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Troy Tulowitzki homered for the 2nd time in as many days.The Colorado Rockies picked up their first win of 2013 with an 8-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night.The win came in the fashion that the Rockies are going to have to make routine in order for the season to be successful. Despite struggles from Jorge De La Rosa, the Rockies lineup continued to hit, piling up runs and giving the pitchers enough cushion to work with.Tuesday night gave the Rockies a glimpse of what they were missing from May 30th on in 2012. For the second consecutive day, Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez both deposited home runs deep into the seats. Tulowitzki's home run came in the 3rd inning, with Gonzalez's coming in the 5th inning.Tulowitzki's home run came after the Brewers had scratched across their second run of the game, giving them the lead. Gonzalez's home run answered a Ryan Braun home run to give Milwaukee a 4-2 lead that tied the game up.Despite Tulo's home r...
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Wilin Rosario launched his first home run of 2013.The Root Sports camera panned to Dante Bichette at the perfect time. The brand new Colorado Rockies hitting coach was laughing as he watched Dexter Fowler trot around the bases in the 9th inning.The Rockies centerfielder had just hit his second home run of the season, both off of Brewers closer John Axford. The solo shot, immediately...
Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez each homered for the second straight game, leading the Colorado Rockies over the Milwaukee Brewers 8-4 Tuesday night and giving Walt Weiss his first win as a major league manager.
Tulowitzki is off to quick start after missing the last four months of the 2012 season with an injured left groin that required surgery.
The All-Star shortstop went...
As the 2013 Major League Baseball season gets underway, we step off the diamond for a moment and into the financial records of each of the 30 teams in the league.
We are taking a look at the salaries each team has on its records as of April 1, a joke to some folks but Opening Day to fans and teams alike. Obviously, with trades, cuts, call-ups and whatever else these numbers are...
Tweet Carlos Gonzalez of the Colorado Rockies came into Wednesday tied for the Major League lead in home runs with two. He would’ve had his third, but Carlos Gomez had other ideas. Gomez inked a three-year, $24 million contract extension last month so Milwaukee Brewers fans can look forward to him patrolling center [...]
Juan Nicasio pitched six effective innings for his first victory in almost a year while Wilin Rosario, Michael Cuddyer and Dexter Fowler homered to lift the Colorado Rockies over the Milwaukee Brewers 7-3 on Wednesday night.
The Rockies took two of three under new manager Walt Weiss in the season-opening series at Miller Park.
Nicasio (1-0) allowed two runs and seven hits for his...
In the top of the sixth inning during last night's Rockies-Brewers game, Milwaukee center fielder Carlos Gomez made an amazing leaping catch at the center field wall to rob Colorado left fielder Carlos Gonzalez of a home run. It was an awesome catch that kept the Brewers' deficit at two runs for the timebeing, but ended up not meaning much in the grand scheme of things as...
The Milwaukee Brewers seem to bring out the best in Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki.
Off to a strong start after missing most of 2012 with a groin injury, Tulowitzki looks to help the Rockies to a series victory over the Brewers on Wednesday night at Miller Park.
Tulowitzki played 47 games in 2012 and missed the last four months of the season with an injury that required surgery...
MILWAUKEE -- Baseball can be bizarre. It can also be cruel. Tuesday night the seventh inning was both to the Milwaukee Brewers and left-hander Michael Gonzalez.
Making his debut with the Brewers, Gonzalez got hit with the loss by allowing three runs without recording an out in Milwaukee's 8-4 loss to Colorado. In a box score it looks like a rough outing, but all he had was rough...