On Sunday afternoon, the San Diego Padres defeated the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in a 2-0 decision -- which goes to show us that, well, the Rockies are bad. That's nothing we don't already know, however.
Colorado's Drew Pomeranz (0-3, 3.72 ERA) unfortunately got saddled with the loss in this game. He allowed one unearned run on two hits and three walks while pitching six innings. That unearned run scored after Chris Denorfia scored on a throwing error by Jordan Pacheco. Pacheco attempted a throw to first base on a Logan Forsythe-hit ball. Denorfia had reached on an infield single and stole second base.
Rex Brothers allowed the other run in the seventh inning when Denorfia struck for an RBI single, plating Alexi Amarista.
Kip Wells threw seven shutout innings for the Padres, limiting the Rockies to six hits during that time.
The Rockies (30-48, 18-25 home) begin a seven-game road trip on Monday when they visit the St. Louis Cardinals.
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