Denver, CO (Sports Network) - Jhoulys Chacin pitched eight strong innings and
Dexter Fowler drove in four runs, as the Colorado Rockies blasted the San
Diego Padres, 14-2, on a rainy night at Coors Field.
Wilin Rosario singled in two runs in the opening inning and DJ LeMahieu
homered to begin a three-run second, as the Rockies coasted to their fourth
consecutive victory, their longest winning streak since a season-best eight-
game run, April 12-20.
Chacin (11-6) allowed five hits, including Jaff Decker's first career homer.
Rosario had three RBI and LeMahieu went 3-for-4 with two RBI and three runs
scored. Nolan Arenado contributed four hits and drove in a run.
The opener of this three-game set was delayed 63 minutes by rain entering the
bottom of the eighth inning. The Rockies scored six times in the eighth.
Edinson Volquez (8-10) gave up nine hits and eight runs over 4 1/3 innings.
The right-hander, who was 5-0 over his past 10 road starts, suffered his first
away defeat since April 7 at Coors Field.
The Padres, who had six hits and four errors, lost for the fifth time in six
games. Jedd Gyorko also hit a solo homer.
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