Make it six losses in the last seven games for the Colorado Rockies. On Tuesday at Chase Field, the Diamondbacks scored two in the fourth, two in the fifth and two in the seventh to defeat Colorado 6-2 and drop the team to 36-60 on the season. The win moves Arizona to 49-48.
The Rockies took the lead in the fourth when Michael Cuddyer clubbed a homer off of Arizona starter Joe Saunders. Cuddyer would homer again for the Rockies in the sixth inning, and now has now gone deep 14 times on the season.
The Diamondbacks got RBI doubles by Stephen Drew and Willie Bloomquist in the fourth, and then a two-run homer by Chris Young in the fifth. Miguel Montero's two RBI single in the seventh put an exclamation point on the Arizona victory.
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