When discussing the Giants' performance on the field this year, head coach Gabe Kapler has frequently said, "That can't occur."

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On Friday night at Coors Field, the Colorado Rockies seemed to gain an extra second of unwelcome luck.

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Starting pitcher for the Monsters, Alex Wood, threw his glove out of sight in an outburst of disappointment after his team lost.

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Serven's single to focus was the fourth baserunner Wood had permitted in the inning. As a result of Randal's first-inning single,

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Grichuk, Elehuris Montero squashed a two-run homer to focus to give the Rockies a 2-0 lead. For Connor Joe, it was a chance to take a stroll

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With one out and Joe strolling, Serven got a hit up the middle, and Wood threw his glove at the ball.

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Wood flipped his glove over his head and caught the skipping ball before it touched down on the outfield grass.

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Los Angeles Dodgers, who lead the National League West, are 22 1/2 games ahead of them. They are 11-16.

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