SAN DIEGO - Colorado closer Rex Brothers has felt off in recent days. Chase Headley made him pay for it. Brothers gave up Headleys leadoff homer in the ninth inning to tie the game and pinch-hitter Jesus Guzman then singled in the winning run, lifting the San Diego Padres to a 4-3 victory over the Rockies on Friday night. "You make bad pitches, you get beat in this league," Brothers said. "I dont know if I made a single (good) pitch." Brothers (2-1) fell behind 2-0, then grooved a fastball that Headley hit off the facing of the third deck of the brick Western Metal Supply Co. building in left field to tie the game at 3-all for his 10th homer. "Hes a guy you dont want to get deep in the count with," Headley said. "I could afford to look for (a fastball). 2-0, youre looking for a fastball, middle in and fortunately, he threw it there." Guzmans single with the bases loaded and one out, went over third base and scored Kyle Blanks with the winning run. "I havent felt as good of late," Brothers said. "But you go through swings like that." Brothers, who has two blown saves in 17 chances, came in with a 1.52 ERA, fourth-lowest among NL relievers. Huston Street (2-4) got the win despite allowing a home run in the ninth. Blanks followed Headleys homer with a walk and Alexi Amarista reached on a bunt single. Ronny Cedeno sacrificed the runners and Nick Hundley was walked intentionally to load the bases for Guzman. Todd Helton had given the Rockies a 3-2 lead in the ninth with a leadoff homer on Streets first pitch. Heltons 13th homer was the first run allowed by Street in 20 1-3 innings. It was Heltons second homer in as many games and gives him 31 ninth-inning career home runs. San Diegos Will Venable continued his hot streak with a leadoff homer in the first. It extended Venables career best mark to 21 homers and established a Petco Park record for most homers (15) in the 10-year-old downtown ballpark. Rockies centre fielder Dexter Fowler left the game in the sixth inning when he reaggravated a left knee injury. Fowler appeared to hurt the knee when he stole second base in the fifth inning. Colorados Juan Nicasio allowed two runs — one earned — and four hits over six innings. The right-hander struck out seven and walked two. After Venables homer in the first and a triple by Chris Denorfia, Nicasio retired 13 consecutive batters until the Padres loaded the bases with one out in the fifth on two singles and a walk. Nicasio escaped trouble by getting Venable to ground into a double play. Padres rookie Burch Smith allowed two runs and three hits in the first inning. He gave up one more hit over his five innings. Smith became the first pitcher in major league history to strike out 18 or more in his first four career starts despite throwing less than 13 innings. The right-hander came in with a 0-1 record and ERA of 18.41 in his first three starts covering 7 1-3 innings. Colorado struck for two runs in the first. Fowler led off with a double, DJ LeMahieu followed with an infield single and Troy Tulowitzki doubled to score one run. Michael Cuddyer grounded out to score the second run. San Diego tied it at 2-all in the sixth after Denorfia drew a leadoff walk. Jedd Gyorko then hit a slow roller to third base that LeMahieu fielded and threw out the rookie. Denorfia kept going to third and first baseman Heltons throw went high over third base and bounced against the fence in foul territory. Catcher Wilin Rosario, backing up the throw, slid to pick up the ball, and from his knees, fired the ball to Nicasio. But Denorfia slide wide to avoid the tag and just got his hand on the corner of the plate. NOTES: Rockies RHP Roy Oswalt, activated off the 15-day DL on Friday, will be "piggybacked" behind RHP starter Chad Bettis on Sunday. Oswalt is 0-4 with a 7.64 ERA in four starts. ... 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"If it doesnt, youre the dumbest guy in the stadium. I was the dumbest guy in the stadium." Ackleys single to right on a 2-2 count scored Seager. Ackley is 5 for 10 off Jason Vargas (7-3), who took the loss. "He (Yost) just asked me if I could get him, and I said, yeah, Vargas said. "There wasnt a whole lot more than that. I felt fine, I felt great in the ninth inning. Just a little bit of bad luck got us and I think we all know what happened after that." It was 91 degrees and humid for the first pitch, but Vargas did not use that as an excuse. "I mean, its hot," Vargas said. "I dont think theres any other way around it. I dont think you can feel sorry for yourself out there just because its hot. You know what you signed up for. You know what Kansas City summers are like." After retiring the first dozen Royals, Chris Young yielded a home run to Alex Gordon to leadoff the fifth to tie the score at 1. 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