From the top of the third inning all the through the top of the sixth inning, there were a few walks and two singles scattered between both sides but nothing came in the way of scoring.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Todd Helton singled on the first pitch of the inning and on the third pitch of the inning, Garrett Atkins singled as well. Brad Hawpe singled Helton in to make it 7-0 Rockies. The Rockies were retired 1-2-3 after Hawpe, though.
Jeff Kent led off the top of the seventh inning and he doubled. After a passed ball, Luis Gonzalez got Kent home on an infield groundout. Russell Martin followed with a walk and Andre Ethier hit a two-run home run to make it 7-3.
After that, Matt Herges came on in relief of Jimenez and on his first pitch, Andy LaRoche hit a solo home run to make it 7-4. However, Herges did not allow anything else.
Reliever Jon Meloan came on for the Dodgers in the bottom of the seventh and he hit Jamey Carroll, who came in for Kazuo Matsui earlier, with a pitch. Troy Tulowitzki followed with a two-run home run to make it 9-4 Rockies.
The scoring was complete for both sides as the Rockies would end up winning by a score of 9-4.
Ubaldo Jimenez got the win to make him 4-4 (he only made 15 total starts in the season). He went 6 1/3 innings only allowing five hits and three runs.
Derek Lowe got the loss as he dropped to 12-13. He went three innings allowing eight hits, six runs (all earned), and five walks.