After six tidy innings, the game drifted toward mania. The first two-thirds of the night were relatively tame. Ross Stripling, who had been bothered by a minor toe injury, returned from a 10-day sojourn on the disabled list to pitch six innings, giving up one run. He matched the outing of Rockies starter Tyler Anderson, who limited the Dodgers to one run in six innings. From there, the game spiraled.