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Colorado Rockies
  • Matzek shows his mettle as Rockies thump Dodgers

    Rookie left-hander Tyler Matzek gave up 11 hits in 5 1/3 innings, but for the sixth straight start he kept his opponent under four runs, holding the NL West-leading Dodgers to two in the Rockies' 10-4 victory on Tuesday night at Coors Field.

  • Butler has chance to end tough season on high note

    Rockies pitching prospect Eddie suffered a right rotator cuff strain in his Major League debut in June and spent the rest of the season rehabbing and trying to find his form in the Minors, but he's back in the Majors and is expected to start Saturday against the D-backs.

  • Arenado out with early onset pneumonia

    In addition to the chest contusion that the Rockies expected, a CT scan and MRI exam on third baseman Nolan Arenado on Tuesday revealed the early onset of pneumonia. Manager Walt Weiss believes Arenado will return before season's end, but a determination will not be made until he rests for a few days and is reevaluated.

  • Tulo staying focused on getting ready for 2015

    Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki walked the tunnel from the home clubhouse at Coors Field to the dugout without a limp on Tuesday. His step didn't exactly have a bounce, but it was not bad for a guy who had a torn left hip labrum repaired on Aug. 13.

  • Cuddyer's service earns Clemente Award nomination

    Outfielder-first baseman Michael Cuddyer's involvement with charitable endeavors in the Denver area since joining the Rockies in 2011 has earned him the club's nomination for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet.

  • Flande, Butler to make starts down stretch for Rockies

    The Rockies will turn to left-hander Yohan Flande to start Thursday night against the D-backs, which means lefty Franklin Morales has been removed from the rotation for the remainder of the season.

  • Rockies recall infielder Adames from Double-A

    The Rockies recalled switch-hitting infielder Cristhian Adames, their No. 13-ranked prospect, on Monday after he participated in Double-A Tulsa's five-game loss to Midland in the Texas League Championship Series.

  • Rockies miss chances before Dodgers pull away

    The Rockies blew scoring opportunities early Monday night, and then the Dodgers made them pay with an eight-run sixth inning as the NL West leaders took an 11-3 win at Coors Field.

  • Rockies strike out 16 times in loss to Cards

    A winless six-game trek came to an end Sunday afternoon with a 4-1 loss to the Cardinals, during which the Rockies struck out 16 times -- nine against Colorado high school product Marco Gonzales, a rookie left-hander.

  • Cuddyer runs bases with no hamstring issues

    Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer scored from second base on a single on Saturday, and he said his left hamstring felt fine.

  • Asheville wins South Atlantic League championship

    Raimel Tapia went 2-for-5 with a home run and right-hander Konner Wade threw seven scoreless innings as the Asheville Tourists clinched the South Atlantic League championship with a 4-1 victory in the fifth and deciding game of the title series on Saturday night.

  • Replay used twice in ninth inning of Cards-Rockies

    Replay was used twice in the ninth inning of the Cardinals' 5-4 win against the Rockies on Saturday night at Busch Stadium.

  • Rockies cut it close in ninth, but can't snap skid

    The Rockies scored three runs in the ninth inning, but the Cardinals held on for a 5-4 win on Saturday night at Busch Stadium.

  • Masset healthy, optimistic about future in Majors

    Nick Masset, who didn't pitch in the Majors from 2011, when he was with the Reds, until making his Rockies debut on May 5, has re-established himself as a Major League pitcher.

  • Early home run stings Rockies in St. Louis

    Matt Holliday sent a 93-mph fastball from Jorge De La Rosa out to left for a three-run homer in the first inning of the National League Central-leading Cards' 5-1 victory against the Rockies on Friday night at Busch Stadium in front of a sold-out crowd of 45,108.

  • Logan undergoes surgery on left elbow

    Rockies left-handed reliever Boone Logan underwent surgery Thursday to shave a small bone spur on his left elbow. Manager Walt Weiss hopes the procedure will help Logan regain consistent health and production next season.

  • Rockies' Class A Asheville team one win from league title

    Rockies top prospect David Dahl helped carry Class A Asheville past Hagerstown on Thursday, leaving Colorado's farm team one win away from the South Atlantic League championship.

  • Breakout trio taking place alongside Rox's stars

    For as much credit as Troy Tulowitzki's once MVP-worthy campaign deserves for the Rockies' offensive prowess at the beginning of season, that early offensive eruption was equally due to breakout campaigns from three players: Charlie Blackmon, Corey Dickerson and Nolan Arenado.

  • Key connections: Star-Spangled Banner, baseball forever linked

    The celebration of the 200th anniversary of our national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner," is on, as Francis Scott Key's memory is honored for his poetic description of the "dawn's early light" of Sept. 14, 1814, at the height of the War of 1812. With that in mind, two centuries later, we go around the horn with nine things to know about the song that is now eternally connected to the Grand Old Game.

  • Elder statesman LaTroy still going strong

    While most of his peers his age have long retired or are playing small roles in the big leagues, 20-year veteran LaTroy Hawkins is closing out games for the Rockies and approaching 1,000 career appearances.

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