How the game was won: After a rain delay lasting more than two hours in the bottom of the first inning forced Braves starter Alex Wood out of the game, the Rockies scored four runs in the first and second innings against reliever Jake Brigham and went on to a 5-3 in a series opener at Coors Field. The Braves' Jace Peterson had a two-run double in a three-run fifth inning, making him 8-for-12 in bases-loaded situations with four extra-base hits and 20 RBIs.
Number: 2. Pitches thrown by Wood before he left during the long rain delay. He became just the second major leaguer pitcher in six years to make a start without throwing a strike. The Royals' Danny Duffy threw one pitch in a September 2014 against the Yankees before leaving with an injury.
What's next: The Braves and Rockies play the second game of a four-game series, with Shelby Miller (5-4, 2.07 ERA) facing a Rockies starter to be determined. David Hale had been scheduled to start, but the Rockies used him Thursday after the extended first-inning rain delay. Hale left with a groin strain after pitching 1 2/3 innings.