The Rockies will play beyond their final regularly scheduled regular season game for the first time since 2009.
A win in their next two games or a Brewers loss would solidify the Rockies' first trip to the postseason in eight years.
Charlie Blackmon’s impressive 2017 season will be remembered in the history books for years to come.
Riding a six-run fourth inning, the Rockies stop a late Diamondbacks rally and sweep the series 4-0, punching their ticket to the franchise's first World Series berth.
‘ROCKTOBER’ REVISITED: Tulowitzki grand slam and Brewers’ late-inning efforts bring Rockies Wild Card deficit...
Troy Tulowitzki hits a grand slam, Rockies' offense explodes while the Brewers beat the Padres in extra innings, leaving the Rockies only one game back from the Wild Card.
Despite surrendering two runs in the 13th inning, the Rockies would rally for three of their own to secure their first postseason appearance in a dozen seasons.
If the Rockies win two games, they're in the playoffs no matter what. If they win one game, they're still basically in.
It's been eight years since the Colorado Rockies were in this position. The postseason is in finally in sight, and this time, the boys in purple don't need anybody's help.
In a press release, the Rockies noted that "the Roberto Clemente Award is the annual recognition of a player from each of the 30 MLB Clubs who best represents the game of baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field. Ian Desmond easily checks all those boxes.
A loss to the Diamondbacks put the Rockies two games behind the Padres with two games to go. To make the Wild Card, the Rockies would need to win out... and would need some help from the Milwaukee Brewers.