Rockies Fall To Dodgers, 8-2, Story Hurt

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Colorado Rockies pitcher Jon Gray (55) manager Bud Black (10) and leaves the game during the third inning of Monday's 8-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. (Photo: Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)

Losing to the Los Angeles Dodgers, 8-2, on Monday night was bad enough.

Now, the Colorado Rockies are hoping they didn't also lose shortstop Trevor Story for any significant amount of time.

Story left the game while batting in the fourth inning after aggravating an elbow problem that surfaced while making a throw in the first inning.

Starter Jon Gray simply did not have it on Monday night. Gray gave up six runs in two-plus innings as the Dodgers scored two runs in the first and then chased Gray in a four-run third inning.

Gray lasted two-plus innings and allowed six runs on seven hits.

The Rockies expect to have more information on Story's condition on Tuesday.

Keep it on KOA NewsRadio 850 AM and 94.1 FM for the latest.

Game two of the series features Kyle Freeland against Clayton Kershaw. Coverage starts at 7 p.m. MDT on KOA.

MORE ON THE ROCKIES LOSS HERE

The loss drops the Rockies back to second place in the N.L. West, a half-game behind L.A. The Rockies trail the Cardinals by a half-game in the race for the second N.L. Wild Card.

Updated N.L. West standings.

Updated N.L. Wild Card standings.

Postgame comments from Rockies shortstop Trevor Story.

 

Postgame comments from Rockies pitcher Jon Gray.

 

Postgame comments from Rockies manager Bud Black.

 
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