Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Tag: Trevor Story

Comparing one great Rockies shortstop to another: Story versus Tulowitzki

Troy Tulowitzki was superb for the Rockies during his time here, but Trevor Story may be even better over the long run.

PREVIEW: Rockies head to the desert to tango with Diamondbacks

The Rockies visit Arizona for a pivotal, three-game series in Phoenix.

The Heart of a Fan: an open letter to the Rockies

Mile High Sports' CEO pens an open letter to the Rockies.

Story blasts homer, but NL loses sixth straight All-Star Game to...

Story, whose 68 RBI at the break set a new National League record for shortstops, fared better than the Rockies' other two All-Stars -- outfielder Charlie Blackmon (0-for-3, K) and starting third baseman Nolan Arenado (0-for-2, BB, K).

Will the All-Star break cool off the red-hot Rockies?

All-Star shortstop Trevor Story and first baseman Ian Desmond have been heating up; can they sustain that performance for the rest of the season?

Red-hot Story named National League Player of the Week

Trevor Story earned National League Player of the Week honors for his offensive explosion at Coors Field last week.

Rockies walk-off versus Mariners in style entering All-Star break

The Colorado Rockies defeated the Seattle Mariners in walk-off fashion Sunday afternoon, 4-3. The series sweep pushed the Rockies record to six games over .500. 

Trevor Story continues to swing a hot bat heading into the...

Trevor Story has been red-hot at the plate for the Colorado Rockies. After picking up four RBI in Friday night's victory over Seattle, Story (67) has the third-most RBI before the All-Star break in National League history. The young short stop's recent success is indicative of a more focused approach at the plate in 2018.

Trevor Story on pace for career year in 2018

Trevor Story is enjoying his best season as a professional, and he joined the Afternoon Drive to discuss that success and more.

Three All-Stars lead the Rockies into battle on Blake Street against...

The Rockies’ three All-Stars might get the glory, but it’s the team’s starting pitching that’s kept them in the playoff hunt.