The Colorado Rockies started 2019 with a bevy of losses, their worst start through 19 games in franchise history, something they are changing swiftly.
The tension of playing meaningful games can be either a blessing or burden for many teams, but for the Colorado Rockies, that might very well be valuable for them as the pressure continues to boil.
The Rockies placed the former All-Star on the 10-day DL with an oblique injury suffered against the Arizona Diamondbacks Friday night.
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.
On Thursday, the Colorado Rockies played in Cactus League action against the San Diego Padres. Needless to say, there was a certain buzz in the stadium.
After years of hard work and perseverance, Tyler Anderson, former first-round selection of the Rockies, made his major league debut on Sunday
Paul Jacobs, instrumental in helping form the Colorado Rockies, passed away at 78 on Monday.
In a game broadcast on ESPN, the Rockies put up one of their worst all-around performances of the season.