Monday, March 27, 2017

Rockies pitchers have a toughness, Bud Black says

New Rockies manager Bud Black likes the toughness he's seen in his pitching staff since they first reported to Spring Training back in mid-February.

Getting back in the groove, Greg Holland plans on locking down closer’s role

"If there’s someone that’s more capable of throwing the ninth inning than me, I think that’s a good thing, because I plan on performing well," Holland said.

Nolan Arenado talks expectations, putting in the work to stay on top

"The last couple of years have been pretty special, but I want to continue to have those special years," Arenado told Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports Radio.

The Colorado Rockies finalize one-year contracts with 25 players

Amongst the bevy of names, you will find players at various stages. Some will likely spend the season in the minors. Others will play huge roles in 2017.

Chatwood sees improvement in second Spring Training start

Tyler Chatwood went 3.0 innings in his second start of the spring, a 10-9 Rockies victory over the Dodgers at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Monday.

David Dahl has stress reaction, to be re-evaluated in two weeks

On Monday, the Colorado Rockies announced exactly what has been ailing outfielder David Dahl, stating that he has a stress reaction in his sixth rib.

Rockies prospect Scott Burcham lifts Israel over South Korea in WBC

Colorado Rockies prospect Scott Burcham got to play the hero at the World Baseball Classic on Monday, driving in the winning run for Israel.

Chad Bettis feels connected in first outing of Spring Training

For Chad Bettis, simply taking the mound this spring could be considered a victory, but the righthander says he felt good in his first game action.

Jon Gray settling in to Spring Training, continuing to work on off-speed pitches

Jon Gray allowed a home run in his second outing of the spring, but the Rockies' young righthander still found some positives in his outing.

Rockies outfielder David Dahl expected to miss at least a few weeks

David Dahl will have to wait a little while to make his case to start in left for the Rockies. He is expected to miss a few weeks minimum with a sore back.