5:17 PM EDT, Wed May 04, 2016
Colorado Rockies Rumors & News
Denver Post 58 mins ago
Denver Post Rockies reporter Patrick Saunders responds to your questions in the Rockies Mailbag. In this installment, Patrick takes six Q's, including one about Tim Lincecum.
Denver Post 16 hours ago
Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver once said, "Momentum is the next day's starting pitcher." And for almost four innings Tuesday night, the Rockies were riding a tidal wave of momentum with right-hander Eddie Butler on the mound.
Denver Post 17 hours ago
Estevez impresses weiss with "poise"SAN DIEGO — Every once in a while, Carlos Estevez likes to "bust 'em up," as he puts it.
Denver Post 19 hours ago
SAN DIEGO — When it comes to starting pitching, the gap between the Rockies' home and road performance looks like the Grand Canyon.
Denver Post 23 hours ago
First baseman Mark Reynolds (12) of the Colorado Rockies tags out David Freese (23) Pittsburgh Pirates on a fielder's choice during the third inning on a ball off the bat of Starling Marte at
Denver Post May 3, 2016
SAN DIEGO — Jon Gray has to be wondering what he did to tick off the baseball gods.
The last time Eddie Butler started a game for the Rockies, he left the mound shaking his head.
SAN DIEGO — One month into his major-league career, Trevor Story finds himself in the company of legends Joe DiMaggio and Albert Pujols.
Trevor Story of the Rockies hits a two-run triple in the ninth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on April 30.
The Rockies have seen it happen too many times in recent years. They head to the late innings clinging to a lead, only to see it evaporate in a rush of walks, singles and homers.
A year ago at this time, the Rockies were quickly sliding toward oblivion. After 24 games, they were 11-13 and in fourth place in the National League West, already five games out.
Add some quality, clutch pitching to the formula and the Rockies become a relevant, even dangerous team.
Rockies rookie shortstop Trevor Story set an MLB rookie record with 10 home runs in April.
Denver Post Apr 28, 2016
Walt Weiss, braving a 38-degree chill in shorts and sneakers in his dugout, looked out at a tarp-covered Coors Field on Thursday morning and said what Rockies fans may have been thinking.
Denver Post Apr 28, 2016
Home sweet home.Not.Despite a furious rally that erased a seven-run deficit, the Rockies lost 9-8 in 12 innings to Pittsburgh Wednesday night at chilly Coors Field.