Thursday, February 20, 2020

Chatwood sees improvement in second Spring Training start

Tyler Chatwood went 3.0 innings in his second start of the spring, a 10-9 Rockies victory over the Dodgers at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Monday.
Tyler Anderson. Credit: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports.

Tyler Anderson’s atrocious pitching helps doom Rockies to 9-6 loss

Anderson went all of 2.2 innings as the Rockies fell big to LA.

REPORT: Jose Reyes to get at least a 60-game suspension

Jon Heyman of MLB Network is reporting that Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes could be on the verge of receiving a 60-game suspension

Rockies’ Jon Gray on a quest to funnel his frustration into focus

The right-handed starter of the Colorado Rockies is on a journey to control his anger, a maturation process that can change the remainder of his career.

Which Colorado franchise will change its postseason streak first?

The Broncos have a five-season postseason streak intact, while the Nuggets, Avs and Rockies have streaks of not making the second season. Which will end first?
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Peter Lambert (23) pitches during the seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field

Lambert dazzles as Rockies avoid sweep in Chicago

It is always an exciting time when a top prospect makes his Major League debut and Thursday afternoon was no different for Peter Lambert and the Colorado Rockies.

Veteran leadership is critical for the Rockies’ playoff push

The Rockies have the talent to make a push for the playoffs, but veteran leadership will be the deciding factor in how far the club can go this year

Rockies make a flurry of moves, send Davis to injured list

The Colorado Rockies have seldom had a quiet day when it comes to their active roster, a trend that continued once again with closer Wade Davis' injury.

MORNING MINUTE: Baseball’s back at Coors Field and DU’s title fight

As if you needed another reason to day drink, it's opening day at Coors Field! Doesn't even matter who wins or loses on Opening Day?

Rockies great Vinny Castilla is quite the ping-pong player

The Colorado Rockies took a break from Spring Training baseball to host a ping-pong tournament involving the entire organization.