The Rockies podcast is back – this week’s topics include Eddie Butler’s first win, Cuddyer’s big bat, and a look ahead to the last week of the year
The Rockies got blanked by San Diego in a 1-0 loss Monday, closing the book on a season-high six game winning streak.
Rockies rookie Eddie Butler notched his first major league win Saturday, and gave fans desperate for some good news a reason to hope
The Rockies, in their last home game of the season, defeated the Diamondbacks 8-3 behind another Michael Cuddyer home run.
Eddie Butler pitched six effective innings and Corey Dickerson homered as the Rockies topped the Diamondbacks 5-1 Saturday afternoon.
Michael Cuddyer had a career-high seven RBIs as the Rockies ran away from the Diamondbacks 15-3 Friday night.
The misguided Rockies believe a change of venue will bring a change of fortune. This is another example of a franchise grasping at straws
Wilin Rosario had four hits, including the game-winning home run in the bottom in the ninth, to power the Rockies to a 7-6 victory.
Justin Morneau had six RBIs and Charlie Blackmon had five hits as the Rockies jumped all over the Dodgers for a 16-2 win Wednesday.
The Rockies have changed their Triple-A affiliation from the Colorado Springs Sky Sox to the Albuquerque Isotopes starting next season, according to reports