The Milwaukee Brewers suffered a 10-7 loss at Coors Field against the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.
Leading 6-1 going into the eighth inning, Brewer reliever Luis Perdomo could not register an out and gave up four runs on four hits before giving way to Peter Strzelecki, who ended up giving up the tying run during the five-run uprising.
In extra innings, the Brewers scored in the top half, only to see the Rockies walk it off with a three-run home run by Randal Grichuk.
The Brewers jumped to a three-run lead in the first inning on a monster 499-foot home run by Christian Yelich and a two-run dinger by Hunter Renfroe.
Brandon Woodruff took a no-decision despite pitching seven innings and allowing only two hits and one run. Taylor Rogers (3-7) took the loss for the Brewers allowing three-runs while recording just one out in the 10th inning.
Milwaukee now trails the St. Louis Cardinals by 8.5 games in the division and are three games behind both San Diego and Philadelphia for the final wildcard playoff spot in the National League.
The Brewers and Rockies play at 2:10 pm Wednesday in the rubber game of the three-game series.