1. Colorado Rockies Walk Off with Victory, Despite Jim Tracy's Blunders

    The Rockies walked off with a win on Sunday. Their fans walked off sick to their stomachs. It was, without a doubt, the worst walk-off victory in the history of the Colorado Rockies...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 214 reads 2 comments

  2. Don Baylor Needs to Be Fired From the Rockies, Again

    The Colorado Rockies fired Don Baylor after the 1998 season. They never should have brought him back. The clubs Baylor managed were referred to as the "Blake Street Bombers." They set all sorts of records for home runs...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 564 reads 6 comments

  3. Rockies-Brewers: Coors Field Drama Continues in Colorado Victory

    The Coors Field Rockies showed up for their brief home stand on Friday night. Down 4-2 in the eighth inning, Troy Tulowitzki crushed a line drive to left field that hit off the glove ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 193 reads 1 comments

  4. Colorado Rockies Need a Fork Stuck in Them...They May Be Done

    The Rockies may as well kiss their playoff hopes goodbye. On Thursday afternoon the Mets, behind a 10-strikeout, complete-game performance by Johan Santana, shut out the Rockies for the second time in three days, 4-0...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 223 reads 1 comments

  5. Rockies-Mets: Colorado Wins Behind Melvin Mora's Grand Slam

    Melvin Mora, with one swing of the bat, showed what he thought of the Rockies' inability to score runs on the road...

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  6. Colorado Rockies Road Woes Continue

    It seemed as if Drew Goodman was intentionally taunting Rockies fans all night long. The FSN play-by-play announcer seemingly came up with a new stat that showed how horrible Mets starter Mike Pelfrey has been since June...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  7. Colorado Rockies Bats Come Alive, Salvage Split in Pittsburgh Pirates

    The Colorado Rockies went into Pittsburgh desperate to prove that they could win away from Coors Field. The last time out on the road the club dropped nine out of 11 games...

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  8. Huston Street And the Rockies Suffer a Crushing Blow

    When Ian Stewart hit the game-tying three run homer in the top of the 9th inning, things felt good. When Todd Helton, with all of his power zapped by a bad back, drilled a two-run home run in the top of the 10th, all of the pressure lifted...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 216 reads 1 comments

  9. Rockies-Pirates: Colorado Keeps Hanging Around

    The Rockies had a chance for their season to come to an end in Pittsburgh on Friday night. After a pathetic 6-1 loss on Thursday night to the National League's worst team, the Rockies had two choices...

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  10. The Colorado Rockies Are on the Road To Nowhere

    It makes no sense. There are thousands of theories behind it. Yet, no one has ever figured out why in the 18-year history of the Colorado Rockies, no matter which player puts on the uniform, they struggle to hit on the road...

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  11. Ubaldo Jimenez Gets 17th, Colorado Rockies' Road Trip Is a Make or Break

    As much as it could be on Aug. 4, Wednesday afternoon's game against the San Francisco Giants was a must-win for the Colorado Rockies. The good news for the Rockies was that they had their ace Ubaldo Jimenez on the mound...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 60 reads 0 comments

  12. Rockies-Giants: Colorado Cooks Up a Loss

    It is no secret. Everyone who watches the Colorado Rockies consistently knows it. There is no way around it. Aaron Cook is awful. Despite the obvious, the Rockies continue to put Aaron Cook on the mound every fifth game...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 118 reads 3 comments

  13. Colorado Rockies Media: The Case Against Mark Kiszla (Part 2)

    Mark Kiszla is at it again. The Denver Post columnist continues to show why the print media industry is failing. They employ too many columnists who follow a team only long enough to put the franchise's head in a guillotine...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 304 reads 2 comments

  14. Colorado Rockies Hold on for Sweep of the Chicago Cubs

    A sweep is never easy to accomplish. The Rockies found that out in the ninth inning on Sunday afternoon at Coors Field. Heading into the ninth, the Rockies had what looked to be a secure 8-4 lead...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 212 reads 0 comments

  15. Rockies-Cubs: Carlos Gonzalez Hits For Cycle With Walkoff Bomb

    On Nov. 12, 2008, Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd frustrated his fan base, trading away club hero Matt Holliday to the Oakland A's for a displaced closer, a fifth starter, and a prospect who had struggled in his brief time in the big leagues...

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  16. Record-Setting Rockies Roll Over Cubs

    Who are the Rockies? After scoring 17 runs over the course of eight games, the Rockies scored 12 runs in one inning on Friday night in a 17-2 rout of the Cubs at Coors Field...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 248 reads 2 comments

  17. Finally! Rockies End Eight Game Skid

    On Thursday afternoon at Coors Field, the Colorado Rockies picked up their first win in seven months, defeating the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates 9-3 to avoid the sweep. So it wasn't actually seven months, but for Rockies fans it felt that way...

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  18. Colorado Rockies Schedule Garage Sale This Weekend at Coors Field

    Time to pack it in. The Rockies are done. On July 15, Rockies fans were looking forward to a heated race between themselves and the San Diego Padres for the National League West title...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 221 reads 1 comments

  19. Downfall of the Colorado Rockies: Sloppy Play

    About four hours after their closer was taken off the field in an ambulance due to a batting practice line drive to the lower abdomen, the Rockies playoff chances took their own shot to the groin...

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  20. Are the Colorado Rockies Done?

    It is safe to say that this has been a tough week to be a Rockies fan. Less than two weeks ago, the Rockies were poised to head into the All-Star break tied for first in the National League West...

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  21. Colorado Rockies Embrace Underdog Role Too Much

    Aaron Cook said it best on Friday night after the Rockies 5-0 loss to Roy Halladay and the Phillies. "We have run into some good pitching," said Cook. "That happens sometimes in baseball...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 212 reads 9 comments

  22. Nightmare Continues for Rockies in Philadelphia

    Ugly. Disgusting. Sickening. Those are just a few of the words that can describe a Rockies team that ran into the All-Star break at the exact wrong time...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 169 reads 2 comments

  23. Colorado Rockies Need to Cook Up a Roster Move

    The Colorado Rockies continued their crash-and-burn tour on Friday night. This time, the road took them to Philadelphia, home to the two-time defending National League champions and their newly acquired ace, Roy Halladay...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 161 reads 2 comments

  24. Rockies-Marlins: Colorado Squanders Chances, Loses Series

    The Rockies were in a good spot. They had chased Josh Johnson from the game and had runners on first and third with only one out in the seventh inning...

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

  25. Tough Road Ahead for the Colorado Rockies

    Ricky Nolasco is not an easy pitcher to beat. For the Rockies, however, winning on Wednesday night was a big deal...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 4 years ago 181 reads 1 comments