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Wednesday: Diamondbacks (Hector Ambriz) vs. Rockies (Jeff Francis), 1 p.m., Tucson Electric Park

Tuesday: White Sox 5, Rockies 2

Batting recap: The Rockies could muster just five hits in the loss to the White Sox.

Pitching recap: Franklin Morales had four strong innings before becoming unhinged in the fifth, when he allowed all four of his runs.

Morales, who’s fighting for a spot in the rotation, has allowed 14 earned runs in his last three outings.

Notable: Second baseman Marcus Giles said he thought he’d soon be released by Colorado or traded, so he headed back home to San Diego on Tuesday morning, waiting to hear word. Giles doesn’t want to go to the minor leagues.

Quotable: “I’m a little disappointed in (Ubaldo) Jimenez and Morales, that they’re not getting to the part in the ball game that we need them to get to,” pitching coach Bob Apodaca said before Morales’ outing. “I’m sure they’re disappointed.”

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