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Edwar Cabrera, LHP Colorado | Placed on the 60-day disabled list in mid-February with shoulder impingement, Cabrera is now targeting an early June return to action (missed his original eligibility date). The 25-year old had a legit opportunity to earn a rotation spot out of spring training prior to the injury, this despite getting shelled in his two introductory big league starts in 2012: pitching in rough venues (Coors versus Washington and at Arizona) he allowed seven earned runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked seven, and 42.9% of his fly balls left the yard.
Cabrera and his trademark changeup wiped out the competition in his first four minor league campaigns, striking out 495 in 371 1/3 IP between the Dominican Summer League and Advanced A California. Last season he held opponents to a .195 BAA between AA Texas and AAA PCL and earned himself a Futures Game invite.
At 6’0 175 he doesn’t possess the prototype pitchers build or use his lower half to genera...
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Troy Tulowitzki simply can't stay healthy.The fact is, two runs won't do it on most nights.The Colorado Rockies got a great pitching performance on Tuesday night, which helped them win a 2-0 game. On Wednesday night, the offense once again only scored two runs. In most ballparks, two runs won't cut it. At Coors Field, the chances are that much more slim.The Rockies got...
Jorge De La Rosa was phenomenal on Tuesday.Jorge De La Rosa came into spring training as the biggest question mark for the Colorado Rockies in 2013.After a year-and-a-half recovery process from Tommy John surgery, coupled with De La Rosa's past issues with his own psyche, to come into 2013 leaning on De La Rosa as a dependable starting pitcher for the Rockies was one of the many...
The Colorado Rockies are holding shortstop Troy Tulowitzki out of the lineup because of soggy weather and not soreness in his legs.
Tulowitzki says he ran before the game Wednesday against the New York Yankees and his legs ''felt good.''
But given the damp conditions expected throughout the night the Rockies elected to play it safe and sit the All-Star out for a...
The new baseball season has been full of surprises, but none more shocking than how well the Colorado Rockies have started off the 2013 season. Colorado was picked by most experts to be in the bottom of the NL West Division, but they have proved them wrong with their strong start.
The main reason that the Rockies are playing terrific baseball is the play of their catcher Wilin Rosario...
The Colorado Rockies finished a three game series with a 3-1 loss to the New York Yankees. The game ended a six-game home stand in which the Rockies went just 2-4.In the series, the Rockies scored a total of five runs. The potent offense suddenly was shutdown, and it wasn't by the typical set of Yankees pitchers that have shutdown solid offenses for years. The only dominant Yankee...
Think you're a huge fan of the Colorado Rockies? You might want to rethink that when you see this epic photo of one diehard fan's mohawk.
Check out the photo of it which shows the Rockies logo on one side and the MLB logo on the other with the last name of Rockies slugger Troy Tulowitzki written into it:
(Courtesy of Holdout Sports)
First, let's start by saying Chipper Jones is an entertaining follow on Twitter. He watches a lot of baseball (mostly Braves games) and live tweets them often. Yesterday, he offered his assessment of Andrelton Simmons - the Braves' young shortstop.
Y'all are watching the best all around shortstop in the big leagues! Andrelton Simmons.
— Chipper Jones (@RealCJ10...
The Colorado Rockies held shortstop Troy Tulowitzki out of the lineup last night against the New York Mets, as the All-Star continues to deal with soreness in his left leg, according to The Associated Press.
Rockies trainer Keith Dugger told reporters that Tulowitzki is experiencing minor swelling in his left adductor, near the groin. It's close to the area that required...
The fine print in Roy Oswalt’s contract with the Rockies reflects the team’s desire for him to be a successful member of its starting rotation.
Oswalt, 35, signed a minor-league deal that will pay him $15,000 per month in the minors and a pro-rated portion of $2.3 million in the majors, according to a copy of the deal obtained by FOXSports.com.
The deal also a $400,000 bonus...