The Colorado Rockies, behind another lackluster effort from Tyler Anderson, fell prey to the Arizona Diamondbacks behind a bevy of long balls on Friday.
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McMahon, tasked with handling duties at both first and second base, was 5-for-25 on the year with two doubles in seven games.