Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Nolan Arenado used WBC experience to improve his game

After a successful trip to the WBC this year, Arenado is re-energized and ready to take his new experience to the Colorado clubhouse this year.

Managing the Boys: Ex-Rockies skipper Walt Weiss embraces just being “Dad”

There he was in a middle booth. A guy who played shortstop in the major leagues for a quarter-century. Former Colorado Rockies manager, Walt Weiss.

MORNING MINUTE: Rockies turning heads early in 2017

The Rockies are doing all they can to convince us they're a different team this year. Through 14 games, they have the most wins in baseball.

‘How’ is bigger than ‘how many’ when it comes to Rockies wins so far

The Blake Street Bombers were a lot of fun. But the Bullpen on Blake might make this season different.

HIGHLIGHTS: Rockies’ Senzatela shines on soggy day in San Francisco

Rookie right-hander Antonio Senzatela settled down after a rocky first inning, helping Colorado earn a 4-3 win in the series finale against the Giants.

HIGHLIGHTS: Tyler Chatwood tosses two-hit, complete-game shutout

Tyler Chatwood dazzled on Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park as the Colorado Rockies defeated the San Francisco Giants 5-0.

HIGHLIGHTS: Cueto cruises as Rockies fall to Giants, 8-2

Cueto scattered six hits over seven innings on Friday night to help lead the Giants to an 8-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies.

Rockies place Gray on DL, Parra on paternity list, recall Tapia and Carle

During a flurry of roster moves, Gray was placed on the 10-day disabled list due to a stress fracture in his left foot.

Assembling the Pieces: Bud Black looks to exceed expectations in Colorado

New manager Bud Black isn't hiding from the sudden expectations put on the 2017 Colorado Rockies. In fact, he embraces them.

MORNING MINUTE: More trouble for Jon Gray’s big toe

The Rockies beat Madison Bumgarner and the Giants, but what most fans are concerned about was the early departure of ace Jon Gray.