Wolters lifts Rox to walk-off win in wild game
Arenado: 'I knew we were going to win that game with Tony up next'
DENVER -- Tony Wolters’ offseason project was to simplify his offensive approach. And in case he wants to believe more is better, he has plenty of teammates to remind him through word and deed that less is best.
After three hits Sunday afternoon, one simple thought -- fire at a
Arenado's milestone can't bail out Freeland
Rockies 3B hits 200th HR, but lefty starter allows 7 runs in 4 IP
DENVER -- A year later, Kyle Freeland can’t stop a negative spin.
After going 1 2/3 innings in his previous start, Freeland wasn’t much better Saturday night. He gave up seven runs and a season-high 10 hits in just four innings as the Rockies fell to the Orioles, 9-6, at
Story breaks an A-Rod mark, then walks off
Home run No. 100 fuels 7th-inning rally; No. 101 delivers walk-off win
DENVER -- The Rockies’ Trevor Story’s milestone home run Friday night -- a seventh-inning, two-run shot that made him the fastest shortstop to 100 homers in history -- excited teammate Nolan Arenado so much that he celebrated by hitting his own homer, his second of the game.
“I was either
Blackmon exits with right calf injury
Rockies uncertain about outfielder's status for opener vs. Orioles
PITTSBURGH -- Right fielder Charlie Blackmon, one of the National League’s most consistent hitters this season, left Thursday’s 14-6 loss to the Pirates after four innings with a right calf injury. It’s not clear if he’ll be available for Friday night’s game against the Orioles.
Blackmon, who has hit safely
Gray continues to show mental toughness
Righty overcomes early adversity as Rox outslug Bucs
PITTSBURGH -- Most of PNC Park “ooh’ed” and “aah’ed” at the ball floating in the Allegheny River, courtesy of the long ball off the bat of the Pirates’ Josh Bell. But Rockies pitcher Jon Gray blocked it all out and briefly peered at the American flag behind the bullpens in
Diaz's emotional road culminates with callup
Righty takes roster spot of closer Davis (left oblique strain)
PITTSBURGH -- Returning to the Majors for the first time since 2017 after dealing injury and family tragedy, right-handed relief pitcher Jairo Díaz joined the Rockies on Wednesday, with his arm and his strategy intact.
Diaz, who has a 0.45 ERA in 20 innings over 16 games at Triple-A Albuquerque,
Right on the Mar-quez: German thwarts Bucs
Rockies' workhorse throws 8 scoreless, collects RBI knock at dish
PITTSBURGH -- German Marquez exercised his prerogative as the Rockies’ starting pitcher Tuesday night by choosing a black sleeveless jersey that hasn’t been seen since April 1. Then he spent eight scoreless innings making sure it looked really good.
Marquez struck out seven, yielded just three hits and went eight
Anderson set for knee surgery; return TBD
Righty Hoffman in line to seize vacant rotation spot
PITTSBURGH -- Rockies left-handed pitcher Tyler Anderson will have surgery on his ailing left knee, and it won’t be known until after the operation whether he can return this season, manager Bud Black said Tuesday.
At any rate, the Rockies -- going with a four-man rotation until Saturday, when a
Inbox: Is Murphy's finger hurting his swing?
Beat reporter Thomas Harding answers questions from Colorado fans
Is Daniel Murphy actually healthy? Is his finger messing with his swing? If so, shouldn't he go on the IL?
-- Adam H., Colorado
In 20 games since returning from an avulsion fracture of the left index finger, Murphy has hit .183 with two home runs (in his third and