- Associated Press - Friday, June 6, 2014

DENVER (AP) - Chris Owings has been in a little bit of an offensive funk. Leave it to hitting friendly Coors Field to snap him right out of it.

Leave it to this park to get the entire Arizona lineup revved up.

Owings, Paul Goldschmidt and Miguel Montero homered as the Diamondbacks reached double-digits against the Colorado Rockies again, completing a sweep with a 12-7 win Thursday night.

Arizona took all three games at Coors Field for the first time since April 2008. This series was quite an offensive display by the Diamondbacks, too, as they scored 32 runs and collected 48 hits over the three games.

“(This) happens every other week here, doesn’t it?” Bronson Arroyo said. “Doesn’t usually happen to those guys, though. We just happened to put all the runs on the board this time.”

Even Arroyo (5-4) pitched differently in this park. He went with fastballs 60 percent of the time - something the 37-year-old usually doesn’t do. But hey, this quirky park sometimes calls for an unorthodox approach.

“I threw an offbeat game,” said Arroyo, who allowed four runs and six hits in 6 1-3 innings.

The Rockies were once again off their game as they lost their seventh straight. It’s their longest skid since losing nine in a row late in the 2012 season.

“We come to play every single day,” said Troy Tulowitzki, who had a homer and a double. “It’s just not happening right now.

A night after the Diamondbacks put up 16 runs, they pounded Rockies starter Juan Nicasio (5-4). The right-hander struggled with his command, allowing a season-high seven runs in 5 1-3 innings.

Manager Walt Weiss called a team meeting before the game, just so he could check in with his team during this horrendous stretch. He said there are “no magic words in this game or magic words for success.”

Is this rock bottom?

“I don’t know,” Weiss said. “We have a game tomorrow. We’ll try to win a game tomorrow.”

The top five hitters in the Diamondbacks lineup - Gerardo Parra, Owings, Goldschmidt, Montero and Martin Prado - feasted on Rockies pitching, going a combined 13 for 24 with nine RBIs.

“I know we’ve got a good hitting ball club. I know that,” Montero said. “We showed it the last couple of games.”

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