1. Colorado Rockies Lose Finale to Philadelphia Phillies, Weaknesses Exposed

    The Colorado Rockies followed up a tough night against a rising star with a tough day against a Cy Young winner. After being shut out and losing by a touchdown the previous night against rookie lefty J...

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  2. Colorado Rockies Rocked in Philadelphia

    Every rose has its thorns. The famous lyrics of Axel Rose played out for the Rockies on Wednesday night in Philadelphia. Jorge De La Rosa, winner of his last seven outings, flamed out against the potent Phillies offense...

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  3. Rockies Ride Into Philadelphia, Win Series Opener

    Coming into Tuesday night's game with the Phillies, the Colorado Rockies had won four straight and had quickly turned around an ill-fated road trip after dropping the first three games in New York...

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  4. With Two Months Remaining, Do the Colorado Rockies Have What It Takes?

    The Colorado Rockies have played 105 games in 2009. Through 105 games all the Rockies have shown is that they are a half game better than the Giants. However, it is tough to judge the Rockies based on 105 games as a whole...

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  5. Rockies Fight Past Reds To Sweep Series

    The Rockies were heading into Sunday's game looking to sweep the Reds and sweep away the memory of a bad series in New York to start the road trip. With Jason Marquis on the mound, everything was in line for that scenario to play out...

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  6. Ubaldo Jimenez Is Finding His Confidence and Becoming a True Ace

    In the last week, the Rockies have made a flurry of trades that have helped address the bullpen issues. They brought in Rafael Betancourt from the Indians, promoted Jhoulys Chacin from ...

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  7. Rockies Ownership Shows Commitment To Winning With Moves

    Go back one year ago. The Rockies were living in a fantasy world thinking that they were still in the National League West race...

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  8. Jorge De La Rosa Helps the Rockies Avoid a Sweep in New York

    In what could easily have turned into a complete nightmare of a series, Jorge De La Rosa put a positive spin on an otherwise terrible experience in New York...

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  9. Colorado Rockies Rained Out in New York; Hirsh Traded

    The Rockies were given a day off Wednesday as the rain poured down on Citi Field in New York. The game will be made up as part of a day-night double header on Thursday. The first game will be played s scheduled at 10:10 a...

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  10. Rockies Drop Another Game in New York, Look Flat

    If Major League Baseball decided not to schedule the Rockies in New York again, there would be no complaints from Colorado. After Tuesday night's 4-0 lackluster loss, the Rockies have now lost 20 of their previous 22 games in New York against the Mets...

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  11. Rockies-Mets: New York'sTatis Helps Slam Colorado 7-3

    The Colorado Rockies have had a special season. After falling on their faces out of the gate, the team took a 180-degree turn after appointing Jim Tracy as manager...

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  12. Rockies Win Rubber Match Behind Aaron Cook, Gain Ground in Wild Card Race

    It was a big series for the Colorado Rockies. Earlier in the week they had finished mounting an incredible comeback that lead them from the bottom of the National League West, to leading the National League Wild Card race...

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  13. Jorge De La Rosa Budding Into A Superstar In Front Of The Rockies Eyes

    The first six weeks of the season were difficult to watch. When a player has a limited amount of talent, but goes out on the field and battles every single pitch, it is easy to cheer for them...

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  14. Rockies Outpitched By Matt Cain In Tough Loss

    Going against a pitcher like Matt Cain, the Rockies knew they were going to need to take advantage of every opportunity...

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  15. Colorado Rockies Get Aggressive Before Trading Deadline

    This is generally the time of year when Rockies fans are cringing at the rumors about which team their favorite Rockies players will be dealt to. The franchise has very rarely been in buying mode at the trade deadline...

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  16. Todd Helton Clubs 500th Career Double; Time to Appreciate One of the Greats

    The greater Denver community has no clue what they have been fortunate enough to watch for the last 11 years. Todd Helton roped a pitch in the third inning down the right field line...

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  17. Rockies-Diamondbacks: Bullpen Struggles as Colorado Loses Lead, Game to Arizona

    The Rockies celebrated the Fourth of July in a quiet clubhouse as fireworks boomed over Coors Field. They had just blown a 4-0 lead to the lowly Diamondbacks with ace Aaron Cook on the mound...

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  18. Rockies Overtake Giants for Wild Card Lead

    If the season ended today, the Rockies would be in the playoffs. After a 10-6 victory over the Diamondbacks, which was not as close as the score shows, and a Giants loss in Atlanta, ...

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  19. Tough Night Spoils Rockies Chance at Wild Card Lead

    The Rockies knew that going into tonight they could attain something that no one would have believed seven weeks ago. After Friday night's victory, the team was just a half game behind the Giants in the National League Wild Card race...

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  20. Rockies Ubaldo Jimenez Still Has to Turn The Corner

    In the off-season, the Rockies front office was wise enough to lock down budding young pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez to a long-term deal. They locked him up for four years with two additional option years for the team...

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  21. Rockies Win First Game of Second Half Behind Aaron Cook's Gutsy Performance

    The Colorado Rockies went into the All-Star break on the high of winning a game in which they were down by four runs entering the seventh inning and winning on a walk-off hit by Brad Hawpe...

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  22. When a Few More Rockies Peak, Colorado's Playoff Hopes Will Be a Mile High

    Entering the 2009 season, the average Rockies fan felt that the team had no chance to compete and was destined for yet another mediocre finish in the National League West...

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  23. Hawpe Delivers Walk-Off Double; Seth Smith Proving His Value

    It was an important game for the Rockies. They had fallen short the two previous nights and were looking at going into the All-Star break three games behind in the National League Wild Card race...

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  24. Clint Barmes Key To Colorado Rockies' Success

    When someone thinks of the offensive catalysts for the 2009 Colorado Rockies the names that immediately come to mind are Brad Hawpe and Todd Helton...

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  25. Rockies Lose A Veteran Pitcher And Clubhouse Leader

    The Colorado Rockies lost more than a game on Friday night in Denver; they also lost one of their veteran clubhouse leaders...

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