Wednesday, April 26, 2017

It’s alive! Offense helps seal the deal on best Rockies stretch in a long...

Colorado sent a message to the NL West over the last week-plus, taking seven of nine games from the Giants and Dodgers, including four on the road.

Charlie Blackmon pens name in Rockies history book once again

In the first inning of the Rockies Sunday matinee against the San Fran Giants, Blackmon smacked a leadoff triple, his second leadoff triple in two games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Blackmon is just the third Rockie to hit a leadoff triple in back-to-back games, joining Neifi Perez and Eric Young.

Rockies David Dahl making progress, on the homestretch towards a return

Dahl gave a quick grade to where he's at, saying he's "probably like a six, seven" when it comes to how close he is to returning.

When the time comes, Jeff Hoffman should not be the Rockies’ 5th starter

When the time comes for the Colorado Rockies to make a decision on who should be the club's 5th starter with Jon Gray out of commission, Hoffman should not be the guy to get the nod.

Antonio Senzatela joins some of baseball’s best atop NL wins column

With a 12-3 victory over the Giants at Coors Field on Saturday night, Senzatela (3-0, 2.08) joined rare company atop the NL wins column.

Trevor Story feels like he’s close to breaking out of offensive slump

Known for his towering home runs, Story busted onto the scene as a rookie; however, his sophomore season has not started in the same fairytale manner.

Believe it or not, the Rockies bullpen is the National League’s best

The Colorado Rockies are off to a remarkable 11-6 start to the 2017 tour. While the start to the season is impressive, the formation and durability of Colorado's bullpen through the clubs first skew of games has been impeccable.

The Rockies are locked in and ready for any challenges ahead

The Colorado Rockies are off to a sizzling start to the 2017 campaign. With a record of 11-6 on the year the rox have been among the most complete teams in baseball. The pitching has been sharp, the defense is tremendous, and the bats are starting to come around, making for a Rockies team that is playing with a bit of an added swagger as of late.

HIGHLIGHTS: Rockies slide past Giants and make history in the process

The Rockies erupted for six runs in the fourth inning, making some history in the process, en route to a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants.

Rockies do something that hasn’t been done since 1950

What the Rockies accomplished on Friday night at Coors Field hadn't been done in the National League for 43 years before they played their first game.