Jeff Francis pitches a gem, and the Rockies' bats rally in the early innings to stake a 1-0 NLCS lead.
With a strong effort from both starting and relief pitching, the Rockies sweep the Philadelphia Phillies and move on to the NLCS, where they would face their in-division rival Arizona Diamondbacks
The memories of this Colorado Rockies season will live on long past the sting of the Wild Card loss to Arizona.
Remembering the down years at Coors Field helps us appreciate seasons like 2017 (and the ballpark in general).
The Rockies put up one hell of a fight last night, but errors by the pitching staff were too much for the team to overcome.
The story of the 2017 Rockies is complete. It unfortunately has an ending where the good guys lose, but somehow we will love them all the same.
All good things come to an end, and that's what happened to the 2017 Colorado Rockies season Wednesday night at Chase Field.
Rockies manager Bud Black and Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo have set their rosters and starting lineups for the Wild Card game, setting the stage for the Rockies' first postseason appearance since 2009.
Rockies pitcher Jon Gray has become the Rockies' best starting pitcher, but don't call him an "ace" -- not yet, at least.
Starting pitcher Franklin Morales started off shaky, but the Rockies' bats warmed up in the fourth to give them the game, bringing the series lead to 2-0.
Arizona was one of the hottest teams in baseball heading into the playoffs, so can the Rockies get the win and move on?
One game. One chance. To show that “Coors Field stats” don’t define a ballplayer. To show that an MVP is an MVP, regardless of where he plays.
The Rockies, with a pair of MVP candidates in Charlie Blackmon and Nolan Arenado, are loaded with power throughout the lineup and have boom-or-bust potential, while the Diamondbacks sport a pair of the league's best hitters in Paul Goldschmidt and mid-season acquisition J.D. Martinez.