The Rockies lost 5-4 to the San Diego Padres Monday after a rough eighth inning spoiled another strong start from pitcher Jordan Lyles.
The Rockies had an entertaining weekend despite losing a series against San Francisco and learning that a starting pitcher will be out a while.
The Rockies battled back to send the game into extras but Brandon Crawford’s walk-off home run off of Rex Brothers sent Colorado packing 5-4 Sunday.
Troy Tulowitzki’s sacrifice fly was the only offense the Rockies needed as Brett Anderson and the Rockies bullpen combined to pitch a shutout and win 1-0.
Giants starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner hit a grand slam and the Rockies continued their struggles at AT&T Park, losing 6-5 in the series opener.
The Rockies take on the San Francisco Giants this weekend, so we got the lowdown from Grant Brisbee of mccoveychronicles.com.
Seems everyone these days wants to fix major league baseball. The game is fine how it is and should be left alone says our resident “seamhead.”
Mark Wiley is in charge of developing the young arms in the Colorado Rockies rotation. His name isn’t well-known but his work is paramount.
Major League Baseball took a big step by implementing replay this season. It’s a start, but there is more that should be done to perfect the system.
Colorado’s offense kicked into gear late thanks to DJ LeMahieu’s three-hit game and nice work out of the bullpen sealed a 10-4 Rockies win.