Bats can't rescue Rox in 13-10 loss to Brewers

Published on NewsOK Modified: June 21, 2014 at 1:11 am •  Published: June 21, 2014
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DENVER (AP) — A game after being no-hit, the Colorado Rockies' bats were jumping. Unfortunately, the pitching staff couldn't stop the Milwaukee Brewers from doing the same.

In their first game since being no-hit by Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, the Rockies got their league-leading offense back on track with a 16-hit game, but it wasn't nearly enough against Milwaukee. Jean Segura homered twice and Ryan Braun had three hits to help the Brewers hold off Colorado 13-10 on Friday night.

Khris Davis homered and Carlos Gomez extended his hitting streak to 16 games as the Brewers scored their most runs of the year and tied a season high with 19 hits.

"Pitchers didn't get away with much tonight," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said.

Christian Bergman (0-2) was roughed up in his third career start. The rookie allowed seven runs in three innings after allowing just five runs total in his first two outings.

His night became more troublesome when he was hit on the base of the left hand by a line drive hit by Aramis Ramirez in the top of the third inning. Davis followed with a two-run homer and one out later Segura hit his second to give the Brewers a 7-6 lead.

An X-ray was negative and Bergman said he should make his next start if the swelling goes down quickly.

"It's fine. It's not broken, it's just really swollen," he said. "Hopefully it cools down in the next couple of days."

Marco Estrada (6-4) gave up seven runs and a career-most 10 hits, yet still earned the win thanks to the Brewers' bats.

Justin Morneau, Corey Dickerson and Brandon Barnes homered for the Rockies. Morneau finished with five RBIs as the Rockies shrugged off Kershaw's gem Wednesday that included 15 strikeouts.

"I don't think the offense was struggling just because one of the best pitchers in the game pitches a no-hitter against us," said Troy Tulowitzki, who finished with three hits and a walk. "I don't think we even thought about that."

The opening three innings played more like the Coors Field of old, before the humidor came into existence. The teams combined for 13 runs and 16 hits.

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