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Charlie Blackmon had three hits and drove in three runs for the Rockies, who prevented the Cardinals from taking over sole possession of first place in the NL Central. They remained tied with the Pittsburgh Pirates, who lost 2-0 to San Diego. "We are aware of where we are," St. Louis outfielder Matt Holliday said. Matt Carpenter and Matt Adams had two hits each for the Cardinals. Helton was playing in front of Colorado fans for the first time since he announced his plans to retire at the end of the season, his 17th. He went public Saturday when the Rockies were in Arizona, and Monday afternoon the team held a formal press conference. Helton talked about his future without baseball during the day, but he was all business during the game. He received a standing ovation when he came to the plate in the first, and Cardinals starter Lance Lynn stood behind the mound and waited as the crowd saluted Helton. The first baseman was given a loud ovation in each of his four plate appearances. His night started slow, but he had a big hit during the decisive rally. Troy Tulowitzki led off with a walk against reliever Trevor Rosenthal (2-4), and one out later Helton singled to centre to put runners at the corners. Wilin Rosario singled to give Colorado a 3-2 lead. "Todd had a huge hit. That was a huge hit in that inning," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. "I dont expect anything different. I think hes going to have a huge homestand." Helton was caught in a rundown between third and home for the second out, but Blackmon doubled to right to score Josh Rutledge from first to make it 4-2. Pinch-hitter Ryan Wheelers two-run single off John Axford gave the Rockies a 6-2 cushion. "I had a pitch that could have been a double play and it turned out to be a flare into right field," Axford said. The four-run eighth was a raree misstep by the Cardinals bullpen. Shoes NZ Nike. "Overall our bullpen has been very, very good," manager Mike Matheny said. "They will bounce back." Collin McHugh started for Colorado in place of lefty Jorge De La Rosa, who has a sore thumb on his pitching hand that forced him to miss his turn in the rotation. McHugh allowed one run and four hits, with the only damage coming on David Freeses RBI single in the fifth. He left after throwing 75 pitches in five innings. Lynn stuck around longer and got stronger as the game progressed. He scattered four hits through six innings and didnt let a runner past first after Tulowitzkis first-inning double before running into trouble in the seventh. After Lynn retired Helton in a nine-pitch at-bat, Rosario singled and moved to third on Rutledges bloop single to right. Left-hander Kevin Siegrist relieved Lynn, and Blackmon lined an RBI single over the pulled-in infield to give the Rockies a 2-1 lead. "He throws really hard so I was trying to catch up to a fastball," Blackmon said. "I knew that was going to be a tough at-bat, just trying to battle from the start and get a good swing on it." The Cardinals tied it in the eighth on Carpenters RBI double off Chad Bettis (1-3) that scored pinch-runner Pete Kozma from second. The Rockies took a 1-0 lead in the first on Tulowitzkis RBI double. NOTES: Rockies OF Carlos Gonzalez will see a hand specialist in Cleveland this week to see if he needs surgery on his injured right middle finger. "It looks like Im going to," Gonzalez said. "I think thats what is best for my finger right now. Im thinking about the future. I dont want to continue to deal with the same pain over and over. If thats what I have to do, Im going to do it." ... Adams has consecutive multihit games. ... Rockies 3B Nolan Arenado left in the second inning after aggravating an injury to his right thumb. ... The Rockies made a donation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund as the area recovers from devastating flooding. ... Carpenter extended his hitting streak to eight games. ' ' '

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