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For the first since April 17., the Colorado Rockies have won a Sunday baseball game!
It's true! I watched it with my own eyes.
Rockies 5, Dodgers 3 (boxscore)
Yes, they won it, but it certainly wasn't easy. The Rockies offense did a typical Sunday disappearing act from the 2nd-6th innings. In fact, the offense as a whole only collected three hits in the game. That's an on-going problem that we've dissected and thrown up in our collective shoes thinking about for five months. But at least on this day they made their hits count.
Two of them were home runs.
Carlos Gonzalez hit a two-run blast in the first to start the game's scoring. (Watch)
Seth Smith then connected for a titantic 458-foot go-ahead home run in the seventh. Smith's ball landed in the second deck in right center field, above the bullpen. Not unusual to see second deck shots to straightaway right, but that's quite a poke to where Smith hit it. (Watch)