The Colorado Rockies defeated the Baltimore Orioles in walk-off fashion at Coors Field Sunday afternoon, 8-7 to solidify a series victory.
Trading the team’s best player, a perennial All-Star, was the right move at the right time and might signal a turn in the philosophy for the Colorado Rockies
The Colorado Rockies defeated the San Francisco Giants Friday night at Coors Field by a score of 5-4 in the first game of a three-game set.
In this week’s edition of Peel the Onion Brandon Krisztal sits down with Colorado Rockies star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez
Following Bud Black's introductory press conference, Rockies owner Dick Monfort talked with Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro of Afternoon Drive
While results in exhibition games often have little bearing on a team's success in the regular season, the Rockies staff took a look at the storylines that have crept up.
Pay attention to free agent Manny Machado’s market. Next year, that market will be Nolan Arenado's.
The image of a pumped-up Arenado, with blood trickling from above his eye, will be forever seared into the memory of Colorado sports fans.
Carlos Gonzalez is back on the trading block, but his manager, Walt Weiss, is hoping his superstar slugger doesn't go any further than that
To anyone worried that the Rockies will struggle early because three key players are starting the season on the disabled list: There's no need for panic.