Some good can still come of the last two weeks of the season, at least if the Rockies are able to see what they have in prospect Kyle Parker
The Rockies road struggles just got worse Sunday afternoon, losing 4-1 to the Cardinals and suffering their sixth straight loss.
Matt Holliday homered for the second straight game and a ninth inning rally fell short as the Rockies lost 5-4 Saturday to the Cardinals.
Former Rockie Matt Holliday hit a three-run home run and the Rockies couldn’t touch Adam Wainwright, losing 5-1 Friday night.
Former Rockie Eric Young Jr. went 3-for-3 as the Rockies failed to plate a run for the second straight game, losing 2-0 to the Mets Wednesday.
The Rockies problems on the road have only gotten uglier this year, as evidenced by the team’s massive home/road splits this season.
Mets rookie starter Jacob deGrom held the Rockies scoreless through eight innings as Colorado’s problems on the road continue with a 2-0 loss
A lack of hitting with runners in scoring position cost the Rockies Monday as the Mets snapped Colorado’s four-game winning streak with a 3-2 win.
Charlie Blackmon’s been one of the bright spots for the Rockies this year, but his spot in the outfield could be in jeopardy sooner rather than later.
With the 2014 season nearly in the books, the Colorado Rockies are already looking to 2015 as their schedule for next season was released Monday.