Tag: Tony Wolters

PREVIEW: Rockies head midwest to take on Cardinals

The red-hot Rockies head on the road to take on the Redbirds in St. Louis.

PREVIEW: Rockies head northwest to face red-hot Mariners in weekend series

Tonight, the Rockies and Mariners face off in the first game of a three-game series. We look at pitching matchups, who's hot and who's not and more.

Rockies sneak past Reds in series opener

The Colorado Rockies started Memorial Day weekend off on a good note Friday night as they defeated the Cincinnati Reds by a score of 5-4. 

Saturday’s finish no real surprise for walk-prone Rockies and Braves

Rockies Manager Bud Black explains why there was no need for Tony Wolters to take the bat off his shoulder in the final at-bat of Saturday's walk-off win.

Walk-off walk pushes Rockies to victory against Braves

The Colorado Rockies defeated the Atlanta Braves Saturday night in walk-off fashion at Coors Field, 3-2, to even the three-game series at one game apiece. 

Four Rockies prospects who could make a big (league) splash this...

Even with so much talent already on the big league roster, there are a few names that will be making themselves known sooner than later.

Pitchers and Catchers Report: Breaking down the backstops

Casey Light and Shawn Drotar examine the four catchers on the 40-man roster and look at moves Colorado could still make to shore up the position.

2018 Rockies Preview: Will Tony Wolters and Chris Iannetta suffice behind...

The catcher position is coming into focus for the Rockies in 2018 and Manager Bud Black will have a few intriguing options to mix-and-match.

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."

Rockies fall to Dodgers in regular season finale, set sights on...

The Rockies finished their inaugural regular season under Manager Bud Black with a record of 87-75, the third-best single-season record in team history.