Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis opens up about his ongoing battle with cancer

Via FOX Sports
4 hours ago

Rockies' road trip is one of its most successful

Even with Thursday's 2-1, 11-inning loss to the Phillies, the Rockies matched the most successful 10-game road trip in club history with seven wins. Now they have to make home friendlier than it has been this season.
5 hours ago

Rockies road trip, by the numbers: Carlos Gonzalez ends his slump

How the Colorado Rockies fared on the season-long 10-game road trip they wrapped up Thursday at Philadelphia. Record: 7-3 It was only the fourth time in team history on a road trip of 10 or more games that the Rockies won seven games. Outscored opponents 62-34 In six games on this road trip (at Minnesota, Cincinnati and Philadelphia), Colorado scored at least seven runs. That’s...
Via The Denver Post
6 hours ago

Tyler Anderson’s strong outing not enough as Rockies fall in extras

Tyler Anderson put together arguably his best outing of the year, but it all went for naught. The Colorado Rockies dropped the series finale with the Phillies, 2-1, in extra innings Thursday. With the loss, Colorado concludes it’s season-long 10-game road trip at 7-3. It’s only the third time in club history they’ve finished 7-3 or better on a road trip. Anderson went seven...
Via Mile High Sports
7 hours ago

It’s been a while since baseball has seen a leadoff hitter like Charlie Blackmon

Colorado Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon is by and large the most dynamic leadoff man in baseball right now. He boasts the skill set of a traditional leadoff hitter whose job is to get on base to set the table for the rest of the order; however, Blackmon also has the ability to flip the switch and become a hitter with an abundance of power and the ability to drive in runs...
Via Mile High Sports
11 hours ago

Reliever Dunn trying to regain April form

Mike Dunn had the best ERA in the Rockies bullpen in April before he was sidelined with back spasms. Since he returned in the first week of May, the results have not been the same. He looks like a different pitcher.
11 hours ago

Lunch Special: Rockies live chat with Nick Groke

The Denver Post’s Rockies beat writer Nick Groke answers questions from readers about the Colorado Rockies.
Via The Denver Post
12 hours ago

The Colorado Rockies and Phillies are deceptively similar

It may not look like it from the current series between the Colorado Rockies and the Philadelphia Phillies, but these two franchises have more in common than you might think. (The Rockies outscored the Phillies 23-5 in the first three games of the series). While they may be trending in different directions at the moment, […] The Colorado Rockies and Phillies are deceptively similar...
Via Roxpile
13 hours ago

Colorado Rockies: A bandwagon fan’s guide to the 2017 season

Well hey there and welcome to the Colorado Rockies fan club. With the Rockies being one of the hottest teams in Major League Baseball and putting together an April and May like at no other time in franchise history, there are going to be plenty of people who suddenly have the urge to wear purple […] Colorado Rockies: A bandwagon fan’s guide to the 2017 season - Rox Pile - Rox...
Via Roxpile
17 hours ago

Chatwood finds his groove on the mound

Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood didn't want to stop at 99, and who could blame him?
23 hours ago

Chatwood flirts with no-hitter again, Rockies win 7-2 in Philly

  Do you all remember Jeremy Hellickson? Sure you do, he was that underachieving pitcher on the Diamondbacks a few years ago. Wait … you mean to tell me that doesn’t narrow it down? Color me shocked. It really doesn’t matter, anyways. Hellickson is not the same pitcher he was in Arizona. For starters, despite a 3.44 ERA, his K/9 going into tonight was 3.62. I assure you that...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago

Rockies pitchers are bunting better, and Charlie Blackmon is reaping the rewards

PHILADELPHIA — In the very recent past, laying down a sacrifice bunt was not a strength of Rockies pitchers. And that’s being kind. Watching former Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa attempt to advance runners would have been comical, had it not been so maddening. Things have changed this season. Entering Wednesday’s play, the Rockies led the National League with 15 sacrifice...
Via The Denver Post
1 day ago

