The kings of the road continue to roll.

Riding some early offense, a solid performance from their bullpen and another miraculous gift from the baseball gods — this time in the form of a ninth-inning Corey Dickerson pratfall — the Milwaukee Brewers closed out a tremendous road trip with a wild 6-5 victory over the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on Sunday afternoon.

It was just the second sweep of the Rockies ever on their home field by the Brewers and their first since 2004. It also came as little surprise considering how well the team continues to do away from Miller Park.

The Brewers concluded their seven-game trip to Arizona and Colorado with a 6-1 record, upping their major-league-leading road record to 27-15. They're also a season-best 17 games over .500 at 47-30, tops in the National League, and just a half-game behind the Oakland A's for best overall record.

Had Dickerson not tripped and fell heading for home plate in that ninth, the Brewers might very well have headed back to Milwaukee on a sour note. But he did, making Wilin Rosario's home run one at-bat later moot when Francisco Rodriguez buckled down and got the final two outs.

"Man, I guess when things are going good, things are going good," said third baseman Aramis Ramirez, whose two-run homer in the second helped the Brewers to a 3-0 lead. "That guy don't fall, Rosario hits the homer, it's a tie ballgame.

"We'll take it any way we can."

Dickerson led off that ninth with a triple to right-center off Rodriguez that just missed going out. It caromed hard off the wall and rolled back toward the infield, with Carlos Gomez eventually running it down. He made a throw to third that tailed late and got past Ramirez.

The ball rolled to the front of Milwaukee's dugout. Rodriguez, who would have normally been backing up, wasn't able because he'd rolled his ankle after making the pitch. That left Ramirez to chase the ball down with Dickerson unsure of whether to stay at third or break for home.

Dickerson eventually started for the plate but didn't get far before falling on his face. He got up but was thrown out easily on Ramirez's throw to Jonathan Lucroy.