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Which Rockies pitcher is most likely to win the Cy Young Award in 2018?

Rockies news and links for February 8, 2018 Colorado Rockies: German Marquez a dark horse Cy Young candidate? | Rox PileIn a recent article at MLB.com, Richard Justice compiled a list of ten “dark horse” candidates to win the 2018 Cy Young Award. There are many intriguing names on the list, including one member of your Colorado Rockies: German Marquez. “The Rockies have so many talented...
Via Purple Row
12 days ago

Colorado Rockies: German Marquez a dark horse Cy Young candidate?

When Richard Justice of MLB.com came up with his list of 10 dark horse Cy Young candidates for 2018, he tabbed a member of the Colorado Rockies rotation as a possibility. While that may come as a surprise, it may be more of a surprise...
Via Roxpile
13 days ago

Marquez hoping to use changeup more in '18

Rockies right-hander German Marquez lives in San Felix, Venezuela, about a five-hour drive from the nearest Venezuelan Winter League team. So his 2017 rookie year -- an 11-7 record with a 4.39 ERA to earn a spot on the Topps MLB All-Star Rookie Team -- has made him an unquestioned local celeb.
Via mlb.com
November 29, 2017

Marquez on Topps MLB All-Star Rookie Team

Rockies right-handed pitcher German Marquez, who led Major League rookies in quality starts and tied for the lead in wins, was named to the Topps MLB All-Star Rookie Team on Tuesday, as announced on MLB Network.
Via mlb.com
November 07, 2017

2017's MLB All-Rookie Team

While the exploits of Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger have long since ended any speculation regarding Rookie of the Year honors, it does not mean that it was an otherwise underwhelming year for rookies around the game. To the contrary, 2017 could stand to be the launch year for many impressive careers down the road, especially if they stay true their debuts.Many noteworthy names ...
October 02, 2017  |  Discuss

Pirates' Cervelli blames Rockies catcher for incident

Francisco Cervelli says Colorado catcher Tony Wolters was looking for a fight, which helped spark a benches-clearing incident on Wednesday between the Pirates and Rockies.Cervelli was hit by a pitch from Rockies pitcher German Marquez in the bottom of the fifth inning with his team down 3-0. The Pittsburgh catcher was slow to make it up the line and exchanged words with Wolters,...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Rockies jump on Weaver, Cardinals lose 11-1

DENVER -- Nolan Arenado hit a grand slam, German Marquez pitched five solid innings for his first major league win and the Colorado Rockies slowed the St. Louis Cardinals' playoff chase with an 11-1 victory on Wednesday.The Cardinals entered the day tied with New York and San Francisco atop the NL wild-card standings. The Mets and Giants both played later.Arenado broke open the game...
Via Associated Press
September 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Arenado, Marquez lift Rockies to 11-1 win over Cardinals

DENVER (AP) Nolan Arenado hit a grand slam, German Marquez pitched five solid innings for his first major league win and the Colorado Rockies slowed the St. Louis Cardinals' playoff chase with an 11-1 victory on Wednesday. The Cardinals entered the day tied with New York and San Francisco atop the NL wild-card standings. The Mets and Giants both played later. Arenado broke open...
Via Associated Press
September 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Projecting the Prospects in the Dickerson/McGee Trade

In something of a curious trade, the Rockies flipped Corey Dickerson to the Rays for Jake McGee. Those two players were the headliners of the deal, but they weren’t the only two players involved. Also changing hands were third baseman Kevin Padlo and hard-throwing righty German Marquez, who head to the Rays and Rockies, respectively. Here’s what my fancy computer math says about...
Via Fangraphs
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

FG On Fox: Fastball Pitchers and Surviving Coors Field

I don’t much care for the move the Rockies made Thursday. I like Jake McGee just fine — he’s an excellent late-inning reliever — and maybe I could understand the trade under different circumstances. But the Rockies don’t actually project to be good, so it seems strange for them to add a reliever at the cost of an affordable, long-term outfielder. Not only that, but of the two prospects...
Via Fangraphs
January 29, 2016  |  Discuss
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