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During a game between the Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants over the weekend, a dragonfly found itself right in the path of a pitch out of the hand of Rockies relief pitcher Wilton Lopez. Somehow, the insect used all its wings to swoop up and avoid becoming a smeary stain on the ball and [...]The post Watch a dragonfly elude a Wilton Lopez pitch in super-slow motion (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Colorado Rockies deserve their fair share of criticismIt's time for a little rant.When I started this blog, it was because I felt that I had different viewpoints on the Colorado Rockies than many of the people who were commenting on Denver Post articles, or in other forums on the internet. It was my way to express my viewpoints, and in-turn, give others like myself an avenue...
Many big league teams look on in envy of the Colorado Rockies outfield, and for good reason. The outfield is a young and talented group featuring Carlos Gonzalez and Dexter Fowler, and the resurrected Michael Cuddyer. The three headed monster that patrols the outfield in Coor’s Field boasts an impressive combined .310/.382/.556 batting line. They have also combined for 46 homeruns...
Roy Oswalt didn't look like the answer the Rockies were hoping for.It didn't take long to determine who was going to win on Tuesday night at Coors Field. The Colorado Rockies had the unenviable task of defeating Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers.It might not have been a fair matchup for his Coors Field debut, but Roy Oswalt got the call on the mound for the Rockies...
The National League West is a close division race with only three games separating the top and bottom teams. The Colorado Rockies have been trailing by only a couple of games for most of the 2013 season.
As the All-Star break approaches, Colorado’s pieces to a division win are aligning for what could result in a dominant showing throughout the second half of the season...
NEEDS SOME STICKUM
Your browser does not support iframes.Colorado Rockies star Carlos Gonzalez may have indulged in a huge bag of popcorn before Tuesday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.How else can you explain the fact that he lost the grip on his bat three times in the contest?Watch in the video above as his grip continually gets worst during each time. The first time isn't a huge deal...
Michael Cuddyer's scruffy beard keeps sprouting more and more gray. It's becoming quite scratchy, too.
The Colorado Rockies outfielder wants so badly to take a razor to the whiskers, but that will just have to wait.
For the moment, he doesn't want to change anything since he's in such a groove at the plate.
With his single in the eighth on Sunday, Cuddyer extended...
According to PITCH/fx, umpires weren’t giving Josh Outman the benefit of a doubt in 2011. If their called-strike data is accurate, only 65.3% of pitches the lefthander threw in the strike zone went in his favor. A remarkable 34.7% of would-be-strikes were called balls. He was among the most-squeezed pitchers in baseball that season.
Outman holds no grudges against umpires’ judgment...
The Colorado Rockies have a bonafide star in outfielder Carlos Gonzalez. The only problem is that some days he just loses his grip.
When the Rockies recently played the Dodgers, CarGo recently let it be known that he and his bat don’t always get along.
Check out this video.
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Colorado Rockies' outfielder Dexter Fowler, who injured his wrist last Tuesday while swinging in a game against the Boston Red Sox, was placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Wednesday.
As reported by Thomas Harding of MLB.com,
""His hand just wasn't feeling good enough to run him out there
tonight," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. "...