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Colorado Rockies
  • Altuve, Morneau, Harper to play in Japan series

    Jose Altuve and Justin Morneau, this season's batting champions, and Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper were named Tuesday to the MLB All-Star team that will play in the Japan All-Star Series 2014.

  • Injuries take their toll on Rockies in tough season

    The number of injuries, and the strangeness of some of them, are well-documented factors in a Rockies season that started promising, but descended into a fourth straight below-.500 season. But manager Walt Weiss realizes that much losing turns reasons into excuses in the eyes of fans.

  • Rockies hoping for more health, depth in 2015

    Days before the season ended, Rockies manager Walt Weiss thought back to those hopeful days of Spring Training, April and May. Back then, phrases like "if all goes right" and "barring injury" had not been rendered meaningless by misfortune and pain. With the season now over, Weiss is happy those caveats have meaning for 2015.

  • Rockies unable to crash LA's party in finale

    The NL West champion Dodgers doubled up the Rockies in the season finale, 10-5, on Sunday afternoon. Although the Rockies avoided the basement in the division after consecutive last-place finishes, their 66-96 record was second worst in the club's 22-season history.

  • Morneau claims NL batting title with .319 average

    First baseman Justin Morneau clinched his first National League batting title on Sunday. It is the ninth batting title in Colorado history, by the seventh different player. Morneau gave the Rockies their third batting champ in the last five years.

  • Butler reports back soreness after final start

    Eddie Butler, the Rockies' No. 2-ranked prospect, reported upper back soreness Sunday morning after a rough outing the previous night. The right-hander is expected to go to the Arizona Fall League this week.

  • Voting underway to decide Hank Aaron Awards

    Voting is underway through Sunday exclusively at MLB.com to help decide the 16th annual winners of the Hank Aaron Award, given by "The Hammer" himself during the upcoming 110th World Series to the outstanding offensive performer in each league.

  • Hawkins logs 1,000th career appearance

    By retiring the only batter he faced on Saturday night's 6-5, 12-inning loss to the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium, LaTroy Hawkins became the 16th pitcher in Major League history to appear in his 1,000th game. He is two games out of 15th place, held by Hall of Famer Goose Gossage.

  • Morales' wild pitch spoils Hawkins' milestone night

    The Rockies nearly made a milestone night for relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins one to savor, but fellow reliever Franklin Morales' wildness in the 12th inning made it another loss -- 6-5 to the Dodgers in 11 innings.

  • LeMahieu to undergo MRI on knee sprain

    DJ LeMahieu sustained a left knee sprain sliding to field a ground ball during Friday night's 7-4 loss, and left the game when he could not push off the leg.

  • Rockies lose challenge on out call at plate

    The Rockies challenged a seventh-inning call at home, when Dodgers catcher Drew Butera was ruled to have tagged out Rafael Ynoa after receiving a strong throw from left fielder Carl Crawford.

  • NL batting leader Morneau powers up in defeat

    Justin Morneau homered on a 2-for-3 night, lifting his NL-best average to .319, and right-hander Jordan Lyles had the game under control until the sixth inning, when the NL West champion Dodgers scored six runs en route to a 7-4 victory Friday night.

  • Dickerson's season ends as he awaits first child

    Rockies outfielder Corey Dickerson will spend the final days of his breakout season at home with his wife, Beth Anne, who is due to have the couple's first child.

  • Doyle enjoys time as hitting coach despite road numbers

    At 60, Blake Doyle is on a Major League coaching staff for the first time and loving it. The team's record and the stat sheet, which is full of ugly road numbers that must improve if the Rockies hope to contend next season, can't dampen his joy.

  • Flande denied first big league win as offense struggles

    Wilin Rosario came up empty in scoring situations, twice with two out, in a 4-3 loss Wednesday night to the Padres at Petco Park. The defeat assured the Rockies of the worst road record in their history.

  • Fortunes split on pair of replay challenges

    Padres manager Bud Black challenged a pair of close plays down the first-base line in the fourth inning of Wednesday's Padres-Rockies game, and he finished the frame 1-for-2.

  • Catcher Williams undergoes knee surgery

    Williams, who suffered the injury in a July 19 game against the D-backs, hit .214 (3-for-14) with one home run and three RBIs.

  • Rockies win game, lose ninth-inning challenge

    A beeline throw from Padres catcher Rene Rivera erased Rockies potential basestealer Brandon Barnes at second base in the top of the ninth inning -- and withstood a replay challenge -- on Tuesday night.

  • Stubbs' go-ahead homer in eighth lifts Rockies

    Drew Stubbs added to his growing resume of clutch hits with an eighth-inning leadoff homer to give the Rockies a 3-2 victory over the Padres on Tuesday night at Petco Park.

  • Rockies open to Betancourt's return in 2015

    Rockies manager Walt Weiss is keeping the door open for right-handed closer Rafael Betancourt to compete for a Major League job next season. Betancourt had 57 saves, fifth-most in club history, from 2009 until he suffered an elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery last year.

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