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L.A. Dodgers
W: B. Kim (5-10) L: D. Houlton (5-8)
HR: LA - None   COL - B. Hawpe (9), G. Atkins (11)

Rockies 11, Dodgers 1

CBS SportsLine.com wire reports

DENVER -- Late in the year, Byung-Hyun Kim is showing some consistency.

Kim won back-to-back starts for only the second time in his major-league career, and Brad Hawpe hit a three-run homer in a five-run fifth inning to lead the Colorado Rockies over the Los Angeles Dodgers 11-1 Saturday night.

"We've always had trouble with him," Los Angeles manager Jim Tracy said of Kim, who has allowed five earned runs in four starts against the Dodgers.

Coming off a 2-1 win at San Francisco, Kim (5-10) allowed one run and five hits in six innings. The only other time he won consecutive starts was in his 2003 finale and 2004 opener, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. He has allowed two earned runs in his last three starts.

"I think the Dodgers are good hitters, but I just am getting better right now," Kim said. "My fastball and my two-seamer were good today, but my slider wasn't good at all."

Kim, who moved into the starting rotation after struggling as a reliever, threw 52 of 74 pitches for strikes.

"Kim was very efficient with his pitches," manager Clint Hurdle said. "He's so confident right now."

Hawpe, activated Friday after a stint on the disabled list caused by a strained left hamstring, had a career-high four RBI. Garrett Atkins had three hits, including a home run.

"I didn't come back with any expectations or goals," Hawpe said. "I wanted to make an impact, and help this team at the end of the year."

D.J. Houlton (5-8) gave up six runs and 10 hits in 4 2/3 innings, dropping to 1-6 with a 5.34 ERA in his last nine starts. Los Angeles got just six hits and fell seven games behind NL West-leading San Diego.

"First and foremost, you aren't going to win many games in this or any ballpark with one run," Dodgers manager Jim Tracy said. "We get six hits from three people, and that won't make it at any park."

Oscar Robles, Jeff Kent and Olmedo Saenz had two hits each for Los Angeles.

Hawpe hit an RBI double in the first, but Saenz's second double of the game tied it in the fourth.

The home runs by Hawpe and Atkins put the Rockies ahead 5-1 in the fifth, and Kim chased Houlton with an RBI single.

"It was a rough night for me," Houlton said. "I left some pitches up and the hits came from every where."

Colorado added five runs in the eighth inning off Yhency Brazoban on RBI singles by Matt Holliday, Luis Gonzalez and Jorge Piedra, and run-scoring grounders by Atkins and Danny Ardoin.


  • Dodgers OF Ricky Ledee was held out of the starting lineup with soreness in his left hamstring.
  • Los Angeles RHP Giovanni Carrara will miss the entire series to be with his son.
  • The Rockies have hit five back-to-back home runs this year.
  • Cory Sullivan robbed Jeff Kent of an extra base hit with a leaping catch as he reached the warning track in center field.
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Players of the Game

B. Hawpe
AB 4
R 1
H 2
HR 1

G. Atkins
AB 5
R 2
H 3
HR 1

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February 17, 2017
NL West Preview: Colorado Rockies (2:26)
Los Angeles Dodgers
Oscar Robles, SS4020010 .284
Hee Seop Choi, 1B3000002 .254
   a- Willy Aybar, PH1000010 .000
Jeff Kent, 2B4120000 .293
Olmedo Saenz, 3B3021111 .291
Jose Jr. Cruz, RF4000003 .230
Dioner Navarro, C3000012 .271
Jose Valentin, LF2000102 .180
Jason Repko, CF2000001 .218
   b- Antonio Perez, PH1000010 .318
    Yhency Brazoban, P0000000 .000
    Franquelis Osoria, P0000000 .000
D.J. Houlton, P2000020 .125
    Elmer Dessens, P0000000 .000
   c- Jayson Werth, PH-CF1000010 .246
a-struck out for Choi in the 9th
b-struck out for Repko in the 8th
c-struck out for Dessens in the 8th
2B - Oscar Robles (15, Kim), Jeff Kent (33, Fuentes), Olmedo Saenz 2 (22, Kim, Kim)
RBI - Olmedo Saenz (60)
Team LOB - 4
Outfield Assists - Jason Repko 1
DP - Robles-Kent-Choi
E - Hee Seop Choi (2, Missed catch), Jose Jr. Cruz (3, Wild throw)
Los Angeles Dodgers
D.J. Houlton (L,5-8) 4.21066512 5.23
Elmer Dessens 2.1000220 2.90
Yhency Brazoban 0.2454200 6.33
Franquelis Osoria 0.1000000 5.14
HBP - Holliday (by Elmer Dessens)
WP - Elmer Dessens (1)
Pitches-Strikes - D.J. Houlton 101-60, Elmer Dessens 36-18, Yhency Brazoban 23-12, Franquelis Osoria 2-2
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - D.J. Houlton 7-4, Elmer Dessens 2-3, Yhency Brazoban 2-0, Franquelis Osoria 1-0
Batters Faced - D.J. Houlton 27, Elmer Dessens 10, Yhency Brazoban 8, Franquelis Osoria 1
Colorado Rockies
Clint Barmes, SS5110126 .319
Cory Sullivan, CF4110003 .265
Todd Helton, 1B2210300 .307
    Brian Fuentes, P0000000 .000
Matt Holliday, LF4221003 .310
Brad Hawpe, RF4124111 .302
Garrett Atkins, 3B5232000 .283
Luis Gonzalez, 2B-1B4111102 .284
Danny Ardoin, C3111201 .233
Byung-Hyun Kim, P3011004 .067
    Scott Dohmann, P0000000 .000
   a- Dustan Mohr, PH0000100 .210
    Mike DeJean, P0000000 .000
   b- Jorge Piedra, PH1011000 .298
    Omar Quintanilla, 2B0000000 .245
a-walked for Dohmann in the 7th
b-singled for DeJean in the 8th
2B - Clint Barmes (17, Houlton), Brad Hawpe (9, Houlton), Garrett Atkins (22, Houlton), Danny Ardoin (9, Houlton)
HR - Brad Hawpe (9, Houlton), Garrett Atkins (11, Houlton)
SH - Cory Sullivan (10)
RBI - Matt Holliday (56), Brad Hawpe 4 (44), Garrett Atkins 2 (65), Luis Gonzalez (32), Danny Ardoin (16), Byung-Hyun Kim (2), Jorge Piedra (15)
2-OUT RBI - Brad Hawpe (22), Byung-Hyun Kim (1), Jorge Piedra (8)
Team LOB - 11
Outfield Assists - Cory Sullivan 1
DP - Barmes-Gonzalez-Helton, Gonzalez-Barmes-Helton
E - Byung-Hyun Kim (2, Wild pickoff attempt)
Colorado Rockies
Byung-Hyun Kim (W,5-10) 6511140 4.74
Scott Dohmann 1000100 6.98
Mike DeJean 1000020 4.67
Brian Fuentes 1100020 2.63
Pitches-Strikes - Byung-Hyun Kim 74-52, Scott Dohmann 19-10, Mike DeJean 13-8, Brian Fuentes 14-10
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Byung-Hyun Kim 6-5, Mike DeJean 1-0
Batters Faced - Byung-Hyun Kim 21, Scott Dohmann 4, Mike DeJean 3, Brian Fuentes 4
Game Information
Attendance - 23398
Game Time - 2:48
Temperature - 85
Umpires - Home - Lance Barksdale, First Base - Jim Reynolds, Second Base - John Hirschbeck, Third Base - Rob Drake