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MLB: Philadelphia 12, Colorado 4

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 13 (UPI) -- Chase Utley hit his 19th homer of the season Thursday night as the Philadelphia Phillies trounced Colorado, 12-4.

MLB: Kansas City 10, Colorado 5 (12)

DENVER, May 20 (UPI) -- Winner Joel Peralta hit a two-run double in the 12th inning Sunday and Kansas City went on to beat Colorado 10-5.

MLB: St. Louis 9, Colorado 2

ST. LOUIS, May 9 (UPI) -- Scott Speizio scored twice and drove in two runs Wednesday to help St. Louis trounce Colorado 9-2.

MLB: Colorado 4, San Diego 3

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 27 (UPI) -- Luis Gonzalez went 2-for-5 with two RBI as Colorado edged San Diego, 4-3, Friday in Petco Park.

MLB: Los Angeles 8, Colorado 3

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24 (UPI) -- Jeff Weaver pitched eight-plus solid innings and had career highs with three hits and three RBI to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers past the Colorado Rockies, 8-3.

Texas 8, Stanford 7

OMAHA, June 17 (UPI) -- J.D. Reininger homered and drove in four runs Monday night to lead Texas to an 8-7 triumph over Stanford in a winner's bracket contest at the College World Seri

Stanford, Texas win in CWS

OMAHA, June 15 (UPI) -- Justin Simmons pitched effectively into the eighth inning Saturday night and Dustin Majewski had a run-scoring double in the eighth as Texas overcame four error
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Omar Quintanilla
Oakland Athletics runner Nick Swisher (R) tries to stop double play by Colorado Rockies shortstop Omar Quintanilla (L) in the third inning at Coors Field in Denver June 20, 2006. Quintanilla made the throw to first to double up Athletics Mark Kotsay. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
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Omar Quintanilla (born October 24, 1981, in El Paso, Texas) is a Major League Baseball infielder playing for the Colorado Rockies.

He attended Socorro High School in El Paso, Texas, where he led the city of El Paso in home runs, RBI, and was elected to the Texas All-State shortstop. After graduating, he received a scholarship to the University of Texas, Austin, where he played second base, third base, and shortstop, and appeared in two national championship games, winning one.

He was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 1st round (33rd overall) of the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft. In 2003, he played for Low-A Vancouver and High-A Modesto, batting .358 in 40 games. He started 2004 with Modesto as the A's 7th ranked prospect and after hitting .315 received a late-season promotion to Double-A Midland. He began 2005 with Midland as the A's 8th ranked prospect and on July 15, he was traded along with outfielder Eric Byrnes to the Colorado Rockies for pitchers Joe Kennedy and Jay Witasick. The Rockies assigned him to Triple-A Colorado Springs and promoted him to the majors in late July. He made his debut on July 31 and went 1-3. In each of the next three seasons, Quintanilla began the season with Triple-A Colorado Springs and was promoted to the majors at least once each season. In limited at-bats, he had his highest batting average in 2008 at .238.

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