Friday, February 28, 2020
Jorge De La Rosa

Jorge De La Rosa’s time in Colorado may be quickly coming to an end

Jorge De La Rosa has been one of the best pitchers in Colorado Rockies history, but it may be about time that the two go their separate ways

Rockies continue dominance over Giants but show signs for concern

Despite a big offensive output, Colorado struck out 13 times and the bullpen struggled to put San Francisco away in the first of a four-game series.

Behind all three phases, Rockies enter Blue Jays series on a roll

Following back-to-back series victories versus Baltimore and Arizona, the Rockies are 28-27 this season and are playing consistent, sound ball.

Story blasts homer, but NL loses sixth straight All-Star Game to AL sluggers

Story, whose 68 RBI at the break set a new National League record for shortstops, fared better than the Rockies' other two All-Stars -- outfielder Charlie Blackmon (0-for-3, K) and starting third baseman Nolan Arenado (0-for-2, BB, K).

Three up, Three down: Vetting the vets in the final days

Which veterans have made a statement as the clock winds down, and who should be checking their watch heading into next year?

Rockies receive mixed news in training room, lose top starter

The Colorado Rockies recently got back a pair of hitters in Ryan McMahon and David Dahl from the injured list, but lost Kyle Freeland on Monday.

Verlander and McCann produce on both sides of the ball to down Rockies

Justin Verlander pitched six solid innings and had an RBI single agains the Rockies. Catcher James McCann hit a three-run home run to do them in.

Colorado Rockies are finally finding their offensive power, but will that be enough?

The Colorado Rockies desperately need more production from their lineup beyond their star players. If Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon are the only players to hit, the Rockies will fall short.

MORNING MINUTE: More trouble for Jon Gray’s big toe

The Rockies beat Madison Bumgarner and the Giants, but what most fans are concerned about was the early departure of ace Jon Gray.

Harrison Musgrave makes first MLB roster; Chris Rusin to 10-day DL

In his Minor League career, Musgrave is 31-19 with a 4.02 ERA (413.2 IP, 185 ER), 409 hits, 122 walks and 344 strikeouts in 80 appearances, 78 starts.