The slipper didn’t fit.
With rookie Michael Toglia cranking up the power and turning on the juice, the Rockies were primed for a late-season Cinderella story featuring a rookie cast Monday night at Coors Field.
But in the 10th inning, right-hander Gavin Hollowell, thrown into the breach in his big-league debut, gave up a two-out, three-run homer to Thairo Estrada as the Giants rallied for a 10-7 victory.
“That was baptism under fire, no doubt about it,” manager Bud Black said. “But as you guys know, we had a lot of (relievers) unavailable tonight to pitch.”
Hollowell said he wasn’t overwhelmed by the moment, even though he became the first reliever in franchise history to be charged with a loss in their major league debut.
“Those are the situations I like to be in —…
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