Chad Bettis struggled early and dominated late, winning for the Rockies Friday night. Credit: Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports.

Offense erupts early, Bettis battles back as Rockies win 9-5 over Rangers

Chad Bettis gave up five runs in the fifth, but the Rockies scored six runs in the next half inning, as Colorado enjoyed a solid overall start from their pitcher.

Should the Rockies explore adding depth to their starting rotation?

It is evident the Rockies' starting rotation needs some reinforcements and the club would be wise to begin exploring their options while there is still time to turn things around this season.

Rockies rebound from horrid loss to split series vs. Giants

The Rockies rallied from a five-run deficit to avoid a sweep with a 9-6 victory that moved the club back into third place and a game closer to .500.

Two Rockies prospects named to All-Star Futures Game

The Rockies’ farm system teams have landed two infield prospects on the Team USA roster for the Futures Game as a part of the MLB All-Star break.

Rockies’ Carlos Gonzalez departs game with apparent ankle injury

Colorado Rockies All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez departed Wednesday night's game with an apparent ankle injury.

WATCH: Stephen Cardullo’s first home run comes on his birthday

It's been a banner week for (now) 29-year-old Stephen Cardullo who earned his first hit this week and hit his first home run on his birthday.

Shaw crumbles after Freeland’s early exit, Rockies fall to Diamondbacks

The Colorado Rockies faltered after Kyle Freeland was forced to exit early with a left leg injury, falling to the Diamondbacks once again.

Keep the DH out of the National League

Despite the recent injuries to star pitchers the NL should continue the rule of the pitchers hitting for themselves and not adopt the DH

Drop your suspicions, the Rockies are legit (and believing it)

The Rockies are winning, and everyone in the clubhouse is convinced this team has what it takes to keep winning for the long haul.

Starting pitching struggles again as Rockies are swept in St. Louis

The Colorado Rockies' starting pitchers went 4.0, 5.0 and 4.0 innings respectively, dropping all three games of a road series with the St. Louis Cardinals.