DJ. LeMahieu led off the ninth with a single, while David Dahl and McMahon walked to set up Ianetta, who was almost taken out to bring in Carlos Gonzalez as a pinch-hitter. Dylan Floro walked in the run to suffer his third loss for the Dodgers, who dropped a full game back in the NL West behind the Arizona Diamondbacks, who beat the Cincinnati Reds in the series finale on Sunday.
The series victory for the Rockies was their first against the Dodgers since April 7th-9th of 2017, as they are just a game and a half back for the National League West lead. Wade Davis had to pitch out of a jam to keep the game tied in the ninth, but still got his second win of the year. The Dodgers did rally late from a 3-0 deficit, which robbed Rockies starter Chad Bettis of the win, despite the hurler pitching in to the seventh inning.
Bettis allowed just one run on three hits in 6.1 innings in his second start since coming off of the disabled list. All three hits against him were just singles.
Brian Dozier had a two-run single in the seventh, while Matt Kemp tied things up with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning. Rich Hill allowed three runs, two of which were earned, over six innings. This was his first start in Coors Field since he was a member of the Chicago Cubs on April 23rd, 2008.
The Dodgers return home Monday night to battle their rivals, the San Francisco Giants. The Rockies will do battle with the struggling defending World Series Champions, Houston Astros. beginning on Tuesday.