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Colorado Rockies
  • Bats limited as Rockies drop series finale vs. D-backs

    The Rockies fell in their series finale with the D-backs, 6-2, on Sunday at Chase Field, losing their third straight series against Arizona.

  • Rockies ready for bonus action against Giants

    Including the resumption of a May 22 suspended game, the Giants and Rockies potentially have 12 1/2 innings of baseball to play on Labor Day. That means two chances for the Giants to cement their lead in the National League Wild Card race with the first game being tied at 2 in the bottom of the sixth.

  • Callups available when suspended game continues

    The Rockies' coming series with the Giants will eschew a normal three- or four-game schedule and will instead last about three and a half games thanks to a suspended game earlier in the year.

  • Matzek wins duel as Rockies blank D-backs

    Thanks to a gem from starter Tyler Matzek and solid relief work, the Rockies came out on the winning side of a pitchers' duel on Saturday night at Chase Field, taking the second game of their series with the D-backs, 2-0.

  • Inciarte out at first as D-backs lose challenge

    The D-backs lost a manager's challenge in the bottom of the fifth inning on Saturday night. Ender Inciarte was ruled out to end the inning, and after review, it was ruled that the call would stand.

  • Rox hope Brothers can finish season strong

    Rockies manager Walt Weiss said he wants to take some pressure off Rex Brothers, but it's especially tough because of Brothers' role in the bullpen.

  • Weiss says Kahnle looks good in BP session

    Reliever Tommy Kahnle took a step toward returning to the Rockies' bullpen, throwing a live batting-practice session on Saturday before the game against the D-backs.

  • Rockies give back late lead in rocky eighth inning

    Despite pulling out a late lead, Colorado's bullpen wasn't able to hold it, imploding as the Rockies fell to the D-backs, 5-2, on Friday night.

  • Anderson named Texas League Pitcher of the Year

    Rockies Minor League pitcher Tyler Anderson was named the Texas League's Pitcher of the Year on Thursday. Anderson, the Rockies' No. 12 prospect, finished his season with Double-A Tulsa with a 6-4 record, a 2.08 ERA and 100 strikeouts in 112 1/3 innings pitched.

  • No plans on limiting Matzek's workload

    With the abundance of injuries to pitchers, some teams are being cautious and limiting the innings their young pitchers throw. But there have been no plans to limit rookie starter Tyler Matzek entering the last month of the season.

  • Replay confirms Rockies get Pence out at plate

    The Giants unsuccessfully challenged an umpire's decision in the eighth inning of their 4-1 victory over the Rockies in which Hunter Pence was thrown out at home plate.

  • Lyles scores lone Rockies run in loss to Giants

    Another game at pitcher-friendly AT&T Park for the Rockies, another rough game in the batter's box for their injury-depleted lineup. The Rockies recorded just four hits on Thursday afternoon and lost to the Giants for a third consecutive game, 4-1. In the four-game series, the Rockies totaled just six runs.

  • Rockies raise their game against rivals

    The Rockies may be in last place in the National League West, but they've had a substantial impact on the top of the division standings. The Dodgers hold a 4 1/2-game advantage on the Giants for first place. One key difference between the rivals? Their performances against the Rockies. Even with a 4-1 win over the Rox on Thursday, the Giants are just 7-8 against Colorado this season, while the Dodgers are 9-4.

  • Rockies, Brewers unable to complete Morneau deal

    Jon Heyman of MLB Network reported Thursday that the Brewers and Rockies discussed a trade that would send Justin Morneau to Milwaukee, but ultimately couldn't reach an agreement.

  • Rockies rally in ninth, then lose on walk-off

    The Rockies tied Wednesday night's game with a run off Giants closer Santiago Casilla in the top of the ninth, but a two-run blast into AT&T Park's left-field bleachers by Buster Posey off Juan Nicasio in the bottom of the ninth sent Colorado to a 4-2 loss in walk-off fashion.

  • Logan, Rosario placed on 15-day DL

    The Rockies announced Wednesday that lefty reliever Boone Logan (left elbow inflammation) and catcher Wilin Rosario (left wrist inflammation) were placed on the 15-day disabled list.

  • De La Rosa to make next start

    Jorge De La Rosa won't miss his next scheduled start, manager Walt Weiss confirmed before Wednesday night's game.

  • Rockies stymied in one-hit shutout loss

    While Justin Morneau eventually wiped out a perfect game from Giants southpaw Madison Bumgarner with a leadoff double in the eighth inning Tuesday, the Rockies were outmatched in a 3-0 loss to San Francisco.

  • De La Rosa's start ends with thumb injury

    Colorado starter Jorge De La Rosa left Tuesday night's 3-0 loss to the Giants in the bottom of the sixth inning with a left thumb contusion after giving up a two-run homer to catcher Buster Posey.

  • Morneau in rare company for Canadians

    With a pair of singles in Monday night's 3-2 victory over the Giants, Justin Morneau jumped into second place on the all-time hits list for Canadian-born players.

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