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Jon Garland was the victim of bad defense on Sunday.It would be easy to take a series loss in San Francisco from a negative perspective.The Colorado Rockies had the San Francisco Giants on the ropes in all three games, but failed to capitalize in the final two contests, resulting in losses. Sunday's 7-3 loss was particularly hard to swallow considering the way the team lost on Saturday, then bounced back to score two runs in the 1st inning on Sunday, yet still lost.On Sunday, the issue was timely hitting. The Rockies forced Matt Cain into a corner in the 1st inning, walking Dexter Fowler and Nolan Arenado, then after a Carlos Gonzalez strike out, walked Troy Tulowitzki to load the bases. Michael Cuddyer drilled a two-run double to left field, giving the Rockies another early advantage.In the 2nd, Gonzalez once again struck out, this time with runners at second and third base and a chance to pour on the runs. CarGo wasn't the only one to blame, on the day, the Rockies went a ...
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