Germán Márquez left without decision in Colorado defeat

SAN DIEGO, CA - AUGUST 11: German Marquez # 48 of the Colorado Rockies pitches during the first inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park August 11, 2019 in San Diego, California. Denis Poroy / Getty Images / AFP

Germán Márquez had a good performance against the Arizona Bells, but could not prevent the Colorado Rockies from falling 10-8 in extrainning.

The Rockies took a 0-2 lead in the second inning, thanks to the first of three homers of the night from third baseman Ryan McMahon, in the fourth inning they increased their lead after McMahon's second home run, but in the fifth and sixth inning. Marquez allowed three runs and had to get out of the engagement.

With the progress of the commitment, the score changed several times until in the 13th Arizona made three runs with which he took the game.

The right-hander worked six innings in which he allowed five hits, three earned runs, gave away two walks and struck out five.

For Arizona, David Peralta 6-1 with two strikeouts, Eduardo Escobar hit 6-1 and was passed through the guillotine three times but scored a run and Asdrúbal Cabrera was the one who had the best performance of the criollos on offense when hitting from 4-2 with one RBI, one scored and two strikeouts.

 

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