The Colorado Rockies had three players on the MLB Network's top 100 list. Leading the way was Nolan Arenado.
Despite their youth, Colorado's rookie starters have plenty of innings under their collective belts to last into September, or longer (we hope).
The Colorado Rockies defeated the New York Mets Thursday afternoon, 6-4.
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.
With one swing of the bat, All-Star third baseman topped practically every previous moment in his already accomplished baseball career.
When Chad Bettis starts, the Rockies win. Colorado is 3-0 this season with Bettis on the mound, a streak he puts on the line on Friday
Postgame on Tuesday, the Thomas Jefferson product said he specifically needs to improve command on his off-speed pitches.
Rockies pitcher John Axford blew his perfect 12-for-12 game saving record in Wednesday night's game against the Arizona Diamondback in the ninth inning
The Rockies took down Cubs ace Jake Arrieta in a stunning performance on Tuesday as they exploited every inch of Coors Field.
The Rockies’ inability to hit with runners in scoring position might keep them home in August.