D-backs miss out on Walker exit and fall to Rockies

Tyler Chatwood allowed only two hits in just over seven innings before leaving the mound when he was hit in the hand to throw a shot, Mark Reynolds homered for a third consecutive game, and the Colorado Rockies beat 5- 2 to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Pat Valaika hit a line-kick on the two-race fence and Charlie Blackmon added a solo homer to the second floor so that the leaders of the West Division of the National League won the Diamondbacks two of the three games in the series.

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Chatwood (3-4) was dominant until he tried to score with his right hand a shot in the box Daniel Descalso at the beginning of the eighth.

Chatwood made a pitch to test his hand before manager Bud Black resorted to the bullpen with the Rockies ahead on the board 5-0. Chatwood received a race.

Greg Holland retired in order the ninth episode for his 13th rescue in an equal number of opportunities.

Taijuan Walker (3-2) received three runs – one of them clean – in five innings and two-thirds. It was affected by some flaws in fielding, including a high loss in the light of the sun.

For the Diamondbacks, the Venezuelans David Peralta of 4-0 and Gregor Blanco of 2-0. For the Rockies the Venezuelan Carlos Gonzalez of 4-0.