Paul Goldschmidt homered and drove in three runs while extending his hitting streak to 14 games, Wade Miley pitched eight sharp innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks rolled to a 6-1 win over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night.
The Diamondbacks beat up the Rockies in the middle game of the series, getting a season-high 17 hits Tuesday night. They kept swinging and connecting in the finale, scoring five runs the first three innings off Josh Outman (0-2) on their way to 11 more hits.
Goldschmidt hit a pair of run-scoring doubles off Outman and a leadoff homer to right in the seventh inning, giving Miley (7-2) more than enough support in Arizona's fourth win in five games.
The Rockies opened the series with a shutout victory and left the desert with a whimper, outscored 16-1 the final two games while striking out 23 times.
Miley had a lot to do with their struggles at the plate Wednesday night.
The left-hander entered Wednesday's game leading all rookies with six wins, an ERA o...