fter giving up a career-high four home runs but still picking up his 10th win on Monday, Clayton Kershaw will look to help the Dodgers pad their lead in the National West when he returns to the mound to face the Rockies and righty Tyler Chatwood on Saturday at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles has won eight in a row and 14 of its last 15 games.
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Despite losing Julio Urias before the game to shoulder surgery and Corey Seager during the game with a hamstring cramp, the first-place Dodgers kept on winning Friday night, 6-1 over the Rockies, their eighth consecutive victory, ninth straight at Dodger Stadium and 14th in their last 15 games overall.
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Rockies starter Chad Bettis has had a wide range of emotions in the past year. He has enjoyed the birth of his first child, but between learning of his wife's pregnancy and the birth of his daughter, he was diagnosed with cancer not once, but twice -- when he first learned of his testicular cancer last November, and when he learned it had spread in March.
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In his 11th season in the Majors, Rockies first baseman Mark Reynolds is over any hand-wringing because of a slump, especially if it's more like a mini-slump with more than three months to play. The Rockies have lost three straight, the latest a 6-1 setback at Dodger Stadium on Friday night. They haven't lost four in a row this season, and they face Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw on Saturday night.
The massaging of the Rockies' starting rotation has begun. Lefty Tyler Anderson, who returned Thursday with a relief inning after missing three weeks with left knee inflammation, will rejoin the rotation Sunday against the Dodgers, Rockies manager Bud Black said after Friday night's 6-1 loss at Dodger Stadium.
After a dominant start to his season with Class A Advanced Carolina, Corbin Burnes is continuing to make it look easy in Double-A.
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The Rockies' young starting rotation, which had been one of the team's biggest bright spots nearly halfway through the season, hit a bump in the road against the D-backs.
Zack Godley pitched like a veteran in his first career start at Coors Field as the D-backs took the rubber game, 10-3, from the Rockies on Thursday afternoon. After a Charlie Blackmon solo home run to lead off the first, Godley settled in to keep the Rockies off the scoreboard again until the eighth.
As if the Rocky Mountain wonder needs another weapon at the plate, Charlie Blackmon proved in Thursday's 10-3 loss to the D-backs he may have added one.
Tell Rockies leadoff hitter Charlie Blackmon that on-base percentage is crucial for a leadoff hitter, and he's fine with that. But the theory that walks are a primary route to the bases?
Lefty Tyler Anderson returned to the Rockies' active roster with an eventful but scoreless ninth inning during Thursday's 10-3 loss to the D-backs. When he will return to the starting rotation should be known in the coming days.
The D-backs' game-turning, record-setting, fourth-inning rally Wednesday night began with a Brandon Drury two-run double that elicited businesslike fist bumps. By the end of a 10-run, nine-hit frame that led to a 16-5 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field, there was triumphant high-fiving and skipping in the dugout.
Rookie right-hander Jeff Hoffman lost the touch with his pitches and found himself on dubious pages of the Rockies' record book.
Rockies right-handed relief pitcher Chad Qualls felt normal during a 20-to-25-pitch bullpen session Wednesday and expects to be ready by June 28 -- when he is eligible to return from the 10-day disabled list.
Newly signed second-round pick Ryan Vilade had Rockies connections before he was drafted earlier this month. Vilade, 18, an infielder from Stillwater (Okla.) High School, grew up around the game thanks to the coaching career of his father, James.
The crowd at Coors Field was too delirious over the latest Nolan Arenado exploit to find the rhythm for an "MVP!" chant Tuesday night. But the message even pierced Arenado's intense concentration as he stood at third after his two-run triple in the bottom of the eighth delivered a 4-3 Rockies victory over the D-backs.
On Tuesday night, Carlos Gonzalez put his signature on a Zack Greinke changeup by blasting it 449 feet to dead center for his longest homer of the year during the Rockies' 4-3 victory over the D-backs at Coors Field.
Parra dances with CarGo's bat before homer
The occasion of Joe West umpiring his 5,000th Major League game on Tuesday night brought to mind a different milestone for Rockies manager Bud Black -- his first career ejection.
Two of the great players of our time -- Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado -- are on the same field for the key three-game set between the D-backs and Rockies that begins Tuesday night at Coors Field. But the relative anonymity afforded these two consistently underrated stalwarts is, thankfully, dissipating here in 2017.
Is the NL West a reincarnation of the NL Central of two years ago? That was the year that the Cardinals won the division with 100 victories, followed by the Pirates (98), and the Cubs (97). There was a lot of tsk-tsking inside the industry -- wasn't it a shame that one of these elite teams that dominated throughout a 162-game grind was going to go home after just one playoff game?
How close to returns are rehabbing starters like Jon Gray? What kind of encore can the Rox expect after a dominant weekend capped by Nolan Arenado's thrilling cycle? Beat reporter Thomas Harding answers those questions and more in the Inbox.
Center fielder Charlie Blackmon is in solid shape to become the first Rockies player to be voted a National League All-Star starter since 2014. Also, third baseman Nolan Arenado -- whose performance Sunday should touch off a rush to the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot -- and second baseman DJ LeMahieu are in the mix at their positions.
Nolan Arenado smacked a three-run, walk-off homer Sunday to beat the Giants, 7-5, and complete his first career cycle.
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Nolan Arenado completed an improbable cycle with a three-run homer off Mark Melancon in the bottom of the ninth to give the National League West-leading Rockies a 7-5 victory to complete a four-game sweep of the Giants at Coors Field.
It's one thing to have a player hit home runs on both Mother's Day and Father's Day in the same season. It's quite another to have two players on the same team do it, one of whom hits a walk-off shot to complete the cycle and send his first-place club to a four-game sweep.
Arenado mimics CarGo with walk-off HR in cycle
Lefty Kyle Freeland worked around eight Giants hits in six innings to give the National League West-leading Rockies their 26th win by a rookie starter in a 5-1 victory over the Giants at Coors Field on Saturday afternoon.
The Rockies have cause to be excited about offense from the catching spot, no matter who is playing.
Rockies vice president of scouting Bill Schmidt insists he isn't this smart, even though the scouts make him look that way.
Bobby Bradley's season got off to a rough start as he went hitless in seven of his first 10 days and batted just .176 over the month of April. However, Bradley picked it up by hitting .271 in May, and after another strong performance on Saturday, the Indians' No. 4 prospect is batting .309 in June and .250 for the season.
The Rockies continued their celebration of MLB's Play Ball Weekend by hosting their region's Scotts Pitch Hit & Run event at Coors Field Saturday morning. Twenty-four kids, ranging in age from 7 to 14, participated in a baseball and softball skills competition, featuring hitting off a tee, running from second to home and pitching to a target.
The Rockies continued their recent dominance over the Giants by winning their seventh consecutive game against San Francisco, 10-8, on a hot night at Coors Field on Friday. Following a 10-9 victory Thursday, the Rockies outslugged the Giants again, this time getting home runs from Ian Desmond and Trevor Story.