Doubleheaders can take a toll on rosters. As such, the Colorado Rockies have called in a reinforcement.
The Rockies were supposed to play the Cubs Monday night, but Mother Nature had other ideas. How does that change the series?
With the Cubs' reigning MVP Kris Bryant in town, he and Nolan Arenado threw around praise for each other before Monday's game.
Big-time Cubs fan Sheri Doniger flew in from Illinois to catch the Rockies-Cubs series, but had to miss out on the action to due a postponement.
There's no drowning the fact that the Rockies have cemented their status as one of the top teams in baseball through the first 20 percent of the season.
Monday's postponed game will be moved to Tuesday, in the first of a double-header, with a 12:10 p.m. MT first pitch.
"It doesn’t matter if [it’s] going bad right now, I know that at some point I’m going to get big hits for this team," Gonzalez said.
Oh Colorado. Your weather patterns always keep us on our toes. On Monday, there was hail on the menu.
The Colorado Rockies are off to a red-hot start to the 2017 season compiling a record of 20-12, penning them in as one of the hottest teams in baseball.
"Regardless of situation, regardless of the circumstances, regardless of the conditions, he knows how to pitch the ninth inning," Black said of Holland.