Thursday, August 25, 2016

Jose Reyes sent to Triple-A Albuquerque ahead of unknown future

Back from suspension, Jose Reyes will now spend time in Triple-A Albuquerque ahead of an uncertain future for the veteran shortstop.
All-Star voting

Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story among leaders in All-Star voting

MLB released its first All-Star voting update and both Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story are in the hunt to start at their positions, but they still need help from the fans.
Charlie Blackmon

Charlie Blackmon just keeps getting better

Riding a 26-game on-base streak and coming off a two-home-run performance last night, Charlie Blackmon just keeps getting better and better

Rockies overwhelm Reds with dingers in win

The Colorado Rockies teed off on the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff, paving the way to a blow out victory in the second game of a four game series.

Pitching is yet again proving to be trouble for the Rockies

The Rockies offense is doing its part, as usual, but the pitching is back to its old disappointing self after a promising start.

REPORT: Jose Reyes will head down to Triple-A when suspension ends on Wednesday

Jose Reyes is set to return to the Colorado Rockies tomorrow, but until they find a long-term solution for him, he'll be spending time down in AAA
Colorado Rockies

Inconsistency is the name of the game for the Rockies’ pitching staff

There are some bright spots in the Colorado Rockies' starting rotation, but it won't make much of a difference if they continue to be overused
Tyler Chatwood

Tyler Chatwood is evolving into an All-Star

We're told that Colorado can't have good pitching, but Tyler Chatwood is making a strong case for All-Star consideration

Gloomy day at Coors field results in poor play from the Rockies

The Colorado Rockies dropped the rubber game of a three game series against the San Francisco Giants Sunday afternoon, and the loss is one the team wants to forget about swiftly.

Jorge De La Rosa’s demotion is a promotion for the Rockies

The Colorado Rockies made the decision to move the franchise's winningest pitcher to the bullpen, following a medley of poor starts. In the role, however, Jorge De La Rosa has been impressive.