Tag: Tyler Anderson
The Colorado Rockies tinkered with their starting rotation, shifting Chad Bettis to the bullpen. The move is aiming to set Bettis and the organization up for success in the long run.
The Colorado Rockies continued their winning ways in the fifth game of their current seven-game homestand, defeating the Washington Nationals 7-5 in the first game of a three-game set.
The Colorado Rockies recently got back a pair of hitters in Ryan McMahon and David Dahl from the injured list, but lost Kyle Freeland on Monday.
The Colorado Rockies announced that left-handed pitcher Tyler Anderson has been placed on the 10-day injured list with left knee inflammation. Yency Almonte was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque in correspondence with the move.
The Rockies, prior to their first meeting with the Los Angeles Dodgers, were the former. After a two-game flawless spree to begin the 2019 slate, the offense has gone cold. Compounding their issues is a rotation that has lacked consistency outside of their top-two spots.
For the latest 20th and Blake podcast, Luke Zahlmann discusses the Colorado Rockies return home to face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the club's opening homebound series of the 2019 season.
After a game winning home-run by Chris Iannetta on Wednesday helped get Colorado back in the win column, the Rockies are looking to build on that in their home opener today at Coors Field.
The game followed a similar plot to the two that preceded it. The hitters failed to find a groove, while the pitchers struggled to hold on in their stead. A familiar formula, the results have remained stagnant as well. Ahead are the takeaways from the Rockies' third consecutive loss.
Topics include breaking down the pitching matchups from the series and taking a look at Sandy Alcantara's dominant outing for the Miami Marlins. Zahlmann also takes a look at the road ahead for the Rockies and the projected starters for the club's series against the Tampa Bay Rays.
With a 7-3 loss at the hands of the Miami Marlins, the Colorado Rockies assured themselves of failing to reach the 162-0 mark along with every other team since the league's inception. The Rockies failed to capitalize on the momentum from their first two wins, their biggest problem being on the mound.