CarGo checked, win streak ends at five
By Trey Scott | MLB.com
DENVER — The Dodgers stopped Carlos Gonzalez when it counted in a 6-2 victory over the Rockies on Saturday afternoon at Coors Field.
Gonzalez extended his hit streak to seven games, but never got one that truly mattered. As a result, the Rockies’ five-game win streak ended, as did a five-game slide by the Dodgers, who lead the National League West and are 10 1/2 games ahead of fourth-place Colorado.
With Dexter Fowler on third base and one out in the first, Gonzalez popped up to shortstop against Dodgers starting pitcher Aaron Harang (4-3), who held the Rockies to one run and four hits in six innings. MORE>>>
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