DENVER, May 26 (UPI) -- Todd Helton and Bobby Estalella combined to go four for six with five RBI and three runs scored Sunday as the Colorado Rockies completed a three-game sweep of the San Francisco Giants with their sixth straight win, 10-6.
With the Rockies trailing, 6-5, Larry Walker led off the bottom of the fifth with a single off starter Ryan Jensen (4-4) and moved up on a single by Helton. After Todd Zeile flied out, Todd Hollandsworth walked to load the bases before Estalella drove in Walker and Helton with a single to right-center field.
The Rockies, who swept San Diego earlier in the week, added a pair of insurance runs in the eighth for Jason Jennings (5-2) and have recorded consecutive sweeps of division opponents for the first time since 1996.
Colorado improved to 16-3 at home with their fourth sweep at Coors Field. It is 20-8 since manager Clint Hurdle replaced Buddy Bell.
The Rockies jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning behind an RBI single by Juan Uribe and a two-run double by Helton.
San Francisco responded with a run in the second and five in the third. After Jeff Kent's two-out infield hit forged a 3-3 tie, J.T. Snow rapped a two-run double and Reggie Sanders delivered an RBI single to open a brief three-run advantage.
The Rockies got within 6-5 in the bottom of the frame on a two-out solo shot by Helton, his 13th, and a run-scoring double by Hollandsworth.
Helton and Estalella were 10 for 16 in the series.