PITTSBURGH — Trevor Story drilled a three-run home run, German Marquez pitched six effective innings and the Colorado Rockies kept their road surge going Monday night with a 6-2 victory against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Story bounced back from a miserable series in Washington by going 2 for 3 and driving in three runs, all of them coming when he sent a pitch from Steven Brault into the bleachers in left field with one out in the fourth at frigid and blustery PNC Park to break open a close game.

Charlie Blackmon added his team-leading seventh home run of the season for Colorado. The Rockies have won 5 of 6 overall and are 8-2 in their last 10 games away from Coors Field.

Marquez (1-1) held the Pirates without a hit until a one-out triple by Francisco Cervelli in the fifth. He left after six innings, giving up two runs, two hits and two walks with six strikeouts.

BRAVES 2, PHILLIES 1: Julio Teheran outpitched Aaron Nola and Atlanta, at home, snapped Philadelphia’s six-game winning streak.

Teheran (1-1) allowed one run, five hits and three walks with nine strikeouts in six innings. He began the night 3-10 with a 6.20 ERA and 21 homers allowed in 19 starts at the Braves’ second-year stadium, but Teheran kept the Phillies guessing with a tough slider.

NATIONALS 8, METS 6: Bryce Harper hit a startling, broken-bat homer early, then grounded a key single during a six-run surge in the eighth inning as Washington won at New York.

The Nationals rallied against five pitchers in their big burst, winning for the fourth time in 13 games.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

YANKEES 12, MARLINS 1: Didi Gregorius homered twice for the second time this season, Gary Sanchez had three hits and three RBI, and New York romped at home.

Giancarlo Stanton of the Yankees went hitless in his first game against his former team.

RAYS 8, RANGERS 4: Mallex Smith had four hits and Blake Snell struck out nine at St. Petersburg, Florida, to help Tampa Bay stop a four-game losing streak.

NOTES

RAYS: Center fielder Kevin Kiermaier could be sidelined 2 to 3 months with a torn ligament in his right thumb that requires surgery.

YANKEES: Infielder Brandon Drury said he’s batted in big league games with blurred vision caused by migraines.

Outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury’s latest ailment is plantar fasciitis, preventing him from fully resuming baseball activities.

INDIANS: The team donated an additional $37,000 to aid hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico.

PIRATES: Pittsburgh placed second baseman Josh Harrison on the 10-day disabled list after he broke the pinky finger on his left hand for a second time in a year.