Reds 7W: Standridge (1-0)

L: Miceli (0-1)

S: Weathers (5)Rockies 6

Wily Mo Pena doubled home the tying run in the eighth inning and Ray Olmedo followed with a pinch-hit double, rallying host Cincinnati.

Colorado blew four leads in a back-and-forth game between the NL's two worst teams and fell to 7-35 on the road -- worst in the majors. The Rockies have yet to win a series on the road.

ColoradoABRHBIBBSOAVGTotals37612625 -- Miles 2b411011.289LuGonzalez ss422200.292Helton 1b512100.286Atkins 3b500001.300Byrnes lf402211.250Mohr cf412000.197Sullivan cf100000.277Spilborghs rf402101.500Ardoin c300001.211Francis p211000.118Piedra ph100000.313Day p000000.125DeJean p000000---Garabito ph000000.309Miceli p000000---CincinnatiABRHBIBBSOAVGTotals3079766 -- FLopez ss511001.305Aurilia 2b212320.250Casey 1b200020.310Griffey Jr. cf411101.288Randa 3b400000.293Dunn lf221021.244WPena rf412201.279LaRue c311002.254Milton p100000.152Machado ph100000.000Coffey p000000.000JaCruz ph100000.217Belisle p000000.143Standridge p000000---Olmedo ph101100.563Mercker p000000---Weathers p000000---Colorado

000311100 -- 6120Cincinnati

00031102x -- 790 LOB: Colorado 9, Cincinnati 6. 2B: LuGonzalez 2 (15), Byrnes (1), FLopez (19), Dunn (19), WPena (13), LaRue (15), Olmedo (4). 3B: Mohr (3). HR: Griffey Jr. (19), off Francis; Aurilia (8), off Francis. RBI: LuGonzalez 2 (19), Helton (40), Byrnes 2 (2), Spilborghs (1), Aurilia 3 (34), Griffey Jr. (60), WPena 2 (34), Olmedo (2). SB: Byrnes (1). CS: Mohr (1). S: LaRue. GIDP: Ardoin, Casey.

DP: Colorado 2 (Helton, LuGonzalez and Helton), (Spilborghs and LuGonzalez); Cincinnati 1 (Randa, Aurilia and Casey).

ColoradoIP HRERBBSONPERAFrancis5 54435825.25Day1 11011236.57DeJean1 00020205.40Miceli, L1 32200134.35CincinnatiIP HRERBBSONPERAMilton5 74415946.93Coffey1 21100195.70Belisle1 11100174.08Standridge, W1 10000164.50MerckerB1000022.61Weathers, SC00010123.83 Inherited runners-scored: Weathers 1-0.

HBP: by Standridge (Garabito), by Belisle (LuGonzalez), by Coffey (Ardoin). PB: Ardoin.

T: 3:04. A: 28,951 (42,271).