Colorado Rockies history: the Rockies win in a slugfest against the Marlins
On the very first pitch of the game, Hanley Ramirez led of the game with a home run. Greg Reynolds walked Jeremy Hermida and hit Jorge Cantu. Two batters later, Mike Jacobs had an RBI double that scored Hermida. Two batters later, Matt Treanor hit a three-run home run to make it a 5-0 Marlins game. Alfredo Amezaga singled but Reynolds retired Scott Olsen, the pitcher and the ninth batter in the inning to retire the side.
In the bottom half of the inning, the Rockies chipped at the lead at Ryan Spilborghs led off with a double. Clint Barmes follwed with an RBI double to make it a 5-1 Marlins game. However, the Rockies were retired in order after that.
The Marlins came out swinging in the second inning Ramirez and Cantu each got singles. Josh Willingham followed Cantu with a ground-rule/fan-interference double that scored both runners to make it a 7-1 game. Reynolds walked Jacobs and that was the end of his evening.
Reynolds went 1 1/3 innings with seven hits, seven runs, and two walks allowed.
Cedrick Bowers replaced Reynolds (I know, who in the world is he?) and he did not allow any more damage in the inning.