brought home when Helton shot a ball into right.
Colorado's Esmil Rogers would be in line for the win if the Rockies can take the lead in the next few innings. He's pitched 2.1 shutout innings in relief of Juan Nicasio, who was pulled after 2.2 innings.
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