1. Grading the 2010 Colorado Rockies Pitchers

    There is no way around it — 2010 for the Colorado Rockies did not live up to its expectations. The year began with expectations of the club's first ever National League West crown...

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  2. Thoughts on the Colorado Rockies...A Day Later

    One day after the Colorado Rockies ended their season by tying the worst 14-game stretch in club history, t he only people in the state of Colorado who were happy with the results were the outside sales reps for Tums and Pepto-Bismol...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 251 reads 0 comments

  3. Colorado Rockies' Season Mercifully Ends

    Finally. It's over. Two weeks ago, who would have thought that the Colorado Rockies and their fans would be dying for the final game of their season? Just two weeks ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 144 reads 2 comments

  4. Is It Over Yet? Colorado Rockies Misery Continues

    It's as if the Colorado Rockies enjoy losing. Obviously that isn't the case, but one thing is certain, they don't like winning enough to work hard for it...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 129 reads 1 comments

  5. Colorado Rockies Go Through the Motions, Lose in St. Louis

    When the 2010 season began, very few people thought that the Rockies would be looking forward to the 2011 season by the end of September. However, they find themselves in that position in their final series of the season in St...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  6. Coors Field Finale Perfectly Sums Up Colorado Rockies Season

    The Colorado Rockies lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers in their home finale on Wednesday 7-6. The one run loss summed up the Colorado season perfectly. Once again, the Rockies lost the game, the Dodgers didn't win it...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  7. Colorado Rockies Fans, Why All the Todd Helton Hate?

    The Rockies continued their downward spiral on Tuesday, losing to the Dodgers 9-7 at Coors Field. The club showed some fight, but in the end, were upended by the Dodgers, and, for the first time since Jim Tracy took over as manager, lost a homestand...

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  8. Colorado Rockies Remove All Doubt

    The Colorado Rockies easily could have spent this whole week making up scenarios that most likely weren't going to happen...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 157 reads 4 comments

  9. Matt Cain Ends Colorado Rockies' Playoff Chances

    The lesson was nothing new for the Rockies. Matt Cain and Tim Lincecum are very tough to hit. They are huge reasons why the Giants are leading the National League West despite having nothing more than an average Major League lineup...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 393 reads 6 comments

  10. Tulo-git To Quit: Colorado Rockies Win a Wild One Behind Tulowitzki

    If the Colorado Rockies are out of the race, someone forgot to tell the players. On Saturday, Troy Tulowitzki gave the Rockies the victory on a double to left-center field that scored Carlos Gonzalez all the way from first base in the 10th inning...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 384 reads 2 comments

  11. Colorado Rockies' Playoff Hopes All But Over

    Let's face it. They did this to themselves. One swing from Pat Burrell's bat essentially ensured that the Rockies will finish no better than third place in the National League West...

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  12. Jim Tracy Costs the Colorado Rockies When It Matters Most

    Take off the purple-colored glasses for a minute. Forget about the magic of 2009. Forget about the past for a moment. The Rockies had climbed back into the game on Carlos Gonzalez's first career grand slam...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 4 years ago 577 reads 2 comments

  13. Colorado Rockies: Mediocre Performance Puts Playoff Hopes on Ice

    Maybe Barack Obama should focus on shutting down Chase Field instead of Guantanamo Bay. There are terrorists at the prison camp that have sustained less torture than Rockies fans have watching their team play in Arizona since 2008...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about almost 5 years ago 143 reads 2 comments

  14. NL West Hole Gets Deeper for the Colorado Rockies

    The Colorado Rockies suffered a huge setback to their playoff dreams on Tuesday night in Arizona. After sweeping the Diamondbacks 10 days ago at Coors Field, the Rockies fell victim ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  15. Colorado Rockies' Playoff Hopes Come Down to One Thing: Beat the Giants

    The Colorado Rockies are in the middle of what seems to be their annual September march to the playoffs. Once again, the national media is turning its attention towards the team that plays at Coors Field...

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  16. Colorado Rockies Miss a Chance

    There is quite a bit to be negative about after Sunday's heartbreaking 7-6 loss in 11 innings to the Dodgers. The Colorado Rockies had a chance to move within half of a game of the lead in the National League West...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 181 reads 0 comments

  17. Troy Tulowitzki continues amazing tear as Rockies route Dodgers

    This is officially ridiculous. Troy Tulowitzki did it once again on Saturday. For the fourth time in the last two weeks, Tulowitzki blasted two home runs in the same game in leading the Rockies to a 12-2 victory over the Dodgers...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 369 reads 6 comments

  18. Why the Colorado Rockies will make the playoffs

    One thing is certain, the Colorado Rockies like drama as much as a middle school girl. After struggling throughout the majority of the season, the Rockies found a way to stay within striking distance...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 515 reads 1 comments

  19. Colorado Rockies Provide Drama, but Beat Los Angeles Dodgers

    The good news is, Matt Kemp still can't hit a slider off the plate. With the tying run at first base and Huston Street in trouble, catcher Miguel Olivo wisely called a slider away on a 2-2 count...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 184 reads 1 comments

  20. Troy Tulowitzki's Two Homers, Seven RBI Lead Colorado Rockies Past San Diego

    Troy Tulowitzki is doing his best to make sure that he doesn't get lost in the Carlos Gonzalez hype. Gonzalez went 2-for-4 with two RBI and an intentional walk, but was an afterthought compared to Tulowitzki...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 242 reads 0 comments

  21. The Jim Tracy Honeymoon Is Over for Colorado Rockies

    It is September. Usually, that means fans of a team managed by Jim Tracy can let out a sigh of relief. That is because it means that Tracy can micromanage to his heart's content and still have enough players on the bench to make it work...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 329 reads 4 comments

  22. Colorado Rockies: All Good Things Must Come To an End, Streak Stops at 10

    Winning 11 baseball games in a row is tough to do in little league, let alone the big leagues. On Monday night, in the biggest series of the season for the club, the Rockies dropped the opener of a three-game set to the Padres 6-4...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 59 reads 2 comments

  23. Colorado Rockies Winning Streak Hits 10 Games

    No one will ever count out the Colorado Rockies again. After laying in their death bed on September 2nd, the Rockies are now looking like Olympic athletes sprinting towards October...

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  24. Colorado Rockies Keep the Pressure On, Win Again

    The Colorado Rockies continued their climb to the top of the standings on Saturday night, but it didn't come the way most probably thought it would. The result, however, is the same for the Rockies, who came from behind in the late innings to win 2-1...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 176 reads 3 comments

  25. Colorado Rockies, Troy Tulowitzki Pound Diamondbacks for Eighth Straight Win

    It doesn't matter who is on the mound when an offense puts up 13 runs. That is what the Rockies did to the Diamondbacks in a 13-4 win that featured two more Troy Tulowitzki home runs...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 4 years ago 282 reads 9 comments