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Colorado Rockies
  • 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.

  • Morales looking to right ship against Giants

    Under normal circumstances, right-hander Tim Hudson might feel a lot of pressure Wednesday following up Madison Bumgarner's near-perfect game. But if Rockies left-hander Franklin Morales is anywhere near as wild as he was his last time out, Hudson won't need to be half near perfect to topple him.

  • 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.

  • Ailing wrist could land Rosario on disabled list

    The crowded Colorado disabled list could be adding another member in the near future. Before Tuesday night's contest against the Giants, Rockies manager Walt Weiss hinted that catcher Wilin Rosario's bothersome left wrist might keep him out longer than expected.

  • Rockies shining at getting double plays

    The Rockies' stellar defense was on display in Monday night's 3-2 win over the Giants, as Colorado matched its season high by turning four double plays to bring its total to a Major League-best 138.

  • Story among four Rox prospects going to AFL

    The Colorado Rockies assigned four position players to the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday. But with some of their Minor League affiliates still having a slate of playoff games to go, the Rockies held off on selecting any pitchers.

  • Rockies take advantage to reward Matzek's start

    On Monday night, the Rockies capitalized on some sloppy play by San Francisco in a 3-2 victory as the Giants try to cling to their slim lead for the second National League Wild Card spot.

  • Giants' challenge takes away Rockies' run

    After the Rockies' DJ LeMahieu was called safe at home plate in the seventh inning Monday, Giants manager Bruce Bochy challenged the call, and upon review, it was overturned.

  • Arenado adds to Rockies' weekly awards haul

    For a team that's sitting in the cellar of the National League, Colorado has been staying remarkably busy collecting awards this season. Nolan Arenado was named NL Player of the Week on Monday, the second straight time a Rockies player has won the award and fifth overall, the most of any team in baseball.

  • Rosario remains out; McKenry starts vs. Giants

    The Rockies were hopeful that Wilin Rosario would be able to return to the starting lineup against the Giants at AT&T Park on Monday night, but the catcher's left wrist injury kept him out for a third straight start.

  • Arenado rewarded for big week with NL honor

    Rockies star third baseman Nolan Arenado has earned his first career National League Player of the Week Award after leading the Majors in slugging over the last week. Arenado slugged 1.045 and also led the NL with a .545 average (12-for-22). He posted a .600 on-base percentage and tallied 12 hits, 23 total bases, three homers, three RBIs, three doubles, six runs and a triple.

  • Bergman picks up first career win in return to Rockies

    Christian Bergman successfully returned from a two-month layoff Sunday and made a milestone start. He pitched into the seventh and came away with his first Major League victory as the Rockies beat the Marlins 7-4 in the rubber game of their series.

  • Hawkins happy for Chicago Little League team

    Closer LaTroy Hawkins was excited to see the Jackie Robinson West team from Chicago reach the finals of the Little League World Series on Sunday against a team from South Korea.

  • Rosario hoping to return Monday from wrist soreness

    Catcher Wilin Rosario was unable to pinch-hit Saturday night due to left wrist soreness. And although Michael McKenry caught the entire 13-inning game Saturday night, he was back in the lineup Sunday afternoon and homered on his first at-bat.

  • Cuddyer hits DL with hamstring injury

    The Rockies placed outfielder Michael Cuddyer on the 15-day disabled list on Sunday with a left hamstring injury.

  • Dickerson forces extras, lifts Rockies in 13th

    Corey Dickerson's habit of hitting the ball hard won a game for the Rockies on Saturday night. Dickerson, who tied the game in the bottom of the ninth with a third-deck homer, singled in the bottom of the 13th to give the Rox a 5-4 victory over the Marlins in front of 31,109.

  • LeMahieu admits changing too much during slump

    Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu's talks with himself were interesting over the last two weeks, as he slipped into a hitting slump he couldn't explain.

  • Inexperienced Barnes a seasoned pro off bench

    The sparkplug off the bench often is a highly experienced player, but the Rockies' Brandon Barnes is excelling despite being in just his second full season.

  • Command woes wreck Rox chances in loss to Fish

    Reliever Brooks Brown offered the Rockies hope in the fifth inning, when he forced a double-play grounder to hold the Marlins at two runs and keep the deficit at four. But Brown's shining moment of command was rarely repeated the rest of the night. Six Rockies pitchers gave up 16 hits -- including Marcell Ozuna's grand slam in a six-run ninth -- and nine walks in a 13-5 loss to the Marlins at Coors Field in front of 30,674.

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