Rockies lefty Kyle Freeland continued his push for a rotation spot by striking out five in five innings, and delivering a two-RBI single, in a 10-2 victory over the Indians on Wednesday afternoon at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
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Rockies catcher Tony Wolters answered questions, via the MLB Fans App and Twitter, in the Edward Jones Chatting Cage on Wednesday.
Wednesday morning started with a mariachi band at the Rockies' camp. But shortly thereafter, disappointed groans filled the air. As former Rockies star and current front office special assistant Vinny Castilla -- a proud native of Mexico -- geared up for the finals of the team's table tennis tournament, a mariachi band strode into the clubhouse playing music in support.
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Astros' No. 13 prospect J.D. Davis is hitting well lately, going 3-for-4 on Wednesday and notching multihit games in three of his past six contests.
Rockies Nation, baseball fans and, well, good people everywhere received a happy and hopeful tweet before bed Monday night.
Tyler Chatwood felt a little stuffy, allergies and all. And he was working Tuesday while his Rockies teammates had the day off. But it was a good day.
A quick glance around the Rockies' clubhouse Monday morning revealed a roomful of players with wide smiles on their faces. Carlos Gonzalez was back from the World Baseball Classic, and rather than lament the second-round exit by Team Venezuela, he and his teammates reveled in the opportunity to be back together as a team.
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The Rockies are working to get a handful of players back onto Salt River Fields at their Spring Training complex, but their thoughts on Monday were with pitcher Chad Bettis.
Anyone skipping the last two innings at Salt River Fields to beat Monday's rush-hour traffic missed the rush of seeing Rockies reliever Jairo Diaz make his first Cactus League appearance after missing all of last season following Tommy John surgery.
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The Cubs and Rockies each got strong performances from starters expected to be stalwarts in their rotations Monday. The teams played a tight game through seven innings in front of a sellout crowd of 13,380 at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick before Matt Szczur's two-run homer paced a six-run eighth in a 9-6 Cubs victory.
Using his rising fastball and full complement of secondary pitches, Rockies righty Jon Gray stifled a representative Athletics lineup to the tune of seven strikeouts in five one-run innings of a 9-2 victory Sunday at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Rockies' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
Rockies outfielder Gerardo Parra is hitting .371 after a 2-for-3 performance in Sunday's 9-2 victory over the Athletics.
The Rockies are convincing right-handed reliever Jordan Lyles to be a little less civilized. Shifted to the bullpen last season, Lyles saw a bump in velocity and break on his pitches. The next step is for Lyles to adopt a reliever's aggressiveness.
Rockies right-hander Jeff Hoffman turned a slow start into a positive Sunday, when he pitched 4 2/3 innings in a Triple-A game against the Cubs on Sunday.
Rockies right-hander Jason Motte's mission: to figure whether he can return to his former self, or how to adjust if he never achieves the 97.1 mph average fastball velocity he clocked when helping the Cardinals win the 2011 World Series.
The sight of Rockies fan Josh Pugh's 16-inch "Mile High Mohawk" is unforgettable, and it earned him a memorable trip to Spring Training on Sunday, thanks to MLB and the "TODAY Show" on NBC.
Carlos Perez homered and Mike Trout and Albert Pujols drove in one run apiece to help propel the Angels to a 9-3 win over the Rockies on Saturday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon believes if he can maintain concentration on his hitting plan through Spring Training, he'll be OK for the regular season.
Harrison Musgrave sustained his hopes of joining the Rockies' rotation by limiting the Giants to one hit in three innings, and Colorado prevailed, 5-1.
After undergoing surgery to repair his broken left hand, Ian Desmond has found a positive in his expected absence of four to six weeks. Call it a first-base study program.
Stephen Cardullo is showing the Rockies once more that a sliver of opportunity is more than enough for him to make an impression.
Jordan Watson, a pitcher in the D-backs' organization, wishes there were Play Ball events like the one here on Friday morning when he was a kid. Watson had a hardscrabble life growing up in Oklahoma City, Okla., and baseball was his refuge.
Nick Parson grew up with a fascination of baseball. He is, after all, the great-great-grandson of Harry M. Stevens, the man who created the game program and is also credited with creating what the world knows today as the hot dog.
Jon Gray was putting in a regular workout in between starts last summer when a member of the Coors Field grounds crew asked what Gray did with his hair when he cut it.
Rockies manager Bud Black said Thursday that surgery on first baseman Ian Desmond's broken left hand went so well that Desmond could be back in the Rockies' lineup by mid April. Dr. Donald Sheridan conducted the operation in Scottsdale on Wednesday. Desmond was hit Sunday on the second metacarpal of the left hand by a pitch from the Reds' Rookie Davis during Sunday's game. The club didn't initially indicate a timetable, but now Black said it's looking like four to six weeks.
By simplifying his pitch mix, Rockies right-hander Scott Oberg is pushing into contention for a bullpen job. Oberg, 27, whose 2016 season was cut short by blood clots in his right forearm, faced the heart of the Angels' lineup with a one-run lead in the fifth inning of Thursday's 8-7 loss. In 11 pitches, Oberg had a perfect inning with a strikeout.
Dustin Garneau's three-run homer and Rafael Ynoa's solo shot lifted the Rockies early, but the Angels scored four in the ninth inning to win, 8-7, on Thursday in a game featuring solid work by both starting pitchers at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
We did a Rockies Opening Day roster prediction a few weeks ago, with the warning that injuries do and will happen. Camp has lived up to that guarantee (although the need for pitcher Chad Bettis to undergo chemotherapy for testicular cancer is not what anyone expects or wants), so it's time to take a fresh look at how manager Bud Black's first Rockies roster could look April 3 at Milwaukee.
New Rockies closer Greg Holland had understandable nerves and excitement on Wednesday, pitching in front of fans for the first time in the 18 months since Tommy John surgery.
After Milwaukee's Chase Anderson and Colorado's Kyle Freeland both turned in solid starts, Cristhian Adames hit a two-run, walk-off homer to lead the Rockies to a 5-4 win at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Wednesday.
Left-hander Kyle Freeland understood the logic in the Rockies not calling him up from Triple-A Albuquerque at the end of last season. But he saw nothing wrong with using it as motivation to try to claim one of two open spots in the 2017 rotation.
A catcher's path to the Majors is full of obstacles that are often beyond a player's control. So, the Rockies' Dustin Garneau and Anthony Bemboom are simply taking care of what they can.