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Rockies prospect Eddie Butler leaves games with right shoulder fatigue

Rockies prospect Eddie Butler leaves games with right shoulder fatigue

MESA, ARIZ. — Rockies right-hander Eddie Butler, trying to make the starting rotation this spring, left Monday's game against the A's after just one inning with what the club called

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Denver Post Mar 28, 2015
Carlos Gonzalez's knee checks out OK; De La Rosa progressing slowly

Carlos Gonzalez's knee checks out OK; De La Rosa progressing slowly

arlos Gonzalez admitted he was scared for a moment Friday night when he felt pain surge in his surgically repaired left knee. But the Rockies' right fielder woke up Saturday morning feeling fine, and feeling confident that the knee will not be a major problem this season.
Denver Post Mar 28, 2015

Rockies' Gonzalez knee checks out OK; De La Rosa progressing slowly

SCOTTDALE, ARIZ. — Carlos Gonzalez admitted he was scared for a moment Friday night when he felt pain surge in his surgically repaired left knee.
Denver Post Mar 28, 2015
Kyle Kendrick

Kyle Kendrick "battles" James Shields in Rockies-Padres veteran preview

Kyle Kendrick. (Ben Margot, The Associated Press)PADRES 7, ROCKIES 5At Peoria StadiumPEORIA, Ariz.

Kyle Kendrick "battles" James Shields in Rockies-Padres veteran preview

Kyle Kendrick, the Rockies' $5.5 million arm, walked off in better shape than James Shields, San Diego's $75 million man in a Cactus League game.
Denver Post Mar 28, 2015
Concern about Colorado Rockies pitching control returns

Concern about Colorado Rockies pitching control returns

Rockies reliever Rex Brothers was cruising in the Cactus League until being hit with a reminder about '14.
Denver Post Mar 27, 2015
Carlos Gonzalez exits Rockies spring game with sore knee

Carlos Gonzalez exits Rockies spring game with sore knee

Carlos Gonzalez left Friday's game with a a sore left knee in the fourth inning, a worrisome setback for the Rockies' star right fielder.
Denver Post Mar 27, 2015
Top 9 difficult decisions facing the Rockies as spring winds down

Top 9 difficult decisions facing the Rockies as spring winds down

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Nine games in nine days remain on the Rockies' spring training schedule, including a trip to Hermosillo, Mexico, for the lucky half of a split-squad roster.
Denver Post Mar 27, 2015
Rafael Betancourt has right stuff to make Colorado Rockies roster

Rafael Betancourt has right stuff to make Colorado Rockies roster

Manager Walt Weiss' spring theme has been centered on the game "above the shoulders."
Denver Post Mar 27, 2015
Rockies' Brandon Barnes modifies batting swing in quest to be his

Rockies' Brandon Barnes modifies batting swing in quest to be his "best version"

Brandon Barnes throws himself around a baseball field like a rag doll — a very large, very fast, tattooed rag doll.

Chad Bettis, sent down on Sunday, makes statement vs. Rangers

Chad Bettis wasn't just flame thrower Thursday night against Texas, he was a pitcher. He threw showed fastball command and mixed in a confounding changeup.

Mets scouting Dodgers, Rockies' lefty relievers

VIERA, Fla. -- The New York Mets are actively scouting left-handed relievers from the Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers, according to ESPN.com's Mark Saxon. A Mets official told ESPN during the winter meetings that the club liked Rockies reliever Rex Brothers, who is earning $1.4 million this season and is under control through the 2017 season. Colorado also has left-handed reliever Boone Logan, although he is exceedingly pricey. Logan, a former Yankee, is due to earn $5.
Denver Post Mar 26, 2015
Colorado Rockies ranked as 8th least-valuable MLB team, per Forbes

Colorado Rockies ranked as 8th least-valuable MLB team, per Forbes

Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki, center, with Nolan Arenado, right, and Vinny Castilla during spring training.

Colorado Rockies ranked as 8th least-valuable MLB team, per Forbes

In Forbes' latest MLB team valuations, the Rockies' value and revenue increased significantly, but their standing among the 29 other MLB teams took a hit.
Denver Post Mar 26, 2015
Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau believes better days lie ahead

Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau believes better days lie ahead

Walt Weiss won't predict a second consecutive batting title for Morneau, but he believes the first baseman can provide even more firepower to an already potent lineup.

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  • 2 Drew Stubbs

    Drew Stubbs

    Rockies' Drew Stubbs searching for fix to soaring strikeout totals

  • 2 LaTroy Hawkins

    LaTroy Hawkins

    Eddie Butler hurt, LaTroy Hawkins rocked as A's pound Rockies

  • Jorge De La Rosa

    Jorge De La Rosa

    Jorge De La Rosa "pretty much shut down" in Rockies spring training

  • Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez

    Carlos Gonzalez's knee checks out OK; De La Rosa progressing slowly

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