DENVER (AP) — Zach McKinstry hit a three-run tiebreaker home run in the tenth inning, lifting the Detroit Tigers past the Colorado Rockies 4-2.
With Jonathan Schoop in second as an autorunner, Eric Haase selected Pierce Johnson to put runners in the corners.
McKinstry followed up with his sixth homer, a 400-foot drive over the right center fence and into the Rockies bullpen.
Kris Bryant hit a double RBI single in the bottom half off Alex Lange, which shut out Ryan McMahon to send the Rockies to their first loss in three extra-inning games this season.
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