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Colorado Rockies
  • Rockies unravel in late innings vs. red-hot Royals

    The American League Central-leading Royals got their 22nd victory in the last 27 games with a crushing 7-4 win over the Rockies at Coors Field on Tuesday night.

  • Rockies win challenge on steal of third

    Rockies manager Walt Weiss challenged Nori Aoki's apparent steal of third and umpires quickly overturned third-base umpire Laz Diaz's safe call.

  • McBride promoted, Flande optioned to Triple-A

    The Rockies purchased the contract of first baseman-outfielder Matt McBride from Triple-A Colorado Springs for Tuesday night's game against the Royals, optioned left-hander Yohan Flande to Colorado Springs, and moved shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (left hip surgery) to the 60-day disabled list.

  • Betancourt may see Major League action

    Rafael Betancourt, 39, who was with the Rockies 2009-13 with most of that time as the closer, signed a Minor League deal this summer. He made 14 appearances at Rookie Ball Grand Junction (1-0, 2.03 ERA), before making scoreless appearances for Colorado Springs Sunday and Monday against Fresno.

  • Cuddyer scratched with sore hamstring

    Michael Cuddyer was scratched from the Rockies' lineup Tuesday against the Royals because of hamstring soreness. Drew Stubbs took his place in the order. Manager Walt Weiss said Cuddyer was available to pinch-hit.

  • CarGo has surgery, might not be ready by spring

    Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez had the middle third of the patella tendon repaired and a bursa sac removed in a surgery on Monday. Head athletic trainer Keith Dugger cautioned that it won't be known for months if Gonzalez will be healthy enough to begin Spring Training on time.

  • Dickerson considers Morneau his hitting mentor

    If Corey Dickerson stays hot and healthy, however, he has a chance to battle with mentor and teammate Justin Morneau -- at least average-wise.

  • McKenry a stabilizing force behind the plate

    Catcher Michael McKenry isn't just the Rockies' resident psychologist in shin guards. He's also an expert on what lost seasons can mean in the long run from his time with the Pirates.

  • Dickerson earns first NL Player of Week honor

    Corey Dickerson became the fourth Rockies player this season to be named the National League Player of the Week after leading the Majors in RBIs and total bases.

  • MLB Notebook: Another cycle for Cuddyer

    In the second game of a doubleheader at Coors Field on Sunday, Michael Cuddyer -- in his second game back after spending two months on the DL -- became the first player in 2014 to hit for the cycle.

  • Cuddyer's historic cycle: By the numbers

    Michael Cuddyer's eighth-inning double on Sunday night gave him a cycle -- the second of his career -- and put him in select company. Here are some historical facts and figures on Cuddyer's big night:

  • Cuddyer's cycle highlights Rockies' nightcap rally

    Michael Cuddyer hit for the cycle and drove in three runs as the Rockies erupted late for a 10-5 victory over the Reds in the second game of Sunday's doubleheader. The Rockies won the first game on a walk-off home run by Drew Stubbs.

  • Cuddyer hits for second career cycle

    On his first day back after missing 60 games with a fractured left shoulder, Rockies veteran Michael Cuddyer hit for the seventh cycle in club history Sunday night against the Reds in the second game of a doubleheader.

  • Helton's numbers stack up against the best

    Todd Helton, whose No. 17 became the first retired number in Rockies history, never focused on individual numbers. But those statistics may just land the first baseman in the Hall of Fame.

  • Stubbs delivers heroics for Rockies with walk-off HR

    Drew Stubbs hit a walk-off, three-run homer in the ninth inning to cap a wild rally for the Rockies in a 10-9 victory over the Reds in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Coors Field.

  • Helton's No. 17 becomes permanent part of Coors Field

    The Rockies celebrated the career of Todd Helton, who played 17 seasons with the organization, on Sunday by retiring his No. 17 during a ceremony at Coors Field.

  • Hawkins throws support behind LLWS team

    Seeing the Jackie Robinson West Little League out of Chicago qualify for the Little League World Series brought back memories for Rockies closer LaTroy Hawkins, who grew up in Gary, Ind.

  • Tulo could pass batting title torch to teammate

    Hours before he underwent season-ending surgery, Troy Tulowitzki disappeared from the league leaders in average. He was still hitting .340, but teammate Justin Morneau, with a .323 batting average going into Saturday's game, was listed atop the NL.

  • Cuddyer activated from disabled list

    For the corresponding moves to activate Michael Cuddyer from the 60-day disabled list, the Rockies transferred left-hander Brett Anderson (back surgery) to the 60-day DL and optioned first baseman Ben Paulsen to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

  • Morneau, LeMahieu nursing injuries

    Justin Morneau was nursing a stiff neck Saturday and second baseman DJ LeMahieu continues to rest a sore ankle stemming from Ramon Santiago's takeout slide at second in the fourth inning of Friday's 3-2 loss to the Reds.

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