Colorado Rockies second basemen DJ LeMahieu is happy with his spot in the lineup, which just happens to be anywhere Walt Weiss needs him.
It's been a wild week for Denver sports stories. In case you missed anything, here are the storylines you need to be following
The Colorado Rockies have yet to name a new manager for the 2017 season, but the list of potential candidates seems to be growing longer each day
On Thursday, David Dahl tied Cincinnati's Chuck Aleno with 17 consecutive games to start a career with a hit.
Nolan Arenado maintained a one home run lead on Kris Bryant, who also homered Wednesday, with a grand slam in a big Rockies win.
After parting ways with Walt Weiss, the Colorado Rockies are on the search for a new manager. Several viable candidates have come to light
Bettis joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro during The Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio to discuss his battle with cancer.
Rockies relief pitcher Adam Ottavino is back to his dominant form early in 2018, and his signature pitch is as good as ever.
The Rockies have been playing so well on the road, Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar are unsure of how the Rox will do during the home stretch.
The Rockies finished up their road trip on a losing note, but the 3-3 road skid revealed a ton about the team's potential going forward