Gray pitched three scoreless innings, allowing one hit and two walks, before exiting Thursday's 3-1 Rockies win at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Chris Rusin and the Rockies bullpen shut down the Giants to deliver a 3-1 victory to open the four-game series in San Francisco.
When the Colorado Rockies announced that 22-year-old Antonio Senzatela made the cut for the team's starting rotation out of Spring Training, not a lot was known about what he could bring to the table for a rotation that was already flooded with youth and optimism.
The Denver Nuggets played their final game of the season in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, and the young guys came through with a win.
Colorado dropped the rubber match of their three-game series with the Padres, 6-0, to fall to 6-4 on the season and 3-3 at Coors Field.
In a strange reverse of fortune, the Colorado Rockies pitching has been carrying the load as the offense has struggled to kick things into gear to start the 2017 campaign.
After bouncing back from a blood clot scare toward the end of last season, Scott Oberg is back on the mound and ready to make a name for himself again.
Each month Mile High Sports sits down with an important figure in Colorado sports. For April, Doug Ottewill spoke with Rockies No.1 starter Jon Gray.
No one will mistake Tony Wolters for being the most powerful hitter on the Colorado Rockies, but don't tell that to the baseball he mutilated.
After his second phenomenal showing of his young career, Senzatela earned his first win after a bit of a rough start.