San Francisco Giants The Colorado Rockies upset the San Francisco Giants 5-3 on Tuesday night, with Joe leading off with a home

run and pinch-hitter Charlie Blackmon connecting for a three-run blast. Germán Márquez overcame a rough start to

win his first away game of the season, striking out seven batters in six innings. The Rockies ended a four-game losing

slide with two hits each from Yonathan Daza and Randal Grichuk. Joe hit a home run on Carlos Rodón's fifth pitch

but he had to wait to circle the bases. Joe's hit was first ruled a double and he was forced to halt at second base before

the judgement was overturned on replay.  Joe's on-base streak now stands at 33 games, the second-longest in baseball

and the longest by a Rockies player since DJ LeMahieu's 38-game stretch in 2016. Colorado tied the game at 3-2 in the

third inning, had a runner thrown out at the plate in the fourth, and then took the lead when Blackmon homered to

McCovey Cove. Jose Iglesias and Grichuk both singled off Zack Littell (1-2). Márquez (2-5) struggled through a 34-pitch

first inning, but rebounded to hold the Giants at bay for the next five innings. Márquez walked four batters while

allowing three runs and four hits in his first three games away from home. Rodón gave up four hits and two runs

in four innings, but he was pulled after throwing 98 pitches. The left-handed player.  For More Updates You can follow us