Colorado Rockies

Ninth Inning Error Leads to 7-6 Rockies Loss In Philly
In a season when wins have been difficult to come by, last night's ninth inning error by Todd Helton was especially painful, as the Colorado Rockies (25-42) let one they should have won slip away, losing to the Philadelphia Phillies (33-37) 7-6. The series finale is set for 5:05 MT tonight at C…
Phillies 7, Rockies 2
The Colorado Rockies (25-41) continue to struggle, losing last night for the 11th time in 12 games, 7-2 to the Philadelphia Phillies (32-37). Colorado also announced yesterday that it was sending Jeremy Guthrie to the bullpen, and will go with a four man rotation for the foreseeable future. The…
Rockies Open Series in Philly Tonight
The Colorado Rockies (25-40) open a three-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies (31-37) tonight in Philly. The Rockies enter the series having lost 10 of their last 11, and the Phillies are coming off a series sweep by Toronto. The first pitch is scheduled for 5:05 MT at Citizens Bank P…
Tigers Shut Out Rockies 5-0 in Series Finale
It was another quiet day at the plate as Colorado Rockies (25-40) hitters struck out 13 times, and were unable to produce any runs en rout to a 5-0 road loss in the interleague series finale against the Detroit Tigers (32-34) yesterday afternoon in Motown. The Rockies are off today before openi…
Tigers 4, Rockies 1
Quiet bats, and no runs for the first eight innings ended in a Colorado Rockies (25-39) 4-1 interleague road loss yesterday afternoon against the Detroit Tigers (31-34). The lone Colorado run came on a Detroit error in the ninth. The rubber game of the series is at 11:05 MT today at Comerica Pa…
Rockies End Skid With 12-4 Win At Detroit
The Colorado Rockies (25-38) ended an eight game losing streak, and picked up their first interleague win in ten tries, with a 12-4 win over the Detroit Tigers (30-34) last night in Motown. The game was tied before Colorado put up eight runs in the top of the tenth. The two teams face off again…
Rockies Fall to A’s 8-2, Swept for Second Straight Series
The highest scoring team in the National League couldn't get the bats going this afternoon, as the struggling Colorado Rockies (24-38) fell to the Oakland Athletics (29-35) 8-2 this afternoon in Denver, completing a sweep by the opposition for the second straight series. The Rockies face t…
Losing Streak Hits Seven, Rockies Fall 10-8 to A’s
A big night by Michael Cuddyer and a Todd Helton grand slam were not enough to make up for shaky pitching as the Colorado Rockies (24-37) lost for the seventh straight time, falling to the Oakland Athletics (28-35) 10-8 last night in Denver. The final game of the interleague series is…
Athletics 8, Rockies 5
The Colorado Rockies (24-36) lost their sixth in a row, and fell to 0-7 this season in interleague games after an 8-5 loss to the visiting Oakland Athletics (27-35) last night. Rockies pitchers now have the worst ERA (6.27) in Major League Baseball. The second contest of the three-game series i…
Rockies Open Interleague Series vs. Oakland Tonight
Coming off a three-game sweep by the visiting Los Angeles Angels (32-29), the Colorado Rockies (24-35) will try to end a five-game losing tonight with Jeremy Guthrie scheduled to take the mound for Colorado against the Oakland Athletics (26-35) at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).
Rockies Swept by Angels, Lose Fifth Straight
The Colorado Rockies (24-35) battled back to tie the game at 6-6 in only the second inning yesterday, but the visiting Los Angeles Angels (32-29) had more firepower than Colorado could keep up with, and the Rockies fell for the fifth straight time, losing to L.A. 10-8. The Rockies are off today befo…
Angels 11, Rockies 5
Five home runs were not enough as the Colorado Rockies (24-34) lost 11-5 to the visiting Los Angeles Angels (31-29) last night in Denver. Saturday's loss came in the return to Colorado of Jeff Francis, who pitched for the Rockies from 2004-10. The finale of the three-game series is th…

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