Cubs Lose Lead and Game to Colorado

March 15, 2010 by  

The Chicago Cubs faced the Colorado Rockies in Tucson on Monday. The Cubs would start the game with one run in the first inning and another in the second to lead the Rockies by a score of two to nothing. In the third inning, the Rockies would be able to close the gap by driving in one run. In the fifth inning, the Rockies would take the lead.

Once they had taken the lead, Colorado would be able to put two more runs on the board in the seventh inning as a result of a two run shot by Troy Tulowitzki. Colorado wins at home as they defeat the Chicago Cubs by a score of two to five.

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