Go to Colorado and you expect runs by the tons. Humidor or not, the runs still pile up in the Mile High City.
Just not always, and particularly when Zack Greinke happens to be on the mound.
Greinke has been remarkably consistent this season, and he was back at it Thursday, pitching the Dodgers to a 3-2 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field that pushed them back atop the National League West by a half-game.
Juan Uribe’s RBI single in the ninth -- one of his three hits -- made Greinke and the Dodgers a winner.
Greinke had a poor outing in Kansas City on June 23, but otherwise has allowed more than three runs only twice in his other 17 starts.