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Los Angeles at Colorado

L.A. Dodgers (49-51)000000001142
Colorado (44-58) «01401004x10180

Rockies 10, Dodgers 1

CBSSports.com wire reports

DENVER -- When Ubaldo Jimenez went to the mound in the ninth inning he wanted the shutout.

"I was starving for it," he said.

After Matt Kemp sent his fastball 445 feet to center field, Jimenez had to settle for the first complete game of his career.

Jimenez threw a four-hitter and Ian Stewart homered and drove in four runs to lead the Colorado Rockies to a 10-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night.

Brad Hawpe had three hits, including his 16th homer, and Jeff Baker had four hits for the Rockies, who had 18 hits one night after they had 20.

Jimenez (6-9) gave the Colorado bullpen some much-needed rest after Monday night's 16-10 loss to the Dodgers in which the relievers threw 8 2/3 innings. Jimenez retired 13 straight at one point and 15 of the first 16 batters in winning for the fifth time in his last seven starts.

"He's growing up right before your eyes," Rockies manager Clint Hurdle said of the 24-year-old right-hander. "This was something that was another step forward for him."

Jimenez didn't allow a runner past first base until Nomar Garciaparra led off the eighth with a double to left, and he didn't give up a run until Kemp led off the ninth with his 11th homer.

"It was one of the few mistakes he made tonight and so I took advantage of it," Kemp said.

It was one of the few blemishes for Jimenez.

"I just wanted a complete game," he said. "I wanted the shutout, but it happens."

Jimenez, who struck out four and walked two, received a standing ovation from the crowd of 41,567 at Coors Field when he batted in the bottom of the eighth.

"It was a dream come true," Jimenez said of the complete game. "Since I got to the big leagues last year, I dreamed about it."

Clayton Kershaw (0-3), who was recalled from Double-A before the game, gave up five runs and 10 hits in three-plus innings.

"It's not easy to pitch in this ballpark, but Jimenez had no problem tonight," Dodgers manager Joe Torre said. "He just shut us down completely. We just threw too many balls in the middle of the plate."

Hawpe got things started, putting Colorado ahead 1-0 with a one-out homer in the second.

Colorado extended its lead in the third. With one out, Baker and Matt Holliday singled, Garrett Atkins walked and Chris Iannetta smacked a two-run single to right. After Hawpe struck out and Troy Tulowitzki was intentionally walked, Stewart singled to right to make it 5-0.

"They were just hitting," Kershaw said. "You'd almost rather it be a command problem than get hit like that."

The Rockies chased Kershaw when they loaded the bases in the fourth with no outs on singles by Taveras and Baker and a walk to Holliday. Reliever Jason Johnson got out of the jam by getting Atkins to ground into a fielder's choice at home and Iannetta into a double play.

Stewart's fourth homer of the season made it 6-0 in the fifth. He finished with three hits.

The Rockies scored four runs in the eighth to make it 10-0.

"We're all swinging the bat well," Stewart said. "It seems like we're seeing the ball well and everyone's driving the ball."


Dodgers RHP Jason Schmidt (shoulder surgery) had an injection on his right shoulder Tuesday to try to relieve some discomfort. Schmidt had surgery to remove scar tissue from the bursa sac, repair a frayed biceps tendon and repair a torn labrum on June 20, 2007. ... Rockies LHP Jeff Francis (left shoulder inflammation) threw 50 pitches in a rehab assignment with Double-A Tulsa on Monday night. He is scheduled for another rehab start Saturday. ... Tulowitzki's single in the second gave him hits in six straight at-bats. He was 5-for-5 Monday night. ... The Rockies have scored 10 or more runs in their last three games.

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Players of the Game

I. Stewart
AB 3
R 1
H 3
HR 1

U. Jimenez
IP 9.0
H 4
ER 1
BB 2
K 4

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Los Angeles Dodgers
Matt Kemp, RF3111100 .287
Andre Ethier, LF4000021 .278
Russell Martin, C3010010 .299
   a- Blake DeWitt, PH1000000 .254
Jeff Kent, 2B4000001 .253
James Loney, 1B3000000 .297
Nomar Garciaparra, SS3010000 .289
Andruw Jones, CF3000011 .163
Andy LaRoche, 3B2010100 .212
Clayton Kershaw, P1000000 .000
    Jason Johnson, P1000001 .000
   b- Delwyn Young, PH1000001 .250
    Ramon Troncoso, P0000000 .000
a-grounded out for Martin in the 9th
b-grounded into a double play for J. Johnson in the 8th
2B - Nomar Garciaparra (5, Jimenez)
HR - Matt Kemp (11, Jimenez)
RBI - Matt Kemp (55)
Team LOB - 3
DP - Kent-Garciaparra-Loney, Garciaparra-Loney, Garciaparra-Kent-Loney
PB - Russell Martin (4)
E - Matt Kemp (3, Misplayed grounder), Jeff Kent (8, Misplayed grounder)
Los Angeles Dodgers
Clayton Kershaw (L,0-3) 31055321 5.18
Jason Johnson 4211221 2.57
Ramon Troncoso 1644020 6.11
IBB - Tulowitzki by Clayton Kershaw, Stewart by Jason Johnson
Pitches-Strikes - Clayton Kershaw 74-42, Jason Johnson 44-27, Ramon Troncoso 33-21
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Clayton Kershaw 5-1, Jason Johnson 8-1
Batters Faced - Clayton Kershaw 21, Jason Johnson 15, Ramon Troncoso 9
Colorado Rockies
Willy Taveras, CF5120000 .244
Jeff Baker, 2B-1B5241001 .293
Matt Holliday, LF4220101 .340
    Scott Podsednik, LF0000000 .252
Garrett Atkins, 1B4211104 .303
    Omar Quintanilla, 2B0000000 .262
Chris Iannetta, C4112123 .277
Brad Hawpe, RF5132022 .267
Troy Tulowitzki, SS4020112 .200
Ian Stewart, 3B3134100 .292
Ubaldo Jimenez, P5000018 .047
2B - Jeff Baker (20, Kershaw), Matt Holliday (24, Troncoso)
HR - Brad Hawpe (16, Kershaw), Ian Stewart (4, J. Johnson)
SF - Ian Stewart (1)
RBI - Jeff Baker (34), Garrett Atkins (60), Chris Iannetta 2 (40), Brad Hawpe 2 (47), Ian Stewart 4 (15)
2-OUT RBI - Ian Stewart 3 (4)
SB - Willy Taveras (42, 2nd base off Troncoso/Martin)
Team LOB - 11
DP - Tulowitzki-Baker-Atkins, Tulowitzki-Atkins
Colorado Rockies
Ubaldo Jimenez (W,6-9) 9411241 3.98
Pitches-Strikes - Ubaldo Jimenez 114-73
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Ubaldo Jimenez 16-5
Batters Faced - Ubaldo Jimenez 31
Game Information
Attendance - 41567
Game Time - 2:34
Temperature - 94
Umpires - Home - Paul Nauert, First Base - Brian O'Nora, Second Base - Tom Hallion, Third Base - Jerry Crawford