Rockies Beat Giants 7-6, Match Best Start In Team History

Nolan Arenado hit his first homer of the season to ignite a five-run sixth inning and the Colorado Rockies matched their best start in franchise history by holding on for a 7-6 win over the San Francisco Giants. The Rockies are 7-2 for the fifth time in team history.

 

They also had that mark in 1995, ’97, 2011 and ’15. It was a nerve-wracking ninth as the Giants scored two runs before newly appointed closer Jairo Diaz got the final out to earn his second save.

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