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Rockies, Pirates Postponed Due To Rain

Game one of the series between the Colorado Rockies (8-7) and Pittsburgh Pirates (6-9) was rained out last night at PNC Park, and will be made up as a double-header on Wednesday. Tonight's game featuring Jamie Moyer on the mound for the Rockies will remain as scheduled, starting at 5:05 MT (TV: none).

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Rockies Top Brewers 4-1, Off to (Snowy?) Pittsburgh

Michael Cuddyer's two run eighth inning double broke a one all tie and lifted the Colorado Rockies (8-7) over the Milwaukee Brewers (7-9) 4-1 yesterday afternoon in Miller Park. Colorado starter Jeremy Guthrie went seven innings, giving up just one run on three hits. The Rockies are scheduled to face the Pirates in Pittsburgh tonight at 5:05 MT where a Winter Storm Watch is in effect (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Fall To Brewers 9-4, Try To Even Series Today

Colorado Rockies (7-7) left-hander Drew Pomerantz started the game by throwing four perfect innings, before the bottom began to fall out in the fifth, with Rockies pitchers giving up nine runs over the next three innings, leading the Milwaukee Brewers (7-8) to a 9-4 win. Game three of the series is this afternoon at 12:10 at Miller Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Late Single Leads Rockies Over Brewers 4-3

Michael Cuddyer was out of the lineup last night with an injured toe, but it wasn't enough to keep him from delivering a pinch-hit single in the ninth to drive in the winning run and lift the Colorado Rockies (7-6) over the Milwaukee Brewers (6-8) 4-3 at Miller Field. The two teams will go at it again this evening at 5:10 in Milwaukee (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Road Trip Starts Tonight in Milwaukee

The Colorado Rockies (6-6) begin a six game road trip tonight against the Milwaukee Brewers (6-7) in Miller Park at 6:10 MT (TV: Root Sports).  Right-hander Jhoulys Chacin (0-1) is expected to take the mound for the Rockies, with right-hander Shaun Marcum scheduled to start for Milwaukee. Struggling Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is expected to be back in the lineup after a night off on Wednesday.

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Nicasio Gets Win, Rockies Beat Padres 8-4

Juan Nicasio recorded his first win following last year's season-ending neck injury, throwing 6 1/3 innings, leading the Colorado Rockies (6-6) to an 8-4 win over the San Diego Padres (3-10) at Coors Field. The Rockies, who went 5-4 in their first homestand of the season, hit the road for a weekend series that starts tomorrow night in Milwaukee.

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Rockies Win 5-3, Moyer Makes History

49-year old left-hander Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher in major league history to earn a win last night, throwing seven innings en route to a Colorado Rockies (5-6) 5-3 win over the San Diego Padres (3-9). The two teams face off again tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field in the final game of the series. (TV: Root Sports.)

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Rockies Lose 7-1, Moyer Takes Shot At History Again Tonight

The San Diego Padres (3-8) won just their third game of the season last night, roughing up the Colorado Rockies (4-6) 7-1 in Denver. 49-year old left-hander Jamie Moyer will get the start tonight for the Rockies at 6:40 at Coors Field, trying to become the oldest pitcher in MLB history to record a win. (TV: Root Sports.)

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Rockies Lose to D-backs 5-2, Welcome Padres Tomorrow

On a wet and windy day in Denver, the Arizona Diamondbacks (6-3) salvaged a 5-2 win to keep the Colorado Rockies (4-5) from sweeping the series, after Colorado won on Friday and Saturday. The Rockies welcome the San Diego Padres (2-7) to town tomorrow night at 6:40, opening a three game series at Coors Field. (TV: Root Sports.)

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Helton, Rockies Walk Off with 8-7 Win

Todd Helton belted a two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth last night to give the Colorado Rockies (4-4) an 8-7 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks (5-3) at Coors Field. It was Helton's first home run of the season, and came after the Rockies had blown a four run lead. The two teams wrap up their series this afternoon at at 1:10 in Denver. (TV: Root Sports.)

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Rockies Top D-backs 7-6, Go Again Tonight

The Colorado Rockies (3-4) opened a three-game series against the defending division champions with a 7-6 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks (5-2) last night in Denver. With the game tied 6-6, Todd Helton hit an RBI double in the eighth, giving the Rockies a 7-6 win. The two teams will be at it again tonight at 6:10 at Coors Field. (TV: Root Sports.)

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Rockies Fall to Giants 4-2, Face D-backs Tonight

The Colorado Rockies (2-4) were unable to overcome a 4-0 deficit against the San Francisco Giants (2-4) yesterday afternoon, leaving 49-year old Jamie Moyer with a loss in his debut at home in a Rockies uniform. The Rockies have now dropped two of three in the first two series of the season, and open a weekend series against the Arizona Diamondbacks (5-1) tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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