1. Ubaldo Jimenez and Bullpen Power Colorado Rockies Past San Diego Padres

    The Colorado Rockies are notorious for their slow starts. In each of the last three years, the Rockies have fallen well below .500...

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  2. The Colorado Rockies Lose to the San Diego Padres in 14 Innings

    Remember way back when, all the way back in the fourth inning of Saturday night's Rockies game? It was a long time ago, considering the Rockies lost 5-4 in 14 innings. Jason Hammel probably remembers it well...

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  3. De La Rosa Dazzles as Rockies Roll in Home Opener

    The talent was never in doubt. Jorge De La Rosa has as good of stuff as any left-hander in the league. The only one who ever doubted that was De La Rosa himself. Not anymore...

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  4. Colorado Rockies Set for Opening Day

    Opening Day is Christmas to a baseball fan. It marks the end of a long, cold winter and the beginning of a new baseball team and renewed hope. Opening Day is when fans come down with a sickness that can only be cured with a Rockie Dog and a sunburn...

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  5. Sloppy Rockies Blow Three-Run Lead, Lose To Brewers

    When this Colorado Rockies team was put together, it was heralded as a young club with veteran leadership. The two would combine to produce fundamentally sound defense and clutch hitting on offense...

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  6. Rockies-Brewers: Rocky Return To Mound for Greg Smith

    Don't panic yet. For every person in the baseball world saying that the Colorado Rockies are going to be a great team, there are two people reminding them that this team is terrible in April...

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  7. Ubaldo Jimenez Leads Colorado Rockies To Win in Opener

    Ubaldo Jimenez lived up to the hype on Monday in Milwaukee. The Rockies defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 5-3 to spoil Opening Day for the 45,808 Brewer faithful at Miller Park, the second-largest crowd in the history of the stadium...

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  8. Colorado Rockies: A Team of More Than Talent, A Team of Character

    In this day and age, professional athletes are known as much for their arrogance and ego as they are for their abilities to play their sport...

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  9. Colorado Rockies Put Jeff Francis On DL; Greg Smith Moves Into Rotation

    Just as Jeff Francis thought that he was over the hump, he showed up at Isotopes Park in Albuquerque, N.M., feeling stiff and sore. The lefty had just completed his best spring outing on Thursday, allowing Rockies fans to breathe a sigh of relief...

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  10. Rockies Closer Huston Street's Road To Recovery Hits a Dead End

    The Colorado Rockies wrapped up their home spring training schedule on Thursday. They bid adieu to Hi Corbett Field, the only spring home the franchise has known since its inception in 1993, and depart Tucson, Ariz...

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  11. Colorado Rockies Deal with New Word: Expectations

    The 2010 Colorado Rockies face a challenge that no other Rockies team before them has faced. They are blazing trails that some baseball fans in the Rocky Mountain region once felt were impossible to blaze...

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  12. Colorado Rockies' Ubaldo Jimenez: The Next Pedro Martinez

    For years Major League pitchers have been cringing about taking the mound at Coors Field. Veterans who had been extremely successful on other teams around the league watched their career ...

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  13. If Huston Street Is Out, It'll Be a Rocky Road for Colorado

    Spring Training injuries are as common as the morning sunrise. Everyday there is a new one. When athletes are actually million dollar investments, there is no reason to push a player who has a bump or a bruise...

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  14. Colorado Rockies Agree to Extension with Todd Helton

    The Colorado Rockies announced today that they have come to terms with Todd Helton on a contract that will likely allow the slugger to retire with the Rockies. The agreement, according to the Denver Post, is a two-year extension for $9...

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  15. Colorado Rockies Set The Tone, Destroy Arizona Diamondbacks

    In 2009, it took the Colorado Rockies nine games before they recorded their first win of the spring. On Thursday, they won their first game of 2010 by a large margin. The Rockies dismantled the host Arizona Diamondbacks 11-1...

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  16. A Colorado Rockies Fan's Guide To Spring Training

    Spring Training for a Colorado Rockies fan represents more than just the end of a long offseason. It also offers an opportunity to get away from the cold weather that Colorado offers in February and March...

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  17. Let The Games Begin, Colorado Rockies Open Spring On Thursday

      For Rockies fans, the wait is over...sort of. On Thursday, the Rockies open Cactus League play about five miles down the road from their facilities, at the spring home of the Diamondbacks, Tucson Electric Park...

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  18. Colorado Rockies Need a Healthy Manny Corpas

    Manny Corpas is a polarizing figure amongst Rockies fans. The right-handed reliever has felt just about every emotion a Major League relief pitcher can feel...

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  19. Whose Number Should the Colorado Rockies Retire First?

    Compared to teams like the Yankees, Dodgers, and Red Sox the Rockies really do not have what anyone would call a storied history...

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  20. Tulsa Drillers Moving into New Downtown Ballpark

    The Colorado Rockies play in one of the most beautiful ballparks in all of baseball. Now their Double-A farm team will have their own beautiful park to call home. ONEOK Field is scheduled to host its first game on Apr...

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  21. Spring Is Upon Us: A 2010 NL West Preview

    The National League West was the laughing stock of the league in 2008. The Los Angeles Dodgers won the division with just 86 wins. In 2009, they went from worst to first. The Dodgers took the division, winning 95 games...

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  22. Melvin Mora Signs with Colorado Rockies, Who Have Deepest Bench in Team History

    On Sunday Melvin Mora agreed to a one-year deal with the Colorado Rockies. The move came the day after it became apparent that the Reds were going to sign Orlando Cabrera to be their everyday shortstop...

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  23. Rockies Lose Out On Cabrera, Look to Mora

    The Colorado Rockies are doing everything possible to fill out their bench. Specifically, they need a right-handed bat who can play both second and third base. Any other position is also a plus in the double-switch happy National League...

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  24. Heading Into 2010, Colorado Rockies Excitement Returns

    It must be the end of January. The Broncos have been done for almost a month, and 45 degrees feels really warm. Another sign of the end of January is a flurry of baseball moves waking the sport from its winter of slumber...

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  25. Colorado Rockies Re-Sign Jason Giambi

    The Colorado Rockies decided to pack a month's worth of work into one week. On Saturday, the Rockies announced at their second annual fanfest that they had re-signed slugger Jason Giambi...

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