Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Tag: Ian Desmond

Rocktober coming to theatres in the Mile High City this fall

Fans should believe in the rotation, believe in the bullpen and most importantly believe in Black. Colorado will be playing baseball well into October again in 2017..

Bud Black believes in Rockies’ depth, which will be tested as...

Bud Black has been impressed with what he has seen both out of the present and future of the Rockies organization.

Ian Desmond to undergo surgery on broken left hand

First basemen Ian Desmond will undergo surgery to repair the 2nd metacarpal in his left hand, according to Thomas Harding of

Bud Black on Ian Desmond: He’ll bounce back from this

Newly acquired first baseman Ian Desmond was struck by an errant pitch from Reds right-hander Rookie Davis, fracturing a bone in Desmond's left hand.

Colorado Rockies lose first baseman Ian Desmond to a fractured hand

"At least it's spring; you never like to see these things at any time, but he'll bounce back from this," Rockies manager Bud Black said.

Nolan Arenado talks expectations, putting in the work to stay on...

"The last couple of years have been pretty special, but I want to continue to have those special years," Arenado told Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports Radio.

Bullpen, offense solid in Rockies’ spring training opener

Baseball is back. Sort of. The Colorado Rockies began spring training on a high note Saturday by beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-4 at Salt River Fields.

A new season, another new position for Ian Desmond

Desmond, not a first baseman by trade, is naturally a shortstop. Last year he played left field and center field for the Texas Rangers, hitting .285.

There’s nothing crazy about believing in the 2017 Rockies

With a bolstered bullpen and Bud Black in the fold, it's not such a wild idea to think that the Rockies will contend in the NL West.

Colorado Rockies bring back Mark Reynolds on a minor-league deal

Ian Desmond is expected to start at first for the Rockies next season; but the retention of Reynolds does open up some interesting possibilities.