Final

Series: Game 3 of 4

Colorado leads 2-1 (as of 8/17)

Game 1: Thursday, August 14
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Game 2: Friday, August 15
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Game 3: Saturday, August 16
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Game 3: Sunday, August 17
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Game 4: Sunday, August 17
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Reds 9

(61-62, 29-33 away)

Rockies 10

(48-76, 30-32 home)

    Coverage:  ROOT

    4:10 PM ET, August 17, 2014

    Coors Field, Denver, Colorado 

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    W: R. Brothers (4-5)

    L: J. Hoover (1-9)

    Rockies rally for 10-9 victory over Reds

    Associated Press

    DENVER -- Drew Stubbs capped Colorado's five-run ninth inning with a three-run homer, sending the Rockies to a 10-9 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday in the first game of a doubleheader.

    The Reds carried a 9-5 lead into the ninth, but All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman walked four straight batters before he was replaced by J.J. Hoover. Pinch-hitter Wilin Rosario then hit a sacrifice fly to trim Cincinnati's lead to two.

    After Charlie Blackmon flied out, Stubbs drove a 1-0 pitch from Hoover (1-9) into the seats in left for his 12th homer. It was Stubbs' third career game-ending homer and first with the Rockies.

    Rex Brothers (4-5) picked up the victory despite allowing a pair of runs in the top of the ninth. Nolan Arenado tied a career high with four hits for Colorado. He also had a leadoff walk in the ninth.

    Stubbs finished with three hits against his first major league team, and then was doused with ice water by a teammate during an on-field interview after the game.

    Dylan Axelrod, making his Reds debut, was scheduled to start the nightcap against Yohan Flande, who is looking for his first major league win.

    The doubleheader was set up by Saturday night's water main break outside Coors Field that left the ballpark without running water and forced the game to be pushed back one day. The ruptured water main was repaired by city crews overnight.

    Jay Bruce and Kris Negron homered for the Reds, who fell to 10-18 since the All-Star break.

    Charlie Blackmon and Corey Dickerson also went deep for the Rockies.

    The Rockies' Michael Cuddyer, who won the NL batting title last season, went 1 for 5 in his return from a left shoulder fracture. He was injured June 5 against Arizona when he dove for a sharply hit grounder while playing third base.

    A brief thunder shower prompted a 21-minute rain delay in the first.

    TRAINER'S ROOM:

    Reds: 2B Brandon Phillips (torn left thumb ligament) continued his minor league rehab stint with Class A Dayton on Sunday at Bowling Green. Phillips began the assignment Friday at Triple-A Louisville, going 0 for 2 with a walk against Indianapolis.

    Rockies: RHP Tommy Kahnle was placed on the 15-day disabled list because of shoulder inflammation. LHP Brett Anderson (back strain) was transferred from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL.

    UP NEXT:

    Reds: RHP Mike Leake (9-11) is slated to pitch Monday's series opener at St. Louis, where Cincinnati has gone 1-10 in its last 11 series.

    Rockies: Following an off day, LHP Tyler Matzek (2-8) is slated to pitch Tuesday against RHP James Shields (11-6) in the first of a two-game interleague series against Kansas City.

    GAME BALLS:

    The game was played with balls embossed with the No. 17 in recognition of Todd Helton, who wore that number during a stellar Colorado career and saw it retired during a pregame ceremony. He's the first player in the team's history to have his number retired.

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    Game Information

    StadiumCoors Field, Denver, CO
    Attendance42,310 (84% full) - % is based on regular season capacity
    Game Time3:59
    Weather86 degrees, overcast
    Wind5 mph
    UmpiresHome Plate - Dale Scott, First Base - Marcus Pattillo, Second Base - CB Bucknor, Third Base - Quinn Wolcott

    Research Notes

    Aroldis Chapman: 1st pitcher to face at least 4 batters, walk them all, get no outs in game since Miguel Asencio, 2002 Royals (his MLB debut against the White Sox- 16 pitches, all balls)

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