The Colorado Rockies held the Matt Kemp-less Los Angeles Dodgers to just three hits during a 3-2 victory on Sunday at Coors Field. The Rockies only managed six hits themselves, but the Colorado pitching was good enough to carry the team to a victory in the series rubber match.
Starter Alex White allowed two hits, five walks and two earned runs over 6.2 innings for the Rockies to earn the win and improve his record to 2-3. Rafael Betancourt would nail down his 10th save of the year to seal the victory.
The Rockies scored in the first when Marco Scutaro drove-in Dexter Folwer with a ground out to third. Colorado would add its other two runs in the sixth. First baseman Todd Helton singled to right to drive-in Scutaro, which was followed by an RBI double from third baseman Jordan Pacheco.
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