Coors craziness: Colorado scored all of its runs in the first four innings of a 19-2 win over Arizona on Wednesday night, forcing Diamondbacks infielder Daniel Descalso to the mound in the fourth inning, the first position player to pitch that early in a game in 40 years. Descalso gave up three runs and four hits, including a 447-foot home run to a pitcher, Colorado starter German Marquez, in 2 2/3 innings. Descalso was just a warm-up act. Catcher Alex Avila followed Descalso to the mound and threw two scoreless innings. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only other time in the divisional era that a team got 14 or more outs from position players was on Aug. 29, 1979, when Milwaukee’s Sal Bando (nine), Jim Gantner (three) and Buck Martinez (three) got 15 outs in an 18-8 loss to Kansas City.