The Colorado Rockies completed a three-game sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers at Coors Field on Wednesday afternoon with a walk-off ninth inning double by Tyler Colvin for the 7-6 victory. Colvin stepped to the plate with one out and Wilin Rosario and Eric Young Jr. on first and third base before planting a double into right field for the victory.
It wasn't an easy victory, by any means. The Rockies saw a 4-0 lead disappear in the fifth inning when Guillermo Moscoso and Carlos Torres combined to allow five runs in that frame. Torres allowed a run in the seventh inning, but Matt Reynolds gave it up as an inherited runner. Rookie Will Harris picked up his first major league win by pitching two clean innings.
The Rockies tagged Mark Rogers for five runs in six innings, though the first four came over the first two innings. Chris Nelson drove in three on a couple of singles while Young Jr. hit his fourth home run of the season.
Colorado (44-71, 24-37 home) remains at home and opens a four-game series on Thursday against the Miami Marlins.
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