Aug 29, 2010 8:03 PM by Jordan Mason

Fowler has two triples for Rockies in 10-5 win

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DENVER (AP) - Dexter Fowler hit two triples to set a Colorado record and had three RBIs, Carlos Gonzalez homered twice and drove in four runs and the Rockies beat Los Angeles 10-5 for their first series win over the Dodgers in two years.


Jason Hammel (9-7) hung on for his first win in four starts since Aug. 6. Fowler has 12 triples this year, the most in a season by a Rockies player.


Dodgers pinch-hitter Manny Ramirez argued a called first-pitch strike and was ejected in the sixth inning.


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