Home-plate umpire and crew chief Kerwin Danley left Wednesday night’s Mets-Rockies game in the fourth inning when a pitch from Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood hit him on the left arm.
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy called joining a Rockies team battling for the playoffs “a breath of fresh air, even if the air is a little thinner.”
Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood is set for his first start since July 15, after spending some time on the disabled list with a calf strain. Chris Flexen will make his second career start for the Mets.
The Rockies didn’t manage a hit until the fifth inning Tuesday, but eventually, Nolan Arenado provided the needed jolts.
Charlie Blackmon crashed into the center-field wall to rob Asdrubal Cabrera to finish the top of the ninth inning, then scored the winning run on Nolan Arenado’s walk-off single in the bottom of the inning, as the Rockies beat the Mets, 5-4, at Coors Field on Tuesday night, and took the lead in the National […]
A pair of tested veterans in right-hander Pat Neshek and catcher Jonathan Lucroy were the reinforcements the Rockies acquired before Monday’s non-waiver Trade Deadline.
A mid-back strain prevented Rockies lefty reliever Jake McGee from pitching on Saturday night, which forced the club to place him on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Wednesday) on Sunday morning.
Former Royals and Braves general manager John Schuerholz, inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday, made many shrewd moves. One of them was his first trade — which landed him left-handed pitcher Bud Black, now the Rockies’ manager.
April and May seem long ago for Rockies rookie right-handed pitcher Antonio Senzatela. Nonetheless, he wants to turn back the clock.
Fans have anticipated Erick Fedde’s Major League debut ever since the Nationals drafted the promising prospect in the first round of the 2014 Draft. Yet when the day finally arrived on Sunday, with around 50 of Fedde’s family members in attendance, the Rockies spoiled the occasion, scoring seven runs (five earned) off the rookie over […]
If the Mets have any designs on a last-gasp Wild Card run, they’ll need to make the most of a three-game opportunity against the Rockies — who are still holding down the National League’s second Wild Card spot — beginning Tuesday in Denver.