7:08 AM EDT, Wed July 30, 2014

Neil Ramirez goes on DL with sore triceps

CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs are placing recently demoted reliever Neil Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list with a sore right triceps, the team announced Tuesday. “All year we’ve been talking about giving these guys a rest,” general manager Jed Hoyer explained before the Cubs played the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night. “That was the intention, to give him a rest. We’ve tried our hardest to be careful with him, as far as getting him up and down and (pitching) back-to-back days.
Denver Post 12 hours ago
Rockies activate Justin Morneau, Boone Logan from DL, recall Cristhian Adames

Rockies activate Justin Morneau, Boone Logan from DL, recall Cristhian Adames

The Rockies activated infielder Justin Morneau and left-handed pitcher Boone Logan on Tuesday from the 15-day disabled list, the team announced.
Rotoworld 14 hours ago

Rockies activate Morneau from disabled list - Justin Morneau (1B) Colorado Rockies

Rockies activated 1B Justin Morneau from the 15-day disabled list.
Rotoworld 6 hours ago

Rockies to hang on to LaTroy Hawkins - LaTroy Hawkins (R) Colorado Rockies

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Rockies are expected to hang on to LaTroy Hawkins.

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Denver Post 4 hours ago
Rockies fall to Cubs in 16 innings; longest game in team history

Rockies fall to Cubs in 16 innings; longest game in team history

The Rockies and the Cubs, the two teams with the worst records in the National League, played a 16-inning, 6-hour, 27-minute marathon that began Tuesday night and finished in the wee hours of Wednesday morning at Wrigley Field.

Rapid Reaction: Cubs 4, Rockies 3, (F/16)

CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 in 16 innings on Tuesday night. Here’s a quick look at a long game: How it happened: Starlin Castro drove home catcher-turned-relief pitcher John Baker with a sacrifice fly in the 16th to end the longest game in the histories of the Cubs and Rockies. Baker pitched the 16th inning to earn the win after the Cubs used eight pitchers, including starter Edwin Jackson, who lasted just four innings.
Denver Post 5 hours ago
Boone Logan is healthy, rested and ready to go

Boone Logan is healthy, rested and ready to go

Logan healthy, rested and ready CHICAGO — Now, maybe, finally, lefty Boone Logan is ready for his Rockies close-up.
Denver Post Jul 29, 2014
Look for Jorge De La Rosa and Brett Anderson to stay put

Look for Jorge De La Rosa and Brett Anderson to stay put

Left-handers Jorge De La Rosa and Brett Anderson are the Rockies' two best pitchers, and are scheduled to be their highest-paid pitchers in 2015. Plus, the Rockies have already dropped out of contention.
Denver Post Jul 28, 2014
Rockies open road trip with loss to Cubs at Wrigley Field

Rockies open road trip with loss to Cubs at Wrigley Field

Colorado's record is now 43-62, with the Cubs a half-game better at 43-61. The Rockies have lost seven straight on the road.

Rapid Reaction: Cubs 4, Rockies 1

CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 4-1 on Monday night. Here’s a quick look at the game. How it happened: The Cubs got on the board first, as a single by Emilio Bonifacio and a double by Arismendy Alcantara in the fourth inning were followed by an RBI groundout by Anthony Rizzo and a sacrifice fly by Justin Ruggiano. The Rockies cut the lead in half when Nolan Arenado drove in Charlie Blackmon with a single in the sixth, but Cubs starter Tsuyoshi Wada worked out of the jam without further damage.

Rockies talk about Tulowitzki's trip to Yankee Stadium to watch Jeter

Troy Tulowitzki says there was no covert message in his public appearance Sunday in the Bronx to watch his idol, Derek Jeter, play at Yankees Stadium.
Denver Post Jul 28, 2014
Rockies catcher Michael McKenry looks back a year at tough injury

Rockies catcher Michael McKenry looks back a year at tough injury

Michael McKenry walked up to bat against the Pirates last week under hearty applause from Pittsburgh fans. A few moments later, after he homered deep down the left-field line, he crossed the plate to heavy groans.

Hall of Fame induction speeches from Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas

The 2014 Hall of Fame class is among the best is recent history. The players who were inducted are Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas. The managers in this years class included Bobby Cox and Tony LaRussa.
Denver Post Jul 27, 2014
Rockies winning streak snapped with loss to Pirates

Rockies winning streak snapped with loss to Pirates

Franklin Morales, a converted middle reliever starting for the Rockies while they wait for injuries to subside, struggled. He gave up six hits and two runs, and walked five, over just four innings.
Beaver County Times Jul 27, 2014
Harrison's 4 hits leads Pirates past Rockies, 7-5

Harrison's 4 hits leads Pirates past Rockies, 7-5

DENVER — Josh Harrison had four hits, including a tiebreaking homer, to help the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Colorado Rockies 7-5 on Sunday.
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 27, 2014
Oops. Colorado Rockies distribute misspelled Troy Tulowitzki jerseys, promise to make it right

Oops. Colorado Rockies distribute misspelled Troy Tulowitzki jerseys, promise to make it right

Rockies fans can soon exchange misspelled jerseys for a corrected one and they'll each get a free ticket for a future game.

Rockies Player News

  • 2 Boone Logan

    Boone Logan

    Boone Logan is healthy, rested and ready to go

  • 1 Troy Tulowitzki

    Troy Tulowitzki

    MLB Trade Rumors: Are Mets more interested in Carlos Gonzalez than Troy Tulowitzki?

  • 1 Justin Morneau

    Justin Morneau

    Justin Morneau placed on DL by Rockies; Ben Paulsen to make MLB debut

  • 1 Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez injures ankle, scratched from Rockies lineup

  • 1 Brett Anderson

    Brett Anderson

    Jed Hoyer expects some Cubs trade activity

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