Like many teams in Major League Baseball, the Colorado Rockies employ some educational methods in an attempt to help their young players.
Arenado wowed everyone with his defense last season. If his hitting catches up this season, he could become the Rockies next home-grown star.
With extreme care towards long-term health, the Colorado Rockies shut down Jhoulys Chacin early in spring training due to his existing shoulder situation.
The Colorado Rockies will again need an “all-hands on deck” approach from their pitching staff. Adam Ottavino has a chance to do even more in 2014.
The Colorado Rockies enter the 2014 campaign with plenty of hope and promise for their future rotation thanks to Jon Gray and Eddie Butler.
Chatwood came out of nowhere to have an excellent 2013. Now his challenge will be proving last season wasn’t some sort of fluke.
Las Vegas sports books have put out their odds on the 2014 MLB season. They are not that fond of the prospects for your Colorado Rockies.
Can Jorge De La Rosa build off his impressive return to the rotation and turn into the workhorse starter that the Rockies desperately need?
Spring Training has arrived, and what better way to start looking towards the season than with Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario.
ROOT Sports is back to cover your Colorado Rockies, but there are always a dozen or so games each year that won’t be on TV. Here are those dates.