1. Colorado Rockies Back-To-Back-To-Back Becomes a Theme

    This is the Rockies team that everyone was expecting. After hovering around the .500 mark all season long, the Colorado Rockies broke through during a three game sweep of the Arizona ...

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  2. Ubaldo the Great: Rockies' Jimenez Improves To 9-1

    Wednesday night at Coors Field, Ubaldo Jimenez wrote the latest chapter of a story that looks as if it is going to have a very happy ending. Heading into the game, Jimenez sported a record of 8-1 with an ERA of 0...

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  3. Colorado Rockies Hitting Their Stride

    The Colorado Rockies have something that they have never had before. Pitching depth. On Tuesday at Coors Field, Jhoulys Chacin, in the rotation because of Jorge De La Rosa's injury, showed that the Rockies have more than five capable starters...

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  4. The Case Against Mark Kiszla, Colorado Rockies Sportswriter

    Much like Major League players, baseball fans often enjoy a day off every now and then. With baseball's grueling schedule that sees a team get three days off per month, it is nice to take a breather...

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  5. Rockies Reunite with Offense, Shell Zack Greinke and Royals

    On a road trip that saw the Colorado Rockies make several mediocre pitchers look like Cy Young winners, the Rockies made the reigning American League Cy Young winner look very mediocre...

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  6. The Impact of Jeff Francis on the Colorado Rockies

    The Rockies won on Saturday 3-0. While the offense scored when they needed to, the game was won on the mound. Jeff Francis reminded everyone what they have been missing since he led the team to the World Series in 2007...

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  7. The Curious Case of the Colorado Rockies

    The Colorado Rockies 2010 season was filled with promise. The rotation was strong one through five. The lineup could give opposing pitchers no breaks. The defense was as good as any in the league...

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  8. King Ubaldo Jimenez Once Again Proves His Dominance

    In Seattle, Mariners fans refer to young starting pitcher Felix Hernandez as King Felix. News flash to Mariners fans: Your king has been deposed...

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  9. Time For Colorado Rockies To Shake Things Up

    The Colorado Rockies' struggles continued in Houston on Wednesday. The lackluster baseball team that was nearly every analysts pick to win the National League lost 7-3 to the National League's worst team, against their worst pitcher...

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  10. Lifeless Colorado Rockies Lose Again to Chicago Cubs

    Disgusting, sick, gross, nasty, ugly. Their are plenty of words to describe the latest Rockies debacle, but none of them are positive. The Rox dropped a very winnable game at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night 6-2...

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  11. Rockies-Cubs: Colorado Can't Turn Corner in Loss to Chicago

    Good teams find ways to win. So what does that say about this Rockies team that continues to find ways to drop baseball games? Colorado did it again on Monday night, losing 4-2 in ...

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  12. Jeff Francis To the Rescue for the Rockies

    His performance took fans back to 2007. In his first appearance since September 2008, Jeff Francis dominated a powerful Washington Nationals lineup, helping the Rockies to a 2-1 win at Coors Field on Sunday...

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  13. Rockies May Have Weathered the Storm

    The forecast is starting to look better. The recent weather in Colorado seems to be a perfect metaphor for the Rockies season so far. Instead of a spring that produces flowers and warmth, the Denver metro area has been under a black cloud of cold...

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  14. Is It Summer Yet? Colorado Rockies Might Never Play

    This is getting ridiculous. If depression from the weather hasn't set in, it never will. For most it has, and won't go away until the temperatures get above 60 degrees...

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  15. Injured Colorado Rockies Barely Holding On

    The Coors Field clubhouse is cursed. It has to be. There is no other way to explain what is going on with the Rockies...

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  16. Miguel Olivo and the Colorado Rockies Spoil Roy Halladay's Homecoming

    Miguel Olivo spoiled hometown hero Roy Halladay's first ever trip to Coors Field. Leading off the bottom of the 10th inning, Olivo hammered a hanging curveball from Chad Durbin deep into the left field seats...

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  17. An Early Case for Ubaldo Jimenez Winning the Cy Young

    It's early. There is no denying that. However, with an eighth of the season already complete, it's not too early to speculate on who will win the postseason awards. My early vote for National League Cy Young is more cut and dried than most...

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  18. The Colorado Rockies' Problem Is in the Dugout

    The Colorado Rockies are struggling. That line is something that has been all too common over the course of the last four years. For Rockies fans, its getting old...

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  19. Ubaldo Jimenez Gives Up Two Hits, Colorado Rockies Lose

    It had to happen. At some point Ubaldo Jimenez was going to pick up a loss. However, most figured it would be on a day when the flame throwing Dominican simply didn't have it...

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  20. Rockies-Dodgers: Colorado Pitching Depth On Full Display

    At any point in the history of the Colorado Rockies if three of the projected five starting pitchers had gone on the disabled list, the Rockies could have kissed their season goodbye...

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  21. Rockies-Dodgers: Colorado on Wrong Side of Seesaw

    Defense wins games and defense loses games. The Rockies were on both sides of that as they dropped the first game in Los Angeles 6-5 on Friday night...

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  22. Colorado Rockies Need To Make a Statement in LA

    It almost seems inevitable at this point. The Rockies struggle early, that's just the way it goes. Despite a series win in San Diego and a road trip that shows the Rockies sporting a ...

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  23. Ian Stewart Lifts Colorado Rockies Over San Diego Padres in Extra Innings

    With the clock just passed midnight in Denver, the Rockies recorded the final out of a 6-5 12-inning victory in San Diego...

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  24. Jim Tracy Is Costing the Colorado Rockies Games

    Jim Tracy took over for Clint Hurdle and was an immediate success. He brought stability to a lineup that changed every day and roles for a bullpen that was consistently a fluid situation...

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  25. Ubaldo Jimenez Baffles Padres, Moves To 6-0

    News flash: Ubaldo Jimenez is good. The San Diego Padres found that out for the second time in 2010, losing to Jimenez and the Rockies 5-2 on Monday night. Jimenez, as Rockies fans are getting accustomed to hearing, was nearly untouchable...

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