Monday, April 22, 2019

Rockies fall to Giants in 18 inning snoozefest

The Colorado Rockies lost to the San Francisco Giants 3-2 in 18 innings.

The Rockies are off to their worst start since 2005

There is still time for the Colorado Rockies to right the ship and get back on track this season, but they have shown no signs of breaking out of their current six-game losing streak.

Takeaways as Rockies squander quality outing from Gray, fall to Giants

In the last 52 innings, those woes have failed to yield a single lead, a determining factor in an 0-5 homestand against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves, followed by an opening loss to the Giants.

20th and Blake Podcast: A preview of the Rockies’ road trip

For the latest 20th and Blake Podcast, Aniello Piro discusses the Rockies' upcoming road trip and recaps their winless homestand.

Rockies roam to the bay with several questions looming

The Colorado Rockies are off the a horrific start to their 2019 campaign, a beginning they hope reverses course in San Francisco against the Giants.

Rockies woes continue vs. Braves, drop fifth consecutive game

The Colorado Rockies were defeated by the Atlanta Braves Tuesday night, 7-1. The Rockies are currently 3-9 this season and have dropped five consecutive games, all of which have been at home.

20th and Blake Podcast: The Rockies’ losses continue to pile up

Topics include the offense getting better slowly, the pitching staff in shambles and the effects of the latest injury news for the club. 
Colorado Rockies left fielder David Dahl (26) runs the bases after hitting a solo home run in the fourth inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Coors Field.

Rockies place David Dahl on Injured List, adding to their woes

The hits keep on coming for the Colorado Rockies, this time it is their young outfielder, David Dahl. 

Josh Fuentes and the sprint to first after nearly walking away

With the Rockies struggling, Josh Fuentes has a legit opportunity to establish himself at the major league level and help right the ship for Colorado.
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Kyle Freeland (21) delivers a pitch in the third inning against the Atlanta Braves at Coors Field.

Rockies offense shows life, Atlanta still walks away victorious

No time machine is coming anytime soon for the Colorado Rockies as their struggles to open the 2019 season continued on Monday night.