1. Time for Colorado Rockies Fans To Take the Next Step

    For years it was acceptable. For years, there when other clubs came to visit Coors Field, it was understandable that fans for the other teams outnumbered Rockies fans...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 265 reads 8 comments

  2. Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies Continue Incredible Run

    No, Colorado Rockies fans, this isn't a dream. On Thursday, the Rockies swept a doubleheader from the Mets, completing a four-game sweep of the reeling New York club...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 89 reads 0 comments

  3. Troy Tulowitzki Continues To Lead Colorado Rockies to Victory

    People who follow the Colorado Rockies expected them to be good—but not this good. After yet another impressive victory at Citi Field on Wednesday night, the Rockies ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 112 reads 0 comments

  4. Colorado Rockies Off To a Fast Start

    Since the Colorado Rockies emerged from their years of rebuilding, there has been one area where they have remained consistent. Losing in April...

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  5. Colorado Rockies Finding Ways To Win

    The Colorado Rockies won on Monday night in New York 7-6. It was just their sixth victory on the road against the Mets in New York since 2003...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 142 reads 4 comments

  6. Colorado Rockies Looking To Reverse April Curse

    It is no secret that the Colorado Rockies are not a very good April team. They generally come out of the gate slow, then find their groove and work the rest of the season to get back into the race...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  7. Colorado Rockies: Greg Reynolds Answers Call, Ty Wigginton Delivers in Late Win

    Greg Reynolds made a statement on the mound in Pittsburgh on Saturday night. Throughout spring training, the former No. 1 draft pick never made excuses...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 111 reads 0 comments

  8. Colorado Rockies lose an ugly one in Pittsburgh

    Suddenly it looked like 2010 again for the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies looked like they were going to ride the wave of momentum that they were building up over the course of the first week of the season...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 19 reads 0 comments

  9. Esmil Rogers Relieves Worried Colorado Rockies Fans

    There was no doubt that the Colorado Rockies would be loaded on offense. The questions coming into the season were on the pitching side...

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  10. Colorado Rockies Slug Their Way To Sweep of the L.A. Dodgers

    It's never an easy task for the Rockies. So when they can sweep the Dodgers, they will take it, even if it is a two-game series. On Wednesday at Coors Field, the Rockies were able to hold on—barely—for a 7-5 win over Los Angeles...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  11. Greg Reynolds Deserves Another Shot to Win Rockies Fans' Trust

    The Colorado Rockies announced on Wednesday that ace Ubaldo Jimenez will start the season on the disabled list. That is bad news for the club no matter how you slice it...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 225 reads 0 comments

  12. Jhoulys Chacin Dazzles for Colorado Rockies in 2011 Debut vs. L.A. Dodgers

    Don't underestimate these Colorado Rockies. Many of the experts have said that the Rockies are a serious contender based on their lineup. However, their pitching staff is pretty much Ubaldo Jimenez and a bunch of no-names beyond him...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 66 reads 0 comments

  13. Colorado Rockies Must Defeat the L.A. Dodgers To Be Dominant

    The Colorado Rockies have gone from being the laughing stock of the National League to a contender. It took several years to build a farm system that was capable of competing ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 94 reads 2 comments

  14. Colorado Rockies: Rainout Benefits the Club

    Never trust the weather in Colorado. Especially in the spring. After opening the season with two games played in near-perfect weather, with temperatures in the mid-70's, the Colorado ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 321 reads 5 comments

  15. Colorado Rockies: Chris Iannetta Delivers Hits, Jorge De La Rosa Deals With Blisters

    Pitching wins championships. If the old saying is true, then the Rockies are going to need to figure out a way to keep their starters healthy...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 117 reads 2 comments

  16. Colorado Rockies Drop Opener: Not Time to Panic

    There has never been a must-win Opening Day. Judging by the feeling outside of Coors Field following the Rockies 7-6, 11-inning defeat, it seemed as if the front office had pulled a fast one on its fans...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 120 reads 3 comments

  17. Colorado Rockies Set for Opening Day With High Hopes

    The Colorado Rockies are back. It's not just the fact that they are back in Colorado ready to open their season on Friday. They are back in the sense that once again they are at the forefront of Colorado sports...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  18. 2011 MLB Predictions: Who Needs 'Em?

    Opening Day is upon us. Those words will make even the oldest of baseball fans giddy with excitement. For whatever reason, game No. 1 out of 162 is inspiring...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 790 reads 2 comments

  19. Colorado Rockies: Why the Blake Street Bombers Face a Tough Road in April

    The Colorado Rockies need to get off to a quick start. It's a story that's been written a hundred times...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 628 reads 7 comments

  20. Barry Bonds Perjury Trial: Home Run King's Trial Begins With Steroid Admission

    Barry Bonds , the all-time home run leader and single-season home run champion, finally went on trial Tuesday. He is charged with four counts of perjury from when he testified before a grand jury in regards to the BALCO scandal...

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  21. Colorado Rockies Will Succeed Because of Lack of Expectations

    The Colorado Rockies pride themselves on building from within. In 2010, their Opening Day starting lineup consisted of eight homegrown players. It was by far the most in baseball...

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  22. Jim Tracy Fits the Makeup of the Colorado Rockies Well

    When the Colorado Rockies brought Jim Tracy in to be the bench coach for the 2009 season, there was no doubt that he was a fall-back plan in case Clint Hurdle couldn't get the Rockies off to a quick start...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 226 reads 3 comments

  23. Colorado Rockies' Spring Training Battles: Fifth Spot in the Rotation

    Heading into the spring, the Rockies were saying that their rotation was already decided. Ubaldo Jimenez, Jorge De La Rosa, Jhoulys Chacin, Jason Hammel and Aaron Cook had the five spots locked up...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 262 reads 7 comments

  24. MLB: The Problem With Relying Solely on Sabermetrics

    Much to the chagrin of baseball purists, sabermetrics are here to stay. Many baseball fans are well-aware of the new brand of statistics, but even the casual fan has ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 439 reads 2 comments

  25. Colorado Rockies: Injuries Adding Up Early

    The Colorado Rockies spent much of the 2010 season on the disabled list. Troy Tulowitzki missed 33 games with a broken wrist, Todd Helton spent more than 15 days on the shelf with a bad back and Huston Street didn't see Coors Field until June...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 297 reads 5 comments