Prospect Garcia added to growing bullpen
Black not worried about task of managing 14 relievers
SAN DIEGO – The Rockies added another pitcher on Saturday, recalling right-hander Rico Garcia from Triple-A Albuquerque.
Manager Bud Black said Garcia, a starter in the Minors who made one spot start for the Rockies last month, likely will be used for length out of the bullpen should a starting
Rockies call on first wave of reinforcements
Hoffman, Valaika, Pazos all see action vs. Pirates
DENVER – Right-hander Jeff Hoffman returned from Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday -- and made steps forward while pitching five innings in the Rockies’ 6-2 loss to the Pirates -- in the first wave of September callups.
Hoffman flashed some of the old issues -- an Adam Frazier home run on
Rockies rookie Hilliard showcases his speed
Outfielder legs out a triple, even shows elite speed on grounders
DENVER -- Sam Hilliard put his most unexpected tool on display Saturday night.
Hilliard is listed at 6-foot-5 and 238 pounds, so power is expected -- and he homered in two of his first four games after debuting this week. But three times during the reeling Rockies’ 11-4 loss to
Story (thumb sprain) on IL; no surgery needed
Colorado recalls No. 1 prospect Rodgers from Triple-A Albuquerque
PHOENIX -- First, the bad news: The Rockies are going to be without shortstop Trevor Story for several weeks. The good news? It could have been much worse.
After exiting Wednesday’s game with a right thumb sprain, Story underwent an MRI and met with Dr. Donald Sheridan, a hand specialist,
Rockies sign 23rd overall Draft pick Toglia
Colorado signs seven additional picks; Valaika called up after Dunn DFA
PHOENIX -- The Rockies have made significant progress signing their selections from the 2019 MLB Draft, and they can now add their first-round pick to the list.
On Tuesday, the club agreed to terms with UCLA first baseman Michael Toglia, who was selected with the No. 23 overall pick. The
Rox call up Lambert for MLB debut at Wrigley
Colorado's No. 4 prospect was club's second-round Draft pick in 2015
CHICAGO -- It was an open secret, shrouded in mystery, with no when or where. But there is finally clarity. Right-hander Peter Lambert, 22, the Rockies’ No. 4 prospect according to MLB Pipeline, made his Major League debut Thursday afternoon in the series finale against the Cubs at Wrigley Field,
'I grew up at Coors': Torrealba follows dad to Rox
Yorvis drafted as culmination of sentimental, harrowing journey
DENVER -- Yorvis Torrealba, son of former Rockies catcher Yorvit Torrealba, heard his phone ringing Wednesday afternoon. Yorvis, on an off-day during the Division II NCAA baseball tournament in which his University of Tampa Spartans are a win away from the national title game, looked at the caller ID.
Best players available means arms for Rox Draft
Club takes 1B Toglia first, but nearly half of its selections are pitchers
DENVER -- As the Rockies wrapped up this year's MLB Draft with their 40th selection on Wednesday evening, Colorado had accomplished several objectives, one of which the franchise had been pursuing for years.
The club's first-round selection, at No. 23 overall, was switch-hitting first baseman Michael Toglia out of UCLA.
Collegiate hitters on Rockies' Draft radar
Colorado's history favors high schoolers, but this year may be different
DENVER -- Look around the diamond and it appears the Rockies love drafting high-school players. Yet the buzz about the team’s top 2019 MLB Draft pick -- No. 23 overall -- centers on college prospects.
Charlie Blackmon is the only collegiate player the club drafted (second round out of Georgia
Rodgers, McMahon making 2B platoon work
Since top prospect's callup, both infielders have thrived at plate
DENVER -- Recent Rockies callup Brendan Rodgers likes to say of himself and fellow second baseman Ryan McMahon, “We’re both hungry.”
This week, they have taken turns feasting.
Rodgers, the Rockies' top prospect according to MLB Pipeline, delivered a two-run bases-loaded single on Wednesday that keyed a win over the