NL Comeback Player of the Year award winner Daniel Bard represents the type of reliever the Rockies should be looking for—and are starting to get.
With the closure of El Chapultepec, another piece of Denver history fades away like the Rockies playoff hopes in late June.
It sounds like the Rockies will part ways with a 2019 All-Star and their top starting catcher for the last several seasons.
The Rockies retained Diazes Elias and Jairo by coming to terms with both players for 2021. The club still has some decisions to make before the non-tender deadline this afternoon.
The Rockies made a change-of-scenery swap with the Reds and added a somewhat intriguing outfield prospect in the process.
The Rockies protected four players from the Rule 5 Draft. A couple of the names were somewhat unexpected.
This Friday, Nov. 20, is Major League Baseball’s reserves deadline, meaning teams have through the end of the business week to add players they wish to avoid exposing to the Rule 5 Draft to their 40-man rosters.
Stop me if you've heard this before: the Colorado Rockies are taking a flier on a pitch-to-contact guy who has previously found himself out...
All the gripes don’t change the fact that the Dodgers are a juggernaut that our home town Rockies will never be able to compete with even though as the Rockies twitter account pointed out, the Rockies were the only team to beat LA in a series in this abbreviated season.
Colorado Rockies stars Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon on Thursday were named Gold Glove finalists at their respective positions, according to Rawlings—the longtime sponsor of the award.