Found February 25, 2012 on
The Rockies have seen plenty of Casey Blake over the last few years. It's just now that they're starting to get used to seeing him in purple and black.
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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.
Colorado Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler spent his offseason undergoing a physical transformation.
He worked out with teammates Jason Giambi and Troy Tulowitzki along with a trainer for two months in Las Vegas. Fowler worked on his explosiveness, lifted weights more and ate healthier.
He enters spring training 13 pounds heavier than a year ago, but he also lost 4 percent of...
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...
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SCOTTSDALE — The Rockies’ rotation will begin its American Idol-type auditions this week, attempting to narrow the candidates.
Close your eyes at the end of spring training and you can practically see pitching coach Bob Apodaca telling the top five, “You’re going to Houston.”
Five weeks from opening day, the competition begins in earnest, starting with Friday’s 6-to...
Helton appears to be back in businessSCOTTSDALE, ariz. — The baseball rocketed off Todd Helton's bat Saturday, inciting a big grin from Rockies hitting coach Carney Lansford.
It's been a tedious road back for Wilin Rosario, but the Rockies prospect said he's almost there.
Drew Pomeranz made four starts (2-1, 5.40 ERA) with the Rockies in his debut last season. But it was far from an ordinary debut.
It was a recurring image throughout the Rockies' first week of Spring Training. Troy Tulowitzki would take batting practice with the club's first group -- players like Todd Helton, Carlos Gonzalez, Michael Cuddyer and Jason Giambi -- but when other position players would retreat into the clubhouse afterward, he'd emerge to take grounders with the young, secondary group.
Five years before one became Tulo and 10 years before Linsanity, Troy Tulowitzki and Jeremy Lin squared off in high school hoops.
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.