So much for the slump plaguing
LeMahieu ripped three singles, including one that tallied a run in the third inning. He also scored a run and raised his average back to .300 in breaking a 3-for-30 slide.
Pollock slammed a double and single, drove in two runs and scored another. His double plated a pair in the fourth inning.
The center fielder now boasts a solid slash line of .304/.348/.465. He has nine hits in his last 19 at-bats.
Hale had allowed five runs in each of his previous three starts. But he wasn't much better in a loss to the Diamondbacks, his fourth straight. He surrendered three earned runs on five hits and three walks.
The right-hander yielded two runs in the first on a groundout and single, then two more in the fourth on a double by A.J. Pollock. Wildness caused him to throw 104 pitches - just 57 for strikes - through five.
Hale has given up 22 runs on 36 hits and 10 walks in his last 27 2/3 innings pitched to send his ERA soaring to 5.89.
Ziegler retired Colorado in order in the ninth. His sinker was working - all three were groundouts.
He has been pretty much lights-out over the last month. He has not allowed a run over 11 innings during that time and has recorded eight saves.
Mark the return of
Corbin allowed two runs on eight hits in five innings with no walks and three strikeouts against Colorado. He blanked the Rockies aside from the third, when RBI hits by Charlie Blackmon and DJ LeMahieu tied the game. He left after tossing 76 pitches.
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