Dbacks rally back for 4-3 win over RockiesPosted: Updated:
DENVER (AP) -- Mark Reynolds hit a three-run homer and Felipe Lopez broke a tie game with an RBI single in the seventh, lifting the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 4-3 win over the Colorado Rockies yesterday.
It's the second game in a row that the Diamondbacks rallied late for the victory. It gives them their first series win since mid June at Kansas City.
Arizona's Dan Haren allowed three runs -- one earned -- before being taken out in the seventh for a pinch hitter. The three runs allowed were his most since May 23 at Oakland.
The right hander scattered seven hits and struck out six on the day he was named to his third straight All-Star team.
The Diamondbacks took the series, two games to one.
Arizona is back home tonight to open a three-game series against San Diego.