Trevor Story homered and drove in three runs and Carlos Gonzalez had four hits — including his 15th home run of the season — as the Rockies beat the Yankees, 13-10, at Coors Field on Tuesday to win for the seventh time in the last nine games.
Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa doesn’t want to stop, now that he appears headed in the right direction.
The Rockies held their annual Charity Golf Classic at Pinery Country Club on Monday, bringing together 16 former and current players, along with several coaches.
Like many of those selected during the final rounds of the 2016 Draft, Rockies relief pitcher Jason Motte was just a name that came across the computer screen when the Cardinals picked in the 19th round in 2003.
Tyler Chatwood tossed his fifth quality start in six outings, and Carlos Gonzalez knocked in four runs, as the Rockies topped the Padres, 5-3, on Saturday at Coors Field.
The Rockies had seen left-hander Tyler Anderson display a fastball-changeup mix and uncommon smarts on the mound. But until Sunday, Anderson was mostly a name on a Minor League injury report to a skeptical fan base. In his Major League debut, however, Anderson brought the scouting report to life by holding the Padres to one […]
Rockies right fielder Carlos Gonzalez’s first turn to hit is his favorite. For example, his three-run homer during Saturday’s 5-3 victory over the Padres came his first time up.
Right-hander Nathan Eovaldi (6-2, 4.42) draws the starting call for the Yankees, opposite Colorado left-hander Jorge De La Rosa (2-4, 8.81) when the two teams open an Interleague series on Tuesday in Denver.
Tyler Anderson twirled a gem in his Major League debut and Mark Reynolds homered to lead the Rockies to a 2-1 rubber-match win over the Padres on Sunday at Coors Field.
With closer Jake McGee placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained MCL earlier in the day, there was uncertainty at the back of the Rockies’ bullpen. Carlos Estevez removed any question marks with a shutdown save in Colorado’s 5-3 win over San Diego Saturday.
The Rockies’ Draft began with high school right-hander Riley Pint, but as the process continued it became heavy with collegiate players — pitchers especially.
Three starting pitchers from the three-game series between the Padres and Rockies came up through the Rockies’ farm system as first-round Draft picks. Two of those three face off against each other in Sunday’s series finale.