Saturday, August 17, 2019

Adam Ottavino feeling good on the road to recovery

Colorado Rockies relief man Adam Ottavino threw live batting practice for the first time on his road to recovery from Tommy John surgery, and the results were as expected.

Resiliency is keeping the Rockies alive during brutal stretch of the schedule

Back-to-back series against the Red Sox and Giants is no small task, but the Rockies are staying above water with some resilient, outside-the-box thinking

Jon Gray on the rise

Coming off a stellar start, Jon Gray is looking like the pitcher the Colorado Rockies always dreamed he could be

Has Trevor Story earned a trip to the All-Star Game?

Trevor Story took the baseball world by storm during his first month in the majors, but has he continued to do enough to earn an All-Star bid?

Don’t count out Jorge De La Rosa just yet

Jorge De La Rosa has not had a good start to the season, but former Rockies pitcher Jason Hirsh says we shouldn't count him out yet

David Ortiz shows the Rockies he’s Hall worthy, but so are others

A report of PED use, at a time when PEDs were not banned by baseball, hasn't affected David Ortiz's chances of making the Hall of Fame. So why has it hurt others?

Why switching De La Rosa to the bullpen was the right choice by the...

Jorge De La Rosa is back in the big leagues, but he won't be handed a spot in the rotation any time soon, and it's for the best
Walt Weiss

How long should Walt Weiss keep his starters on the mound?

A Rockies starting pitcher has only made it past the seventh inning once all season, but is that their fault or Walt Weiss'?
Nolan Arenado

Nolan Arenado continues to show why he should be the NL MVP

Nolan Arenado is following up last year's MVP-worthy season with another unbelievable season and we're only 43 games in. Is he better than Bryce Harper?
Colorado Rockies

A better future is in store for the Colorado Rockies pitching staff

For the Colorado Rockies, pitching has long been the bane of their existence. Looking forward, though, things look brighter than ever