Monday, August 19, 2019

Rockies get two All-Stars, Arenado and Gonzalez, and an asterisk

Nolan Arenado and Carlos Gonzalez were named to the 2016 NL All-Star roster on Tuesday and there is still hope for one more player to make the squad.
National League Player of the Week

It’s not too late to send Trevor Story to the All-Star Game

Rockies fans didn't get their guys into the starting lineup, but there's still time for them to vote rookie shortstop Trevor Story into the All-Star Game.

Chatwood and Ottavino activated, three other Rockies pitchers on the move

The Rockies made a series of roster changes on Tuesday, activating two pitchers from the DL and sending three others in various directions.

Harding: Rockies home struggles are causing the season to slip away

The Rockies have lost four in a row on the road as part of a season-high losing streak, but it's their play at Coors Field that has people concerned.
Wade Phillips

LOOK: Wade Phillips gives back his “Coach Peters” Super Bowl ring

Wade Phillips attempted to keep his "Coach Peters" Super Bowl ring, but Jostens has forced him to return the ring for destruction

Carlos Gonzalez’s days in a Rockies uniform could be numbered

Fan favorite Carlos Gonzalez may be on his way out of Colorado, but fans maybe be able to fill that void with an All-Star caliber pitcher.

Defining road trip coming up for the Colorado Rockies

If the Colorado Rockies can have a successful road trip in two tough cities, the schedule will soften and give Colorado a chance to go on a run
Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw’s absence could benefit creeping Colorado Rockies

The Colorado Rockies may catch a break ahead of their three-game series with the Dodgers, as Clayton Kershaw is headed to the disabled list

Walt Weiss sees better days ahead in the second half of the season

The Rockies' manager thinks his team is poised to make a run at .500 and eventually the playoffs, given their resiliency so far this season.

Credit Rockies’ utility players for keeping the team afloat in June

The Rockies have some big-time, big-name guys on the roster, but it's the bench that has helped Colorado remain relevant in July for the first time in awhile