Colorado cooled off Josh Hamilton. The rest of the Texas Rangers were a different matter.
Frank Catalanotto hit a three-run homer and Nelson Cruz added a two-run shot, powering the Rangers to an 11-5 win over Colorado on Friday.
Hamilton entered with a .439 batting average and went 0-for-4 with an RBI.
Matt Harrison gave up two runs in five innings, bolstering his bid to make the back end of Texas' rotation.
Jason Marquis went five innings for the Rockies, yielding six runs and seven hits.
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