Darryl Kile has discovered that you can’t go home again, not that Denver ever really felt like home. In his return to Colorado, where he struggled for two years, Kile was pounded by the Rockies in a 12-6 Cardinal loss. Kile allowed eleven runs in just one and two-thirds innings. The Cardinals hit three home runs in the first inning, but the Rockies buried them with a 10 run second inning. Kile allowed eight hits. Jim Edmonds had one of the Cardinal homers, his fifth of the year, and Placido Polanco had four hits, including a homer. Pat Hentgen will pitch against the Rockies today.