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Pirates 6, Rockies 2

The Colorado Rockies (35-33) carried a 2-1 lead into the fifth inning last night, before starter Christian Friedrich gave up four runs, creating a deficit the Rockies could not overcome, eventually losing to the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates (50-40) 6-2. The rubber game of the series is this afternoon at 1:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Walk Off With 5-4 Win Over Pirates

The Colorado Rockies (35-54) averted disaster after blowing a 3-run ninth inning lead, with Dexter Fowler's walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 9th to top the Pittsburgh Pirates (49-40) 5-4 last night in Denver. The win came after a 58-minute rain delay. Game two of the series is tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Drop Series Finale With Phillies 5-1

Left-handed starter for the Colorado Rockies (34-54), Drew Pomerantz, gave up five runs on five hits in five innings yesterday afternoon, en route to a 5-1 series finale loss to the visiting Philadelphia Phillies (39-51). The Rockies open a three-game series against the NL East leading Pittsburgh Pirates (49-39) tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Fall 8-5 To Phillies

The Colorado Rockies (34-53) fell to the visiting Philadephia Phillies (38-51) 8-5 last night in Denver. Colorado starter Jeremey Guthrie gave up four runs in the first inning. Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario belted his 15th homerun to lead all major league rookies. The rubber game of the series is this afternoon at 1:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rookies Lead Rockies to 6-2 Win Over Philly

Lead by the performance of a pair of rookies, the Colorado Rockies (34-52) topped the visiting Philadelphia Phillies (37-51) 6-2 last night. Rookie right-hander Christian Friedrich struck out seven and gave up one run on five hits over six innings. Rookie shortstop Josh Rutledge had a single, a double, an RBI, and a walk in his first MLB appearance. Game 2 of the three-game series is tonight at 6:10 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies 2012: Part II Begins Tonight in Denver

The first half of the 2012 MLB seasons is something the Colorado Rockies (33-52) would rather forget. After eighty-five games, the result is nineteen games under .500, and 13 games behind the  NL West leading Dodgers. The Rockies kick off the second half of the season tonight, opening a weekend series against the Philadelphia Phillies (37-50) at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).

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Colorado Rockies Slugger Carlos Gonzalez in Home Run Derby Tonight

For me, it used to be the highlight of the baseball season, the home run derby. There was something about Chris Berman's voice and antics, and that rivalry that Ken Griffy Jr. had with just about anyone who thought they could take him on including hometown slugger Larry Walker. Everyone smiled and had fun, what baseball is all about. It's been awhile, but we finally have another Rockie to cheer for in the home run derby tonight, and he won't even have to worry about beating Griffy. 

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Rockies Enter All-Star Break With 4-3 Win Over Nationals

The Colorado Rockies (33-52) put an end to Part I of the 2012 MLB season with a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the Washington Nationals (49-34) yesterday in DC. With the win, Colorado enters the All-Star break with a series win over Washington, who owns the best record in the National League. Carlos Gonzales will be the only Rockies player in Tuesday's All-Star lineup.

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Rockies Errors Fuel 4-1 Loss To Nationals

When you put up more errors than runs, the end result is likely not going to be in your favor. Proving the point, the Colorado Rockies (32-52) posted 1 run on 6 hits, and 4 errors in a 4-1 loss to the Washington Nationals (49-33) yesterday in DC. The rubber game of the series is this morning at 11:35 MT at Nationals Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Top Nationals 5-1 In Washington

The Colorado Rockies (32-51) combined great pitching with solid hitting en route to a 5-1 win over the Washington Nationals (48-33) last night in DC. Colorado starter Drew Pomeranz threw 6 1/3 shutout innings and Tyler Colvin hit a pair of home runs. Game 2 of the three-game series is this afternoon at 2:05 MT at Nationals Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Rockies Fall 6-2 At St. Louis, On Pace To Lose 100

At the half-way point of the season, the Colorado Rockies (31-51), who lost to the St. Louis Cardinals (44-39) 6-2 last night in St. Louis, are on pace to lose 100 games. Many believe that it would be difficult for Colorado manager Jim Tracy to survive that. The Rockies start a 3-game weekend series against the Washington Nationals (48-32) tonight at 5:05 MT at Nationals Park (TV: Root Sports).

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Cardinals Top Rockies 4-1, Game 4 Tonight

Decent pitching and quiet bats summed up the Colorado Rockies' (31-50) Fourth of July, losing to the St. Louis Cardinals (43-39) 4-1 in St. Louis. Rockies starter Jeremy Guthrie held the Cardinals to six hits and two runs in six innings. The final game of the four-game series is tonight at 6:15 MT at Busch Stadium (TV: Root Sports).

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