The Rockies have set a franchise record for defeats during a dismal season, but at least they've guaranteed they won't hit the dubious 100-loss mark.
After a marathon victory in the series opener, the Rockies will look to carry over the momentum against the host Diamondbacks on Tuesday night.
The Rockies scored only a single run during a three-game sweep at the hands of the Dodgers over the weekend, but the lineup kicked it into gear late to beat the D-backs 7-5 in 13 innings Monday.
Wilin Rosario homered and Charlie Blackmon matched a career high with four hits for Colorado (63-97), which is assured not to finish with triple-digit losses in an otherwise extremely disappointing campaign.
"Nobody wants to lose 100 games in a season," said Chris Nelson, who went 3 for 6 and drove in Tyler Colvin with the go-ahead run in the final inning. "Now that that's over with we just want to finish the season strong.
"Guys are out there fighting for positions now. We have a lot of guys comin...