LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Colorado Rockies outlasted the L.A. Dodgers 7-4 on Matt Holliday's go-ahead RBI in the 14th inning. Holliday had been hitless in his first six at-bats before delivering his go-ahead RBI in the five-hour, six-minute marathon. Brad Hawpe added some insurance with a two-run single to make it 7-4.
Ryan Spilborghs opened the Rockies' rally in the 14th with a leadoff double. After a sacrifice and a walk, Holliday delivered his line drive single.
The victory moves the Astros past the Dodgers into third place in the NL West standings, seven games back of division-leading Arizona.
The Astros won after losing a golden opportunity to go ahead in the 11th inning. They loaded the bases with none out but failed to score. Kaz Matsui struck out and then Kory Sullivan ended the threat by hitting into a double play.