Focus, discipline high for Rockies right now, says Bud Black

What’s the secret behind Colorado’s franchise-best 30-17 start under new manager Bud Black? Consistency, focus and discipline, according to the skipper. Not just talking about those attributes, but translating them to the field. “We’ve been consistent all year,” Black said after Tuesday night’s 8-2 victory over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. “I think that’s been...
Via Mile High Sports
1 day ago

Colorado Rockies: Best move may have been one that did not happen

Remember during the offseason when Charlie Blackmon was the subject of trade rumors that had the Colorado Rockies sending him to other teams? Remember when the Rockies thought they needed more pitching and were rumored to be willing to part with Blackmon in order to get it? Perhaps they were rumors as Colorado general manager […] Colorado Rockies: Best move may have been one that...
Via Roxpile
1 day ago

The three most surprising things for the Colorado Rockies in 2017

Entering the 2017 season, most people viewed the Colorado Rockies as a dark-horse National League wildcard team after finishing the 2016 with a 75-87 record, good enough with for a third place finish in the NL West, but in 2017, Colorado is off to a 29-17 start to their season, two games ahead of the Arizona Diamondbacks for first place in the division. With their fantastic start...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rockies activate Trevor Story, option Jeff Hoffman

Jeff Hoffman is back down to Triple-A despte a strong start on Monday. The Colorado Rockies on Tuesday reinstated shortstop Trevor Story from the 10-day disabled list, the club announced. As a corresponding move, starting pitcher Jeff Hoffman was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque. Story, who was placed on the DL on May 11 with a shoulder strain, had three hits in 11 at-bats spanning...
Via Purple Row
2 days ago

Colorado Rockies injury updates on Jon Gray, David Dahl and Trevor Story

The Rockies get ever closer to finally being healthy. The Colorado Rockies have succeeded this season in spite of a rash of injuries to key players. While Ian Desmond and Tony Wolters have returned from their respective injuries, the Rockies have been patiently waiting for the return of the rest of their key players. Jon Gray was placed on the DL with a stress fracture in his left...
Via Purple Row
2 days ago

Colorado Rockies pitching coaches Steve Foster, Darren Holmes guiding young staff to a strong start in 2017

Rockies news and links for Monday May 23, 2017 Rockies’ young pitchers thriving under pitching coaches Steve Foster, Darren Holmes – The Denver PostA unique approach for Rockies pitching coaches Steve Foster and Darren Holmes has helped the team's young staff to their good start to the season. Rather than sticking to the traditional roles of a pitching coach and a bullpen coach...
Via Purple Row
2 days ago

BSN Rockies Podcast: Will Greg Holland and Carlos Gonzalez stay in Colorado?

  On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman talks a little more about the value of not streaking, discusses the cryptic future of Carlos Gonzalez, and speculates on what will happen with Greg Holland‘s contract now that he has proven to be incredibly worth it. And, of course, just how underrated is Charlie Blackmon?
Via BSN Denver
3 days ago

Ian Desmond compares Twins pitcher to late Jose Fernandez

Jose Berrios has been dominant in his first two outings this season for the Minnesota Twins. He’s looked so good that he has one of his opponents comparing him to the late Jose Fernandez.Here’s what Colorado Rockies first baseman Ian Desmond said about Berrios after Thursday’s game: Desmond would know, as he used to face the Miami Marlins stud when he was in the NL East as...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Will the Colorado Rockies starting rotation hold up?

The Colorado Rockies remain in first place in the National League West, 2.5 games ahead of the second-place Arizona Diamondbacks. One of the reasons for the Rockies hot-start in 2017 has certainly been their offense, along with a solid bullpen. Their rotation, however, has been one of their most inconsistent assets, raising questions of how well it will hold up as the season progresses...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

The Rockies' underrated revival is real

In the marathon that is the Major League Baseball season, it is easy – practical even –  not trust all that you see early in the year. A fast start to a season can be erased as easily as a three-run lead within the generous confines of Coors Field.Various mile markers are used by followers of the game to provided context for trusting early returns: "It’s only the spring,"...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

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