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Colorado Rockies
  • Gray, Butler remain atop Rockies' updated Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, MLBPipeline.com has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Rockies unable to finish off tight affair vs. Bucs

    Josh Harrison twice put the Pirates ahead, the second time on a first-pitch leadoff homer off beleaguered Rockies reliever Rex Brothers in the eighth, as the Rockies were denied a sweep, 7-5, at Coors Field in front of 40,382.

  • Harrison's double move in rundown stands after review

    Josh Harrison snuck in at second on a steal attempt, dodging Josh Rutledge's tag attempt before sliding past the base. With the Rockies shortstop now blocking his path back to the bag, Harrison decided to try his luck taking third and chaos ensued.

  • Logan set for rehab outing at Triple-A

    Hope and frustration will collide when Rockies left-hander Boone Logan pitches for Triple-A Colorado Springs on an injury rehab assignment Monday.

  • Morneau hoping to return to Rockies' lineup Tuesday

    Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau took batting practice Sunday morning for the second straight day, will play at Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday and then campaign to be activated Tuesday in Chicago.

  • Tulo to have dry needling procedure on hip

    Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki will undergo a dry needling procedure on his left hip Monday in Philadelphia, Rockies head athletic trainer Keith Dugger said Sunday.

  • Flande hopes to start series strong in Chicago

    Tsuyoshi Wada and Yohan Flande will both try for their first career wins when they square off on Monday night at Wrigley Field in the first of a four-game series.

  • Tulowitzki to meet with doctor in Philadelphia

    Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki flew to Philadelphia on Saturday to visit with noted surgeon Dr. William C. Meyers to discuss the left hip flexor strain that has him on the 15-day disabled list.

  • Stubbs exits early after injuring left foot

    Rockies outfielder Drew Stubbs, who homered in the fourth inning of Saturday night's 8-1 win against the Pirates at Coors Field, was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the fifth because of a left foot injury.

  • Rox offer exchange for misspelled Tulowitzki jerseys

    The Colorado Rockies offer our sincere apologies to the fans for the misspelling of the Troy Tulowitzki King Soopers jersey that was distributed tonight.

  • Morneau takes first BP since being placed on DL

    Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau, whose last action was before the All-Star break, took batting practice on the field Saturday for the first time since being placed on the 15-day disabled list this week.

  • Arenado offers apology for not hustling on grounder

    Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado added a thank you to his apology to manager Walt Weiss. Arenado said he understood why Weiss pulled him from Saturday night's 8-1 victory over the Pirates for jogging out of the batter's box on his fourth-inning ground ball to the mound.

  • CarGo turns ankle at home, gets day off

    A day after hitting a two-run homer in the Rockies' 8-1 victory over the Pirates, Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez had to be scratched from Saturday night's lineup because he turned his right ankle.

  • Matzek, offense cruise past Bucs to take series

    Rookie left-hander Tyler Matzek blanked the Pirates for seven innings and gave up three hits as the Rockies took their third straight victory, 8-1, at Coors Field in front of 44,611 on Saturday night.

  • Arenado should take benching as learning opportunity

    When the fourth inning of Friday's 8-1 victory ended, so did Nolan Arenado's night of work. Charlie Culberson took over at third base in the top of the fifth after the Rockies' starting third baseman didn't hustle to first on a ground ball to the pitcher.

  • Anderson exits with blister, expects to make next start

    Rockies left-hander Brett Anderson bordered on dominant Friday night against the Pirates until leaving in the seventh with a blister on his left index finger. Still, Anderson pitched long enough and well enough to grab his first Rockies win as the Rockies prevailed, 8-1, at Coors field.

  • Arenado benched after not hustling to first

    Nolan Arenado began a frustrated, head-down jog out after he bounced hard to Pirates pitcher Charlie Morton in the bottom of the fourth Friday night. But by the time he returned to the bench, after his lack of haste cost the team a baserunner, manager Walt Weiss made it clear frustration is no excuse to not hustle.

  • After replay, Rockies just miss turning triple play

    The Rockies came within mere inches of their second triple play of the season during the top of the fifth inning Friday night against the Pirates at Coors Field, but instant replay upheld a call by umpire Tom Hallion that an out was not recorded at second base.

  • Lyles set for first rehab start on Saturday

    Rockies right-hander Jordan Lyles is scheduled to throw 60 pitches Saturday for Class A Modesto in his first injury rehab start. Lyles sustained a broken left hand on June 4.

  • Bergman throws live batting practice, feels strong

    Rockies rookie right-hander Christian Bergman reported feeling strong Friday while throwing 50 pitches in a live batting practice session -- his first time facing hitters since suffering a broken left hand when he was hit by a line drive June 20.

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