The idea of using data and science to retool a player is the new age way of thinking around the game – just ask Colorado Rockies flamethrower Jon Gray.
The Rockies protected four players from the Rule 5 Draft. A couple of the names were somewhat unexpected.
With the end of baseball season coming fast in Colorado, here are five reasons to watch the Colorado Rockies in their final series this weekend
Charlie Blackmon started slow in both 2017 and 2019, the end result was a dominant campaign in 2017. In 2019, he's on pace to replicate those figures.
Colorado's need for a lockdown arm in the bullpen was evident on Monday when manager Bud Black needed four pitchers to get three outs.
Colorado made a series of moves Tuesday, bringing back two players from Triple-A who have been spark plugs for the club this year.
The Colorado Rockies are set to recall starting pitcher Jon Gray from Triple-A Albuquerque, and he is expected to pitch Saturday against the Seattle Mariners, according to Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post.
The Rockies’ inability to hit with runners in scoring position might keep them home in August.
Jason Hirsh dishes on the Rockies upcoming season and a potential elite arm revealing himself in 2018.
While the Diamondbacks are securing frontline starters, the Rockies are making back-end bullpen moves. The NL West balance of power hasn't shifted as a result.