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CINCINNATI, Ohio -- Home run? Double? Who knew? Not Troy Tulowitzki. The Rockies shortstop was running all-out when a fan grabbed his fly ball by the top of the wall in left field. The umpires initially ruled the fan had reached over the wall and awarded Tulowitzki a double. One minute later, they changed their minds. Tulowitzki wound up with a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Rockies held on for a 5-4 victory Tuesday night that ended their streak of six consecutive losses to the Cincinnati Reds. "I didnt really see him touch it," Tulowitzki said. "I was just running and wanted to make sure I made it to second base." The umpires needed only a minute to watch the video and see that the fan with a glove had caught the ball above the top of the wall. They overturned the initial fan-interference call and awarded Tulowitzki his 13th homer. "A big-time home run by a big-time player," Colorado manager Walt Weiss said. "It doesnt get any more clutch than that." Sam LeCure (1-1) retired the first two Rockies in the eighth before walking Carlos Gonzalez and going to a full count on Tulowitzki, who got the fastball he was expecting. Reds manager Dusty Baker went with LeCure instead of Jonathan Broxton in the eighth because he was already warming up and has pitched well lately. LeCure hadnt allowed a run since May 5. "As a reliever, the later youre in the game, the better," LeCure said. "Today just wasnt my day. Ive been throwing the ball well, and people kept reminding me of that, and I kept saying, Someday, its going to end. It didnt have to be today." Nobody was happier about the homer than reliever Edgmer Escalona, whose mental lapse gave the Reds a go-ahead run in the seventh. Escalona tried the third-to-first pickoff fake that was outlawed this season, resulting in a balk that gave the Reds a 4-3 lead. "I figured at some point this year, somebody was going to do that with the new rule," Weiss said. Josh Outman (2-0) fanned Joey Votto and Jay Bruce to end that rally. Rex Brothers pitched a perfect ninth for his second save. The left-hander is filling in as closer with Rafael Betancourt sidelined by a strained groin. The Rockies are 2-6 against the Reds over the last two seasons. Colorado pulled ahead 3-0 against Homer Bailey, but couldnt hold on. Juan Nicasio gave up three runs in six innings, with Ryan Hanigan driving in a pair. Bailey was coming off his worst start of the year. He lasted a season-low 3 2-3 innings during a 7-1 loss in Cleveland on Thursday, when he gave up seven runs with two outs in the fourth. The right-hander had another bad inning against the Rockies, who scored three times in the second. Jonathan Herrera doubled home two runs, and Dexter Fowler singled home another run with two outs. Bailey then settled in, retiring the next 13 batters. Todd Frazier led the Reds comeback. He extended his hitting streak to five games with a double in the second and scored on Hanigans groundout. Frazier doubled again, driving home a run in the fourth, and came around on Hanigans double to tie it 3-all. Frazier, who finished third in NL Rookie of the Year voting last season, has pulled out of his slow start by batting .352 in his last 16 games. Michael Cuddyer singled and scored the Rockies first run, extending his hitting streak to eight games. Herrera finished with three hits. NOTES: The Rockies sent starter Tyler Chatwood back to Denver for an MRI on his sore right triceps, which forced him from a 3-0 loss to the Reds on Monday night in the fifth inning. Chatwood is expected to miss at least his next turn. A medical exam was encouraging. ... Reds 2B Brandon Phillips missed a third straight game with a bruised left forearm. He took batting practice and said the arm felt better. Hes expected back on Friday for the opening of a series against first-place St. Louis. ... Umpire Lance Barrett filled in for Kerwin Danley, who was hit on the facemask by a deflected pitch and left the game with a headache on Monday night. ... RHP Johnny Cueto (3-0) makes his fourth start since coming off the DL in the series finale on Wednesday. RHP Jon Garland (3-6) starts for the Rockies. Superstar NZ Cheap . Q: Team Canada announces their Olympic roster three weeks from today. Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. Cheap NMD NZ . -- Al Jefferson found a groove just in time for the Charlotte Bobcats. http://www.nmdshoesnz.com/ . -- Anaheim Ducks defenceman Luca Sbisa will be out at least six weeks with a torn tendon in his right hand. Stan Smith Sale NZ .C. -- Chris Thorburn thinks one of the reasons the Winnipeg Jets have been successful under new coach Paul Maurice is that theyre playing together as a team. Adidas X_Plr NZ . Already owning gold from competition in Vancouver in 2010, Loch posted a combined four-run time of 3:27.526. That included a track-record third run of 51.Toronto - Back for its third year, the Toronto Argonauts weekly radio show "Argos All Access" returns to the airwaves on TSN Radio 1050. The popular one-hour show will debut for its third straight season tonight, Monday, June 17 at 7:00 p.m. and cover all of the things Double Blue fans need to know about their reigning 100th Grey Cup champions. As has become tradition, Argonauts General Manager Jim Barker will be live in-studio to kickoff this season. Every Monday, fans can tune in on their radio or stream via TSN1050.ca to get all of their latest news, interviews and insights as this years Argonauts team travels the Road to the Repeat. This years shows will feature interviews with Argonauts players and coaches, more fan engagement via social media, text and email than ever before, as well as analysis from CFL on TSN insiders and other CFL Insiders who will talk Douuble Blue shop.dddddddddddd TSN Radio 1050 veteran broadcaster Mike Hogan will again host this years show and also returns this season as the voice of the Argos during live game broadcasts. The dynamic broadcast team of Hogan (play by play host) and former Argonauts lineman Sandy Annunziata (colour commentator) will again bring fans closer to the action game in and game out. With every 2013 regular season Double Blue game carried live, TSN Radio 1050 will again be the best destination for Argonauts football. The Argonauts host the Montreal Alouettes in a pre-season bout at home this Thursday, June 20 at 7:00 p.m. at Varsity Stadium. Torontos home opener is scheduled for Friday, June 28 at Rogers Centre and fans are reminded to arrive by 6:45 p.m. to witness the teams 100th Grey Cup Champions celebration including the unveiling of the championship banner. ' ' '

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