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The uncertainty provides charm. Spring training brings optimism. Then predictions create fools of all of us. The Washington Nationals aren't looking terribly sexy as a World Series pick. The Pirates have more wins than the Giants. And the Yankees' David Robertson has as many saves this month as Mariano Rivera? Really.
In a sport that is routinely hard to figure out one thing has followed suit this season. The Rockies crush Edinson Volquez. It's a pretty safe bet that he'd rather floss his teeth with barbed wire than pitch another game at Coors Field after getting soaked in a 14-2 loss Monday night.
The right-hander was an easy victim in the Rockies' fourth straight win as they try to cleanse the memory of their recent road trip. Even without all-star outfielder Michael Cuddyer available because of an illness even with Troy Tulowitzki knee deep in a slump Colorado ambushed Volquez.
By the sixth inning every Rockies starter including pitcher Jhoulys Chacin had a...
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Jhoulys Chacin has had a breakthrough season for the Rockies.Who would have ever thought this? The Colorado Rockies one of the best one-two punches at the top of their rotation in all of the National League.When Jorge De La Rosa has a good outing, it seems like it puts a charge into Jhoulys Chacin to go out and have a great game himself, then De La Rosa raises the bar a little higher...
Your browser does not support iframes. A fan at Tuesday night's Colorado Rockies game at Coors Field came home with a special souvenir when a foul ball landed directly in his beer. It happened in the sixth inning as Rockies batter Dexter Fowler hit the foul ball into the third base stands and it landed in his beer. The fan enjoyed the moment by chugging some beer with the...
Jeff Manship was asked to make another start for the Rockies.Jeff Manship was given an opportunity to pitch in an emergency situation last Thursday in New York. He pitched five decent innings, enough to give the Colorado Rockies confidence to let him get another start.Or was it because the Rockies had no option?Either way, the Rockies had Manship on the hill for his second start...
Chad Bettis #35 of the Colorado Rockies throws his first career MLB pitch against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field on August 1, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.
This MLB season has been filled with highs and lows for the 2013 Colorado Rockies, but being 13 games down from first in the weakest National League division with an All-Star and a starting pitcher on the disabled list sure sounds...
Nolan Arenado has shown to be dependable late for the Rockies.The Marlins and Brewers were too tough for the Colorado Rockies at home, but apparently the Pittsburgh Pirates, who flew into Denver with the best record in baseball, were no problem.On Sunday, rookie Chad Bettis took the mound for the first time at Coors Field. His first start in Atlanta was a nerve-filled event that...
Baseball in Colorado is coming to an end. The Colorado Rockies 2013 season is facing extinction. Sure the Rockies have six weeks left in their season, and yes, there is likely going to be a Todd Helton Night to send the future Hall of Famer into retirement the right way. But let’s face it. America’s pastime recedes into the shadows of football in September. The Broncos are...
Colorado Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario suffered a strained right hamstring during last night's game against the San Diego Padres, according to Ian McCue of MLB.com.
Rosario began experiencing discomfort in his hamstring during the first inning of yesterday's loss to the Padres. He was able to finish the contest, but the leg ailment was clearly hampering him late into...
It'll take something greater than stomach trouble, to keep Michael Cuddyer out of the lineup for too long. Despite suffering from the effects of a virus that had left him bedridden the day before, the veteran marched into manager Walt Weiss's office prior to Tuesday's game intent on playing.
Though he was only successfully in coaxing a pinch hitting appearance out...
Fans catch foul balls all the time. Some with gloves, some with their hats and some while holding babies. But there is nothing like the sight of a ball being caught in a cup of beer to fire up the crowd — especially when it happens at Coors Field. A place named after a brewery.
This Rockies fan used his cup of suds to to score a foul ball off the bat of Dexter Fowler then, after...
The Colorado Rockies stumbled home this weekend after a 1-9 road trip. After sweeping one of the best teams in baseball, they're feeling good again.
Nolan Arenado hit a go-ahead double in the seventh inning and the Rockies beat Pittsburgh 3-2 Sunday for a three-game sweep of the NL Central-leading Pirates.
The Pirates came to Coors Field this weekend with a five-game winning...
During Tuesday evening’s tilt between the San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, a fan made a nice catch of a foul ball off the bat of Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler by utilizing the only receptacle he had available: His beer cup. Via MLB.com: Nice sudsy souvenir, sir. The only appropriate thing […]The post Guy catches foul ball in beer at Padres-Rockies...
SDSN: San Diego Sporting News - San Diego,CA(SDSN)- Padres suffered their worst loss of the season in Denver Monday night, falling to the Rockies 14-2. The Rockies took the lead early...The post Rockies blowout the Padres 14-2 appeared first on SDSN: San Diego Sporting News.
Sweeping a series from one of the best teams in baseball has the Colorado Rockies gaining momentum.
Hosting the sputtering San Diego Padres could keep them rolling.
The Rockies look to continue their success against the Padres in the opener of this three-game series Monday night.
Colorado (55-64) and San Diego (53-64) are practically out of postseason contention barring an outstanding...