German Marquez has been rock solid on the mound each of the past few seasons for the Colorado Rockies, but he is primed for a breakout season in 2019 with a revamped pitch arsenal.
For the latest 20th and Blake podcast, Aniello Piro recaps the Rockies seven-game road trip and previews their upcoming nine-game homestand.
During warmups ahead of Saturday nights game, Rockies' shortstop Trevor Story caught up with former player turned broadcaster, Alex Rodriguez.
The Colorado Rockies have signed Jorge De La Rosa to a minor league contract. Mile High Sports has received confirmation of the deal.
The Colorado Rockies fell for the fifth time in their last six games, this time to the Los Angeles Dodgers in their home opener Friday afternoon, 9-4.
Opening Day is one of the best days of the year if you are a baseball fan. The first home game of the season is marked on the calendars of Colorado Rockies' fans far and wide with many packing the streets of Denver for a day of baseball at 20th and Blake.
Jeff Passan of ESPN reports that the Rockies and the 24-year-old hurler came to terms on a deal that will keep Marquez locked up through the 2023 season. The deal eliminates Marquez' pre-arbitration years, all of arbitration and one year of free agency.
Starting pitcher Jon Gray is the crux of the Colorado Rockies rotation in 2019. The 27-year-old flamethrower will take the mound Sunday afternoon against the Miami Marlins and is looking to start the most critical season of his career off on a strong note.
Regardless if DJ LeMahieu is a viable option for the Colorado Rockies, the team should absolutely look to add a second baseman if they intend to contend for a World Series in 2019.