The Colorado Rockies are trailing 7-3 to the Cincinnati Reds after five innings on Sunday afternoon in a game that's already seen seven home runs get launched. Neither team has been able to keep the ball in the park thus far as batters have teed off at the Great American Ballpark.
The Rockies have never led on Sunday, getting behind 1-0 early on a solo shot from the Reds' Joey Votto. Colorado matched in the second inning with a homer from Troy Tulowitzki, but the Reds opened up the game with a three-run bomb by Brandon Phillips the following inning.
Michael Cuddyer and Carlos Gonzalez have also hit homers for the Rockies, while Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier have also gone deep for Cincinnati. Colorado hasn't had a runner get on base yet in the game; all three of the Rockies' hits have been homers and Reds starter Mat Latos hasn't allowed a walk yet.