7:22 PM EST, Fri December 02, 2016
Colorado Rockies Rumors & News
Denver Post Nov 30, 2016
The Colorado Rockies on Wednesday announced they have agreed to a one-year deal with pitcher Jordan Lyles, avoiding arbitration.
Denver Post Nov 29, 2016
As next week's baseball winter meetings approach, general manager Jeff Bridich is clearly excited about the Rockies' chances next year. He's confident he's built a better team than the one he inherited after the 2014 season.
Denver Post Nov 25, 2016
Imagine Mark Melancon coming out of the home bullpen at Coors Field next season. Should Rockies fans dare to dream?
Denver Post Nov 23, 2016
Will CarGo stay or will CarGo go? That's something I'm asked quite frequently from Rockies fans who are genuinely excited about the 2017 season.
Denver Post Nov 18, 2016
A wave of young Rockies pitchers received a big-league promotion Friday. The club announced that five minor leaguers were added to the club's 40-man roster.
Denver Post Nov 18, 2016
Denver Post Rockies reporter Patrick Saunders responds to your questions in the Rockies Mailbag. In this installment, Patrick takes 10 Q's, including one about the bullpen.
Denver Post Nov 16, 2016
The first big piece of new manager Bud Black's Rockies administration fell into place Wednesday.
Denver Post Nov 12, 2016
Since the Rockies hired Bud Black as their new manager last Monday, one of the things I've been asked most often by fans, friends and family is this: "Will Black be able to get along with the front office?"
Denver Post Nov 11, 2016
Harry Ralston "Bud" Black was a big deal in Longview, Wash., a timber town of 35,000 people about 45 miles north of Portland.
Denver Post Nov 10, 2016
How's this for a crazy twist of fate? Matt Holliday, the man whom Bud Black insists never touched home plate, hooking up with Black for the Rockies' 2017 season.
Denver Post Nov 8, 2016
After 24 seasons of unremarkable baseball devoid of expectations, dare we say it? The Rockies have finally started to act like a real big-league team instead of operating like your friendly neighborhood mom-and-pop store on Blake Street.
Rockies owner Dick Monfort did not take center stage Monday at Coors Field Monday as Bud Black was introduced as the team's new manager. As Black and general manager Jeff Bridich fielded questions, Monfort hung to the side, watching and listening.
Dressed smartly in a dark suit, white shirt and purple tie, Bud Black enthusiastically embraced his new job Monday at Coors Field.
Jeff Bridich didn't have to make much of an effort to gather outside input once he had identified Bud Black as a candidate to take over as manager for the Colorado Rockies.