Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Mile High Sports on Denver 8: Baseball and NFL Draft

This month on Mile High Sports on Denver 8, Danny and Cello try to solve the Colorado Rockies' pitching problems.

Mark Reynolds milestone home run delivers extra-inning victory

Mark Reynolds made his 250th career home run matter in a big way as the Rockies defeated the San Diego Padres 3-2 in extra innings on Sunday.

Opening with The Closer: A chat with MLB saves leader, Greg Holland

Each month Mile High Sports sits down with an important figure in Colorado sports. For July, Connor Cape spoke with Rockies All-Star closer Greg Holland.

Cooperstown is a special place for many reasons

A recent trip to the Baseball Hall of Fame showed a former Major Leaguer just how special a place Cooperstown really is

Series loss against struggling Rays puts Rockies season in jeopardy

A series loss to the last-place Tampa Bay Rays has the Rockies searching for answers and trying to stay afloat after the All-Star break.

Faith in the Rockies farm system

The Colorado Rockies first five picks of the 2015 Major League Beasball draft will require plenty of grooming by the organization
Chad Bettis struggled early and dominated late, winning for the Rockies Friday night. Credit: Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports.

Offense erupts early, Bettis battles back as Rockies win 9-5 over Rangers

Chad Bettis gave up five runs in the fifth, but the Rockies scored six runs in the next half inning, as Colorado enjoyed a solid overall start from their pitcher.

Arenado's bat is catching up to his glove

With two Gold Gloves already in hand, Nolan Arenado is making plays to earn a third in 2015. Could a Silver Slugger be in his sights as well?

Rockies announcer Schemmel to attempt record-breaking bike ride for charity

Rockies radio announcer Jerry Schemmel and Julie Lyons, Co-Founder of Love, Sweat & Gears, are planning on attempting something never before done in the state...
Marcell Ozuna watches a homer leave the yard. Credit: Jeff Curry, USA TODAY Sports.

Rockies lose 5-4 heartbreaker in 10th to Cardinals in St. Louis

Colorado jumped out to a lead, but they let it crumble in one of their worst losses of the season.