With the Colorado Rockies down 9-3 against the St. Louis Cardinals heading into the ninth inning on Tuesday, the majority of the 32,922 fans found their way to the exits. There was no way the Rockies were coming back.
There was no way the Rockies could possibly win the game—except they did.
Colorado scored an amazing nine runs in the ninth inning. The rally included four straight hits and was capped off with a three-run walk off home run from none other than Seth Smith, known to Rockies fans as Mr. Late Night.
The fans that did stay made their voices heard. Chants of "Let's Go Rockies" echoed throughout Coors Field, even with the club down by six runs.
After Dexter Fowler hit a double off of the out-of-town scoreboard, suddenly it looked like anything could happen. After Brad Hawpe grounded out, Carlos Gonzalez hit a sharp single to right field, ...
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