1. Rockies Bullpen Struggles in Loss to Nationals

    Starting pitcher David Hale walked three and gave up six runs in five innings, but the struggling bullpen was worse Tuesday night as the Rockies lost for the eighth time in their last 10 games, a 15-6 setback to the Nationals at Coors Field...

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  2. Axford Regains Closer's Role with Rockies

    John Axford reclaimed the Rockies ' closer role Tuesday and will carry Colorado's ninth inning lead, if those cards fall, manager Walt Weiss said.....

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  3. CarGo Exits vs. Nats with Knee Inflammation

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  4. Rockies Reinstate Hale from DL

    For the first time in a number of years, several big names are being discussed at MLB 's waiver trade deadline...

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  5. Chris Rusin Making His Case for 2016 Starting Rotation

    Chris Rusin's complete game shutout at Coors Field will be Exhibit A in his case for the Colorado Rockies 2016 starting rotation...

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  6. Rockies Unsure If Corey Dickerson Will Return This Season

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  7. Chris Rusin Throws Complete-Game Shutout to Lift Rockies over Padres

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  8. Rockies Sink Padres Behind Chris Rusin's Gem

    DENVER -- Chris Rusin tossed his first career shutout on Sunday as the Rockies defeated the Padres , 5-0, at Coors Field...

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  9. Jon Gray Impressive Again, but Rockies Lose as Padres Rally in Ninth

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  10. Rockies' Tyler Chatwood Pitches Simulated Game in Comeback Progression

    There are no guarantees that right-handed starter Tyler Chatwood will pitch in a major-league game this season, but he took a big step in that direction Saturday...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 8 reads 0 comments

  11. Jon Gray Remains on Strict Pitch Count, Rockies' Weiss Says

    This is my opinion: I thought the Rockies should have allowed Jon Gray to go out for the seventh inning when he pitched against the Mets at Citi Field last week...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 9 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  12. Barnes Snaps Skid with Help from Padres

    DENVER -- When a player is fighting through a slump, even the smallest break can seem like the biggest life preserver...

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  13. Rockies Can't Stop Padres, Kemp

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  14. Rockies Demote Eddie Butler Back to the Minors

    They've been incredibly patient with him to this point, but the Rockies have finally/mercifully demoted rookie right-hander Eddie Butler back to the minors according to Thomas Harding of MLB ...

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  15. Eddie Butler, Rockies Struggle as Colorado Falls to Mets, 12-3

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  16. Rockies Have No Answer for Red-Hot DeGrom

    The Rockies were totally handcuffed yet again by the Mets ' pitching, mustering just three hits over nine innings and getting shut out yet again. Jorge De La Rosa was solid, but when you can't score any runs, you won't win many games...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 9 months ago 13 reads 0 comments

  17. Rockies Shut Out, Again, by Mets

    NEW YORK — A stat worth noting, now that the Rockies have been shut out in back-to-back games by the New York Mets : In 14 career games at Citi Field, Troy Tulowitzki was a ...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 9 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  18. Rockies Cut Bait with Drew Stubbs

    Colorado has designated Drew Stubbs for assignment, cutting the $5.8 million outfielder loose after he hit just .216 with five homers and a .717 OPS in 51 games...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 9 months ago 123 reads 0 comments

  19. Report: Stubbs DFA'd, Matt McBride Recalled

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  20. Inside the Blockbuster Trade That Stunned Troy Tulowitzki, Baseball World

    NEW YORK — Troy Tulowitzki looks just fine in blue. He looks comfortable. He looks happy. He looks like he really was just what the Toronto Blue Jays needed...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 9 months ago 155,464 reads 60 comments

  21. An Aging Nomad, Jose Reyes Longs for a Team in the Hunt

    It was around midnight, and Jose Reyes was sleeping in his Toronto home when his wife received a call from a Toronto Blue Jays trainer summoning him to the ballpark. Reyes had spent the off day mostly hanging around the house...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 9 months ago 413 reads 0 comments

  22. Matt Harvey, Mets Blank Rockies, 4-0

    NEW YORK -- Matt Harvey delivered eight shutout innings, Ruben Tejada broke through with an RBI single and Juan Lagares had three hits as the Mets won their fifth straight at Citi ...

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  23. Carlos Gonzalez Rediscovering MLB Stardom with Blistering 2nd Half

    It's been a lost season for the Colorado Rockies . In the midst of it,  Carlos Gonzalez has found himself. After launching a two-run blast in Monday's 4-2 loss to the New York Mets , CarGo now has 26 home runs on the season to go along with a ..

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  24. Rockies' Bullpen Can't Pick Up Jon Gray After Six Spectacular Innings

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  25. Jon Gray takes no-decision as Rockies fall to Mets

    One day, the Rockies hope Jon Gray can pitch them into the playoffs, and that he can take the mound in October and dominate the best competition baseball has to offer...

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