On Thursday afternoon, the Colorado Rockies defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks, 10-4.
Charlie Blackmon's solo home run in the top of the 12th inning gave the Rockies a split in a drama-filled series with Cleveland.
While we want to take credit for Chuck Nasty's rise, it's probably safe to say that his outstanding play (and beard and hair) had plenty to do with.
Patrick Saunders, live from the Winter Meetings in Orlando, said the Rockies still have their eye on a first baseman, and their primary target is Cleveland's Carlos Santana.
The Colorado Rockies announced a variety of roster moves Saturday, calling up three position players and two pitchers. The team also announced Drew Butera will be active for tonight's game against the Padres.
With struggles throughout the roster that have caused the Rockies to slip as of late, the need to make a trade has never been more apparent.
As MVP candidate Nolan Arenado goes, so go the Rockies.
As the Rockies celebrate their 25th anniversary season, Irv Moss reflects on his time covering the club's first manager.
The Colorado Rockies are in unfamiliar territory, with an above-.500 record in the latter stages of May, but how sustainable is their success?
The iconic image of Nolan Arenado's bloody face after his walk-off home run for the cycle on Father's Day is now on a t-shirt.