Colorado Rockies rookie short-stop Trevor Story's season may be on hold at the moment, but that won't stop him from cheering on his teammates.
While it looked pretty bad on Wednesday night, Carlos Gonzalez has been listed as "day-to-day" by manager Walt Weiss with an ankle injury
The Rockies have the talent to make a push for the playoffs, but veteran leadership will be the deciding factor in how far the club can go this year
The Colorado Rockies took care of business against the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday night, beating the boys from Hollywood 12-2.
Colorado Rockies All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez departed Wednesday night's game with an apparent ankle injury.
The date is Aug. 3, 2016 and the Rockies are in the thick of the playoff hunt. The good times are just starting to roll for Walt Weiss and the boys.
USA Today Sports ranked the top Major League ballparks in the country, and the Colorado Rockies' Coors Field clocked in at No. 7
The loss of Trevor Story definitely hurts, but an improved clubhouse culture could be the real key behind the Colorado Rockies' playoff push
Often called "Skier's Thumb," a torn or sprained ulnar collateral ligament sidelined Trevor Story, leading to potential season-ending surgery.
The loss of Rookie of the Year candidate Trevor Story shouldn't mean the end of the road for a Rockies team with playoff aspirations and talent abound.