Tag: German Marquez

Blackmon’s solo home run not enough as Rockies fall to Marlins...

German Marquez records a quality start, and Charlie Blackmon's solo home run accounts for the Rockies' only offense Saturday night in loss in Miami.

German Marquez’s struggles against lefties Sunday should be just a blip

Seven of the eight hits allowed by German Marquez on Sunday came from left-handed hitters.

The Rockies in 2018 are betting big on green

Gambling on a veteran closer paid huge dividends last season. This year the Rockies are doubling down by riding an extremely young pitching staff.

Blackmon homers twice as multiple clutch performances deliver 1st Rockies win...

Colorado had outstanding performances all over the field to earn their first win, none more important than Charlie Blackmon and his two-home runs.

PREDICTIONS: Rockies take aim at 2018, but where will they finish?

The Mile High Sports staff predicts the Rockies' 2018 season.

Kyle Freeland is moving ‘onward and upward’ following his storybook rookie...

"As rookies, we came together as one really and did an incredible job and kind of shocked a lot of people in the baseball world." - Kyle Freeland

Taking aim at their first NL West title, Rockies will go...

History proves it. The key to a successful Rockies season is having a lights-out bullpen and starters with the potential to surprise.

2018 Rockies Preview: Colorado’s success hinges on the starting rotation

The Rockies are putting huge faith in their young staff to rise to the occasion and help push them back to the postseason.

Pitchers and Catchers Report: Sizing up the starters

Casey Light and Benny Bash take a look at the starters who contributed significantly to last year's 87-win season and what 2018 should have in store for each one.

Bud Black says young, improving Rockies ‘aren’t in awe’ of the...

Manager Bud Black, on the 2018 Rockies: "Nothing is better than experience... They're not in awe of big-league hotels, flights, all that stuff. Now, they can concentrate on getting better and improving."