ROCKIES RUMORS & GOSSIP

Weiss out to ensure LeMahieu's batting title

With the National League batting title in hand, DJ LeMahieu exited the Rockies' 4-1 win over the Brewers on Friday after the third inning. It will likely be the last time LeMahieu plays all season.
Via mlb.com
2 hours ago

Rockies Defeat Brewers 4-1 In Final 2016 Series Opener

Good Chad Bettis was in the house once again. The Colorado Rockies handled the Milwaukee Brewers in front of a packed Coors Field tonight by a score of 4-1. It was fireworks night at Coors Field, which meant a full house. Of course, neither the Rockies or the Brewers is playing for anything at this […] Rockies Defeat Brewers 4-1 In Final 2016 Series Opener - Rox Pile - Rox Pile...
Via Roxpile
3 hours ago

Colorado Rockies Beat Milwaukee Brewers 4-1

In this second to last game of the season, the Colorado Rockies don’t have much left to accomplish, except survive these last two games without further embarrassment, and work on improving the bullpen in the offseason. The batting title is DJ LeMahieu‘s to lose at this point with Daniel Murphy out for the rest of […] Colorado Rockies Beat Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 - Rox Pile -...
Via Roxpile
4 hours ago

Arenado hits 41st home run, Bettis tosses gem in 4-1 win

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Via BSN Denver
4 hours ago

Parra eyes return to form after disappointing '16

A couple nights ago in San Francisco, the Rockies' Gerardo Parra limp down the first-base line after a fly ball that ended a threat. Then he ripped off his batting helmet and tossed it to the sky.
Via mlb.com
6 hours ago

Rockies pitcher Tyler Anderson to miss final start with general arm soreness

Like many of the players in the Rockies clubhouse Friday, Tyler Anderson began shoveling the contents of his locker into large, white cardboard boxes. As the left-handed pitcher packed a pair of Oregon Ducks-themed Nike sneakers, roughly a dozen hats and other items into those boxes, he was also closing the chapter on his rookie season. Shortly after the clubhouse doors closed Friday...
Via The Denver Post
6 hours ago

Three Needs: Colorado Rockies

Before breaking down every team’s assets and needs in full detail, we’re looking at big-picture areas of concern for those clubs that weren’t really in contention down the stretch. Up now is a Rockies team that dabbled with a .500 record but ended up 11 games under (entering today) and buried in the NL West. The best way to describe the 2016 results, in most regards, is ...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
6 hours ago

BSN on Agfinity Sports Day: Dick Monfort’s intentions and Rockies word association

  In this week’s conversation between Brady Hull of Agfinity Sports Day 1310 KFKA Greeley and Drew Creasman, BSN Rockies managing editor, we play a bit of word association with various Colorado Rockies players and talk about the true intentions and more memorable moments of Dick Monfort. Of course, the guys make a few comparisons to how sports fans and comic book movie fans are...
Via BSN Denver
8 hours ago

Rockies scouting report: Modesto Nuts shortstop Emerson Jimenez

EMERSON JIMENEZ Organization: Colorado Rockies || 2016 club: Modesto Nuts (A-Adv.) Position: SS || Age: 21 || DOB: December 16, 1994 || Birthplace: Santo Domingo, DR Acquired: July 2011 (int’l free agent) || 2016 prospect rank: N/A 2016 stats: 96 games, 319 AB, .232/.269/.279/.548, 10 2B, 1 HR, 13 BB, 77 K, 28 SB Jimenez’s 2016 Emerson Jimenez earns his keep on the...
Via Today's Knuckleball
12 hours ago

Just My Take: The Walt Weiss-Colorado Rockies marriage needs to end

The Rockies’ marriage of convenience to Walt Weiss should head for divorce court. This week marked the 15th anniversary of my marriage to my lovely wife. 15 years seems like a long time for anything and like most relationships, they take a lot of work. But marriage is something you commit to and if it doesn’t go smoothly, you have to work at it to keep the relationship alive...
Via BSN Denver
13 hours ago

Rockies drop 2016 road finale in San Francisco

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The traveling portion of the Colorado Rockies’ 2016 campaign came to a disappointing end on Thursday as Jon Gray suffered his 10th loss on...
Via Mile High Sports
16 hours ago

Colorado Rockies to meet with Walt Weiss next week about future

Your news, notes and links for Friday, September 30. Walt Weiss to meet with Rockies after season | MLB.comWe won't have to wait long after the season finishes to find out the future of Walt Weiss. The two sides have a meeting planned for next week following the conclusion of the season. Neither side will indicate which way they are leaning at this point in time, but Bridich credited...
Via Purple Row
18 hours ago

Rockies, Nolan Arenado Have Yet To Discuss Extension

The Rockies have not yet approached star third baseman Nolan Arenado about a contract extension, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports in response to a reader inquiry. Both Arenado and his agent say that no talks have taken place about seasons beyond his current arbitration control. Certainly, there’s no rush to explore a new pact. Arenado, 25, just played out his Super...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
1 day ago

Brandon Belt wants to punch friend D.J. LeMahieu in the face

Brandon Belt isn’t thrilled with his buddy D.J. LeMahieu. The San Francisco Giants belted the Colorado Rockies 12-3 on Tuesday night, and the Giants’ long-time first baseman led the charge with three hits. Belt would have added another hit without an impressive stab and dive from his friend, Rockies second baseman LeMahieu. LeMahieu showed off his athleticism and length on...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Learning Something About David Dahl from One Swing

On Sunday evening, the Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Colorado Rockies in what was legendary announcer Vin Scully’s last home game at Dodger Stadium after 67 years of calling the team. The Dodgers won, in walk-off fashion, scoring in the ninth on a Corey Seager home run that tied the score at 3-3, and again in the 10th on a home run by Charlie Culberson that clinched the National...
Via Fangraphs
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies: The importance of David Dahl

David Dahl will not be the NL Rookie of the Year. In fact, he likely will not even for the best rookie for the Colorado Rockies this season. Of course, that is not his fault. Trevor Story took the league by storm this season and should be in the running for the ROY award even with an injury-shortened season. While Story started his career off with a flurry of home runs, Dahl started...
Via isportsweb.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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