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14-6, 1st in NL West

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Rockies snapped the Nationals' seven-game win streak and now own the best record in the NL. Charlie Blackmon hit the go-ahead homer and Mark Reynolds continues to rake as well. The man who once fanned 223 times in a season, has focused on more contact -- his K rate is down 15 percent from a few years ago -- and it's working with a .329 average and his sixth HR on Monday.

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Rockies end Nationals' win streak (0:32)
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Werth's biggest fan returns and earns souvenir (0:35)
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Blackmon's homer gives Rockies lead (0:21)
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Zimmerman puts the cherry on top with 2-run HR (0:18)
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Desmond takes BP with broken hand on mend

Colorado Rockies first baseman Ian Desmond had a productive workout Monday as he took 25 swings in the batting cage, ran the bases, fielded some grounders at first and shagged fly balls.

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How Bumgarner's injury shifts power in NL West (1:50)

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Rockies 3B Nolan Arenado notched his 66th career RBI against the Giants, his most versus any opponent. The next-most RBI against the Giants since the start of the 2013 season is 37, by Paul Goldschmidt and Matt Kemp.

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Parra gets just enough for 2-run blast (0:26)

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Trevor Story hit his first career grand slam and Charlie Blackmon lined an inside-the-park HR in the fourth inning of Friday's win over the Giants. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Rockies are the first team to hit a grand slam and inside-the-park HR in the same inning since the Red Sox in 2011. (Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

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Kurkjian on Bumgarner's injury: 'Really bad' (1:23)
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Vote: Who is the most clutch hitter in the game?

Jessica Mendoza, Aaron Boone and Buster Olney will make their picks for the most feared hitter during Sunday's Nationals-Mets game (ESPN, 8 p.m. ET).

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Kershaw on Anderson's stroll: 'Disrespectful'

Rockies pitcher Tyler Anderson took some extra time to complete his pregame warm-ups, a gesture that Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw called "disrespectful." Anderson said it was unintentional.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw was less than pleased he had to wait for Rockies starter Tyler Anderson to walk in from the bullpen before he could start Wednesday's game.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.599th
Quality Starts6Tied-26th
WHIP1.195th
BAA.23716th
Runs8016th
Batting Average.24114th
On Base Percentage.30521st
Slugging Percentage.4285th

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