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Wilin Rosario had three hits to support Tyler Chatwood, and the Colorado Rockies beat a San Diego Padres split squad 6-3 Wednesday.
First baseman Jordan Pacheco and third baseman Chris Nelson each had two RBIs for Colorado.
Chatwood, a contender for No. 5 spot in the rotation, gave up two runs on five hits in three innings.
Colorado Closer Rafael Betancourt made his spring debut with a scoreless eighth inning.
Sean O'Sullivan made his second start and gave up one run and two walks in three innings.
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera, the team's leadoff hitter, had two hits and scored twice.
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