7:29 PM EDT, Mon August 29, 2016
Colorado Rockies Rumors & News
Denver Post Aug 22, 2016
The Colorado Rockies have recalled right-handed reliever Carlos Estevez from Triple-A Albuquerque and placed right-hander Scott Oberg on the 15-day disabled list.
Denver Post Aug 21, 2016
When Jorge De La Rosa continued to send the Chicago Cubs back to the dugout in quick bursts Sunday, Nolan Arenado took notice.
Denver Post Aug 21, 2016
Arenado tied a career high with four hits and drove in six runs on his two mammoth blasts, propelling the Rockies to a 11-4 victory over the sloppy Chicago Cubs
After three scoreless innings, the Cubs pounced on him. He got the hook after Chicago third baseman Kris Bryant, the leading contender for the National League MVP, blasted a 469-foot three-run homer to center.
Last weekend, Blackmon swatted five home runs at Philadelphia, setting a franchise record for the most home runs in a three-game series.
The resilient Rockies stunned them with a two-run rally in the 11th inning off fireball reliever Aroldis Chapman to grab an improbable 7-6 victory.
The moving parts of the Rockies' bullpen resulted in the demotion of hard-throwing right-hander Carlos Estevez to Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday.
Seventeen years ago, Kibler was an 18-year-old prospect in his first season of professional baseball. After being drafted by the Rockies in the third round of the 1999 June draft, Kibler joined the Rockies’ farm team in the Arizona Rookie League and posted a 6-2 record and 2.55 ERA.
Right-hander Jeff Hoffman, the Rockies' top pitching prospect, is scheduled to make his major-league debut Saturday night against the Chicago Cubs.
Denver Post Aug 18, 2016
Slump is a relative term, especially when it refers to Nolan Arenado. After all, the Rockies' third baseman leads the National League with 97 RBIs and 30 home runs.
Jon Gray's line did not suggest progress: Four runs allowed on six hits over four innings. He needed 96 pitches (62 strikes) to get through his day, in part because a lot of his pitches were fouled off.
Stephen Strasburg, the powerful right-hander driving toward the front of the National League Cy Young race merely two weeks ago, came to Coors Field trying to get right. After beginning the season 15-1, the Nationals’ ace had surrendered 10 combined runs in his previous two starts heading into Wednesday’s rubber-match series finale against the Rockies. The […]
The dog days of summer continue at Coors Field as dog owners walk their canines around the warning track during Bark at the Park before the Colorado Rockies and Washington Nationals game in Denver on Aug. 16, 2016.
CSN Washington Aug 17, 2016
Postgame analysis of the Nats 6-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night at Coors Field.How it happened: Mention the names Giancarlo Stanton and
Rockies DJ LeMauieu, along with the other hitters on Tuesday night at Coors Field, helped the Colorado team snap a four-game losing streak over the Washington Nationals.
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