When it was all said and done, the Colorado Rockies selected 24 pitchers, including 21 from the college ranks, in the 2016 MLB First Year Player Draft.

After blowing a save on Friday, closer Jake McGee was placed on the 15-day disabled list, while former first-round pick Tyler Anderson was called up

The Rockies hope first round draft pick Riley Pint is the answer to their pitching woes and the next ace in their starting rotation.

The Rockies have seemingly turned a corner after Nolan Arenado challenged his teammates, culminating Thursday in a hard-fought win over Pittsburgh.

General manager Jeff Bridich and his team of scouts are going all-in on adding power arms, selecting three pitchers in the opening two rounds.

As the Rockies brass was making draft selections, the big league club was in Denver celebrating a win and looking back on their own draft days.

After winning two in a row, the Colorado Rockies will turn to Jon Gray to deliver only their fourth winning streak of the 2016 season.
All-Star voting

A longtime Irv and Joe caller has some simple ways the Rockies can fix the pitching and help their talented core of players start winning.

The second MLB All-Star voting update is out and things are looking good for Colorado Rockies players Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story and Carlos Gonzalez.

Riley Pint, a right-hander from Overland Park, Kan. with a 100 mph fastball, could be available for the Rockies with the No.4 pick in the MLB Draft.