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Juan Nicasio said he's not the least bit scared about facing hitters again as the hard-throwing right-hander vies for a job in the Colorado Rockies' rotation this spring.
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What else can baseball fans do in January but dream of October? In You May Say I'm a Dreamer, the Outside Corner staff will imagine the route to a World Series in 2012 title for all 30 teams.
I always thought there would be some kind of magical turning point, when the Rockies went from a young and talented team on the verge of contending to bonafide World Series contenders...
(Eds: APNewsNow. ) Josh Outman hopes his pitching career finally blossoms with the Colorado Rockies.
The left-hander is fully recovered from ligament replacement surgery that cost him nearly two years.
Outman was traded to the Rockies, his third organization in four years, from the Oakland Athletics and he's convinced this will be the year he will be able to pitch the way he...
Nolan Arenado sees this Spring Training camp as an opportunity. If he takes advantage of it the way he's done others recently, he could find his way to Coors Field soon enough.
Casey Blake is 38, played just 63 games during an injury-marred 2011 season with the Dodgers and is 5½ months removed from neck surgery to relieve pressure on a pinched nerve.
Spring Training is upon us as pitchers and catchers have officially reported to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. That means it's time to get ready for the season with positional previews. Here's the outfield, where the Rockies added Michael Cuddyer this offseason.
Rafael Betancourt's role in the Rockies' bullpen this year is drastically changing. But the reliever is adamant his approach will not.
It's been a tedious road back for Wilin Rosario, but the Rockies prospect said he's almost there.
After becoming the latest Rockies player to be suspended, minor-league pitcher Joe Torres offered an explanation and apology following his positive drug test for amphetamines.
Don't look. Just listen. The ball sounds louder coming off Dexter Fowler's bat.
When Jason Giambi reported to spring training Thursday morning, a hugfest broke out in the Rockies' clubhouse.
Drew Pomeranz didn't have an ounce of magic in his left arm last season in a late-September game against Houston.
Jason Giambi is at peace with his role with the club -- a reserve first baseman and the go-to guy in late-inning pinch-hit situations -- and understands his value. The Rockies get it, too.