Rockies Vs. Giants Score Update: Colorado Trails 5-2 After 5

After splitting the first two games of the series, the Colorado Rockies trail the San Francisco Giants by a score of 5-2 heading into the sixth inning of the finale on Wednesday night.

The Giants scored all five of their runs in the game's first inning. Gregor Blanco hit a lead-off triple, then scored on a Marco Scutaro single. This was followed by RBI singles from Joaquin Arias and Hector Sanchez, who both scored on a Brandon Crawford double.

Wilin Rosario is responsible for both of the Rockies' runs. He hit an RBI single in the first and a solo home run in the third.

Colorado starter Jeff Francis was replaced by Adam Ottavino in the fourth inning. Francis gave up five runs and seven hits and struck out five in three innings of work. Ottavino has allowed three hits and has struck out three in two innings.

The Rockies have only managed four hits off San Francisco starter Tim Lincecum, who has six strikeouts in five innings.

For more on these teams, check out Rockies blog Purple Row and Giants blog McCovey Chronicles. Head over to Baseball Nation for more news and notes around the league.

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