Saturday, September 22, 2018

Ian Desmond to undergo surgery on broken left hand

First basemen Ian Desmond will undergo surgery to repair the 2nd metacarpal in his left hand, according to Thomas Harding of

Rockies to take things one step at a time with 1st base situation

Just under 30 games into the season, the Rockies have a problem at first base; however, the problem is one the Rockies are fortunate to be dealing with.

Rockies rhubarb: Bigger mistake, trading Holliday or firing Hurdle?

On Wednesday night Clint Hurdle and the Pittsburgh Pirates celebrated their postseason-clinching victory on the infield at Coors Field. The celebration had to be...

Rockies offense lifted by three homers in tough Petco Park to win 6-4 over...

Colorado started their big, interdivisional road trip with a win in San Diego, Monday. Somehow, the MLB's second-worst offense was able to put up six runs at pitcher-friendly Petco.

Tyler Anderson’s start pushed back, Jeff Hoffman to get the nod

In a surprise move, Tyler Anderson has reportedly been scratched from his scheduled start against the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday night.

Rockies walk off on Iannetta’s RBI single, end Memorial Day in style

The Colorado Rockies defeated the San Francisco Giants in walk-off fashion, 6-5 Monday night at Coors Field.

Pitcher Chad Bettis to rejoin Rockies for road series in Arizona

When the Colorado Rockies head down to the desert this weekend for a series Against the Arizona Diamondbacks, Bettis will be with them; though he won't play.
Colorado Sweet 16

The Colorado Sweet 16: What was the biggest Colorado sports story of the year?

While everybody's concerned about the NCAA Tournament, we're taking a look at the Colorado Sweet 16, where we break down the top Colorado sports stories of the year

HIGHLIGHTS: Arenado helps deliver USA’s first World Baseball Classic title

Nolan Arenado didn't put up the offensive numbers everyone expected, but he still played a role in helping deliver the United States' first-ever WBC title.

Betancourt shines in return to closer role

Rafael Betancourt, who got the call with a 2-0 lead in the ninth inning on Monday and showed he still has the stuff to be the Rockies’ answer at closer