COLORADO ROCKIES NEWS
For the latest installment of the 20th and Blake podcast, MLB.com Executive Reporter Mark Feinsand joins Aniello Piro.
Colorado is in a bit of a sticky situation. The club is well within striking distance of returning to the postseason, but their inconsistencies have reflected a team not worthy of making the playoffs.
The Colorado Rockies lost to the San Francisco Giants Wednesday afternoon at Coors Field by a score of 11-5.
Originally acquired in a deadline deal with the Toronto Blue Jays, Seunghwan Oh's season is likely over after the team announced he will undergo surgery.
The Rockies' comeback efforts were undone by Wade Davis who once again saw his chance go wayward for the club, his fourth loss of the year.
The Colorado Rockies have yet to make an announcement, but per Brendan Rodgers' Instagram page, the youngster is out for the year after undergoing surgery.
The Colorado Rockies' annual nominee for the MLB Heart and Hustle Award was announced Tuesday, with catcher Tony Wolters taking home the honor.
Though the Colorado Rockies were able to hold the Giants to only a pair of runs in their second game of the day, their offense remained stagnant.
For his efforts in the week following the All-Star break, Daniel Murphy was named National League Player of the Week as the fourth Rockies' winner in 2019.
The San Francisco Giants embarrassed the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in the first game of a day-night doubleheader, winning by a score of 19-2.
Luke Zahlmann discusses the Colorado Rockies' series against the Reds, as well as the much-maligned return of Kyle Freeland.
The Colorado Rockies need momentum to make the postseason, a factor that enhanced Sunday with a second-half-opening series victory over the Reds.
Kyle Freeland made his long-awaited return to the Colorado Rockies, a homecoming that was met with severe bad luck and a lengthy delay. His next start will tell a truer tale.