Tag: NL West
Colorado used a mix of strong starting pitching, excellent fielding, timely hitting and a solid bullpen to make themselves the buzz of the town through May.
If the season is a marathon for the other 29 teams in Major League Baseball, it must feel like the Leadville 100 for the Colorado Rockies.
A Colorado summer is filled with so many options, but one distinct-to-Colorado adventure has yet to be tackled: Winning the National League West.
To anyone worried that the Rockies will struggle early because three key players are starting the season on the disabled list: There's no need for panic.
If the Rockies truly want to put their names on the map and attempt to become serious contenders in the National League they need to answer three questions.
If the Colorado Rockies can have a successful road trip in two tough cities, the schedule will soften and give Colorado a chance to go on a run
It's been a long time since baseball was relevant in late June, and it feels so good!
Colorado dropped back-to-back series to two of the worst teams in the National League.
Thomas Harding and Gil Whiteley discuss the Rockies' pitching prospects and whether or not Colorado can stay in the race in the NL West.
Rockies GM Jeff Bridich's most recent comments suggest there will be changes made at Coors Field if the product on the field doesn't improve.