Saturday, October 1, 2016

Jon Gray’s bounceback performance goes to waste

Tuesday's no decision marks the eighth time Jon Gray has allowed three or less runs over at least six innings and the Rockies have failed to deliver a win.

The Rockies need to finish August with three near-perfect series

If the Colorado Rockies plan on playing meaningful baseball in September, they need to finish August by playing near-perfect baseball

Bullpen stint for Jorge De La Rosa has salvaged his career

A midseason trip to the bullpen may have been the key to extending the lefty's career even if he doesn’t finish it here in Denver.

Rockies win series vs. Cubs, LeMahieu catches Murphy

The Rockies drubbed the Chicago Cubs on Sunday to win the series 2-1, while D.J. LeMahieu stayed red hot and is tied for the NL lead in batting.
Jeff Hoffman

Jeff Hoffman has Jon Gray and others to help improve on his debut

Top pitching prospect Jeff Hoffman struggled in his debut, but he has a locker room full of guys to help guide him through this first stretch of his career.
Jeff Hoffman

The reasoning behind the Rockies’ call-up of Jeff Hoffman

Today, Jeff Hoffman, the Colorado Rockies' top pitching prospect, will make his major league debut at Coors Field, but why now?

Resilient Rockies walk off Cubs in wild finish at Coors Field

The Colorado Rockies came back from a four-run deficit to defeat the Chicago Cubs in extra innings in a game that was delayed over two hours by rain.
Jeff Hoffman

Colorado Rockies call up pitcher Jeff Hoffman

The Colorado Rockies have reportedly called up their No. 3 prospect, Jeff Hoffman, to start Saturday's game against the Chicago Cubs

Rockies’ slim playoff hopes hinge on looming series with Chicago Cubs

Getting a series victory over the Nationals was a nice start, but now the Rockies have to take care of the Cubs to keep slim playoff hopes alive
Charlie Blackmon costume

Charlie Blackmon homers again as Rockies drop a tight one to Nationals

Charlie Blackmon continued his hot play at the plate, but it was not enough as the Rockies fell to the Nationals 5-4 at Coors Field on Monday.