On June 16 2019 — The Padres and Rockies set a record for most combined runs in a four-game series with a total of 92, breaking the previous record of 88 set in 1929 between the Brooklyn Robins and Phillies. In today’s game, San Diego scores four times in the 9th off closer Wade Davis, the last run coming on a bases-loaded walk, to win 14 – 13 and salvage a split of the series played at Coors Field. For Colorado, Charlie Blackmon goes 15 for 24 over the four games, including four-hit games in the first three contests, and also hits 4 homers, scores 9 runs and drives in 10; for San Diego, Hunter Renfroe hits 5 homers, including 3 in the second game.


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