When Chad Bettis pitches, the Rockies have a good chance of winning. After a win on Sunday to complete a series sweep of the San Diego Padres, Colorado improved to 15-3 over the right-hander’s last 18 starts. With the win, Bettis improved to 13-7 on the season.

The Rockies scored five runs in the fourth inning, including a two-run home run by Mark Reynolds and a two-RBI single by Carlos Gonzalez. That would be all the run support Bettis and the bullpen would need. Chris Rusin relieved Bettis after 5.1 innings to lead the way for Boone Logan and Adam Ottavino. The trio allowed no runs and just one hit with seven strikeouts to deliver the win for Bettis.

Colorado begins its second-to-last home series on Monday, a three-game set with St. Louis.