Rox relieved to get Blackmon back on field

The Colorado Rockies have their leadoff hitter and center-fielder back. Charlie Blackmon returned from the 15-day disabled list on Friday with two hits and a run scored.
14 hours ago

Jorge De La Rosa’s early struggles are concerning

Jorge De La Rosa has been arguably the greatest pitcher in Colorado Rockies history. While pitcher after pitcher gets chased out of Colorado, De La Rosa has stuck around longer than any other. He holds the franchise record for strikeouts and wins, and holds an astounding 49-18 record at Coors Field. Since his arrival to Colorado in 2008, De La Rosa has put up solid numbers years...
Via Today's Knuckleball
21 hours ago

Colorado Rockies: Four Things to Know About Friday’s Win

The Colorado Rockies started their 10-game road trip in fine fashion on Friday night, posting a 9-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. It was the second shutout of the season for the Rockies, joining the 2-0 decision on April 17 over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. Both of the Rockies shutouts […] Colorado Rockies: Four Things to Know About Friday’s Win...
Via Roxpile
21 hours ago

Kyle Freeland pitches second consecutive scoreless start

Prospect and farm report for April 29, 2016. Kyle Freeland, No. 8 PuRP, tossed seven scoreless innings for Double-A Hartford. In those seven innings, he allowed four hits, walked two batters, and struck out four. Freeland, who lost almost all of 2015 due to early season surgery, is off to an outstanding start in 2016. HIs ERA on the season fell to 0.87. Freeland hasn't allowed an...
Via Purple Row
23 hours ago

Remember when the Colorado Rockies were good a few weeks ago?

Listen to this week's episode of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast! Remember when the Colorado Rockies were over. 500 for two straight weeks of this baseball podcast? Hey, neither do we. The Rockies are coming off of a 1-5 homestand that saw bad starting pitching, bad relief pitching, bad umpiring, a pair of huge rallies that still ended in losses, and some gobsmacking frustration. So...
Via Purple Row
1 day ago

Trevor Story ties MLB rookie record for home runs in month

Trevor Story blasted his tenth home run in April and etched his way into the record books on Friday night. He went two-for-four at the plate, and one of those hits left the park in the fifth inning of the game at Chase Field. Story connected with a pitch from Robbie Ray and showed he’s not slowing down anytime soon. His tenth round-tripper in the month tied Jose Abreu’s MLB record...
Via The Sports Daily
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Rockies' Story ties rookie mark with 10th HR in April

PHOENIX (AP) Trevor Story is undoubtedly the story of the Colorado Rockies' first month of the season. The shortstop tied a major league rookie record with his 10th home run in April, a two-run shot that helped the Rockies cruise to a 9-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night. In hitting his 10th home run in 21 games, Story tied George Scott in 1966 as the fastest...
Via Associated Press
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Colorado Rockies: Blackmon Activated, Barnes Sent Down

One week after coming up with one of the biggest hits of the season for the Colorado Rockies, Brandon Barnes was sent to Triple-A Albuquerque to make room for Charlie Blackmon, who came off the 15-day disabled list after battling turf toe. Barnes was hitting .194 for the Rockies with three extra-base hits and four […] Colorado Rockies: Blackmon Activated, Barnes Sent Down - Rox...
Via Roxpile
1 day ago

Rockies reignite fierce debate over whether a hot dog is a sandwich

Is a hot dog a sandwich? It's a divisive topic, and on Wednesday the Colorado Rockies sparked a spirited debate on Twitter with one very well crafted and troll-ish tweet. Things quickly got very heated in the Rockies' mentions.Evidence that a hot dog is a sandwich: It's "meat" corralled by bread.Evidence that a hot dog is not a sandwich: It's a hot dog.
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

They’ve Adjusted to Trevor Story

They say you can’t predict baseball, but that’s nonsense. You can’t predict all of baseball, but you can definitely predict some of baseball. One of those predictions that any one of us could’ve made: There was no way Trevor Story was going to keep that up. It was so obvious that even saying it would’ve been empty. Pointless. The prediction was essentially implied by the...
Via Fangraphs
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The time NHRA team owner Alan Johnson almost went to NASCAR

Twice each year, the NHRA’s traveling horsepower show rolls into the Mecca of stock car racing at zMax Dragway, located on the hallowed grounds of Charlotte Motor Speedway.One of the best kept secrets in the drag racing pits focuses on howone of the most successful tuners ever to pick up a wrench 30 years ago almost went roundy-round racing.Alan Johnson, who has won six series...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Nolan Arenado Looks Like He’s Up to Something

We’ve gotten to see many sides of Nolan Arenado over the past two years. The maker of ridiculous defensive plays. The hitter of a multitude of home runs. The effusive trotter of the base paths. With regard to his plate discipline, however, Arenado hasn’t changed much since he got to the majors. To call him a “free swinger” doesn’t really do him justice: between 2014 and...
Via Fangraphs
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Don’t test the arm of Gerardo Parra; Jay Bruce tested it and failed

A huge key to being a big league outfielder is having a strong arm. Colorado Rockies outfielder Gerardo Parra showed his off Monday night in Cincinnati, and the Reds’ Jay Bruce was his latest victim. Bruce sent a ball into the gap in left-center in the fifth inning, and at worst, Bruce had a stand-up double. But the ball got away, and Parra seemed to have misplayed the ball off...
Via The Comeback
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Arrieta’s dominance reaching more historic levels

The “friendly confines” of Wrigley Field have been just that for Jake Arrieta. Conversely, facing the Cubs ace at the old park on the north side of Chicago is quite the unpleasant experience. On Saturday, it was the Colorado Rockies who were rudely greeted by the wrath of the 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner. Arrieta went eight shutout innings in a 6-2 Cubs victory — making...
Via The Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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