Rockies swept by A’s

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DENVER — Somebody finally proved that Coors Field didn’t have to be a pitcher’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately for the Rockies, that somebody was wearing green and yellow.

Oakland starter Jarrod Parker delivered one of the finer performances seen at 20th and Blake this year, surrendering just three hits in seven innings as the A’s finished a sweep of the Rockies with an 8-2 win Thursday afternoon.

“He was terrific,” said Rockies manager Jim Tracy. “He pitched extremely well and we could do very little with it.”

The loss makes it eight straight for the Rockies, the longest such streak of their season. And things are going to only get harder, with trips to Detroit, Philadelphia and Texas coming up.

“Nobody likes losing,” said right fielder Michael Cuddyer. “Everybody is frustrated and angry, no doubt about that. But that doesn’t mean you quit. Sometimes you have to learn the hard way. We still have 90-plus games. The season is not going to stop for us.” READ MORE>>>

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