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(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 did before the injury.
There's certainly an opportunity with the Rockies, a team with a bevy of young arms but not much experience outside of Jeremy Guthrie and, should he make the team, Jamie Moyer.
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Colorado Rockies pitcher Joseph Torres has been suspended for 50 games under baseball's minor league drug program for a positive test for an amphetamine.
Torres is a former first-round draft pick who is on the roster of Triple-A Colorado Springs. Major League Baseball says Tuesday that Torres will serve the suspension at the start of the season.
The 29-year-old left-hander...
SCOTTSDALE — Jim Tracy’s contract extension brought congratulations and confusion this morning. Several players interviewed were pleased to learn this morning that the manager has a new “handshake” agreement, but were unsure what “indefinite” entailed.
“What does that mean? I have never heard of that,” reliever Matt Belise said. “But what it says to me is the confidence...
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.
Rafael Betancourt's role in the Rockies' bullpen this year is drastically changing. But the reliever is adamant his approach will not.
SCOTTSDALE — There’s a closeness to spring training that doesn’t exist in the regular season or arguably any professional sport. The players feel like they are constantly in arms reach. And they certainly are in full view of a flip-camera.
Monday, I filmed Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez, Todd Helton and Casey Blake taking cuts. I was roughly...
Jeremy Guthrie had plenty of new faces to meet as the Rockies got Spring Training under way, but his largest concern centered upon what he figured to be the most difficult thing about his transition to the new club: how to bunt.
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.
"Pitchers and catchers report." The phrase carries romantic notions of spring, green grass and faces blushing pink with optimism.
Colorado Rockies minor league pitcher Joseph Torres has been suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball for a violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.