The Colorado Rockies put a cap on the road portion of their 2016 campaign, falling to the Giants 7-2 in San Francisco on Thursday.
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The Colorado Rockies dropped their fifth game in a row Tuesday night, a 12-3 blowout to the Giants, to open their final road series of the 2016 season.
Scully had the fortune of calling a classic pitcher's duel that ended with a walk-off home run to clinch a playoff spot as his final goodbye.
The Dodgers can now clinch the division with a win on Sunday, which will be legendary play-by-play announcer Vin Scully's final broadcast at Dodger Stadium.
Jon Gray allowed only three hits Friday night against the Dodgers while striking out 10. That only tells half the story, though.
Nolan Arenado maintained a one home run lead on Kris Bryant, who also homered Wednesday, with a grand slam in a big Rockies win.
In potentially his final start in a Rockies uniform, Jorge De La Rosa took the loss and did not survive the fifth inning.