Colorado Rockies

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…
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…
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…
Colvin’s Homer Lifts Rockies to 3-2 Win Over Cards
Trailing 2-0, center-fielder Tyler Colvin belted a three-run homer in the third inning, lifting the Colorado Rockies (31-49) to a 3-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals (42-39) last night in St. Louis. It was Colvin's tenth home run of the season. Game three of the four-game series is t…
Rockies Fall In St. Louis 9-3
The Colorado Rockies (30-49), tied for the fewest wins in the National League, lost to the St. Louis Cardinals (42-38) 9-3 last night in St. Louis. All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez singled in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to 10 games. Game two of the four-game series is tonight at…
Padres Shutout Rockies 2-0, CarGo An Allstar
On the day it was announced that Carlos Gonzales would represent the Colorado Rockies (30-48) on the NL All-Star team, his team's bats were silenced as the San Diego Padres (30-50) earned a 2-0 shutout victory in Denver. The Rockies open a four-game series against the St. Louis Cardin…
Long Ball Hurts Rockies In 8-4 Loss To Padres
The Colorado Rockies (30-47) lost to the only other National League team with a record below .500 last night, falling to the visiting San Diego Padres (29-50) 8-4. Padres' rookie catcher Yasmani Grandal collected his first two MLB hits, both home runs. The rubber game of the series is this afte…
Rockies Top Nationals In 11 Inning Slugfest
After taking an early 7-0 lead yesterday in Denver, the Colorado Rockies (29-46) needed extra innings to top the Washington Nationals (43-31) 11-10, and earn a split in the 4-game series. Marco Scutaro delivered the walk-off 11th inning hit for Colorado. The Rockies open a weekend series agains…
Nationals Rout Rockies 11-5
The debut of the Colorado Rockies' (28-46) newest addition, left-hander Edwar Cabrera, did not go well as he was hit hard last night by the visiting Washington Nationals (43-30), en route to an 11-5 Nationals win. It was Cabrera's first MLB action. The final matchup of the four-game series…
Four Washington Homers Bury Rockies 12-5
The Colorado Rockies (28-45), owners of the highest team ERA in baseball, saw it climb further last night after losing to the visiting Washington Nationals (42-30) 12-5 in Denver. The loss came on the day that 10-year Colorado pitching coach Bob Apodaca stepped down. Game 3 of the four game ser…
Rockies Return Home To Top Nationals 4-2
On the hottest night in Coors Field's 20-year history (100 degrees at game time), the Colorado Rockies (28-44) cooled down one of the hottest teams in baseball by beating the visiting Washington Nationals (41-30) 4-2 last night in Denver. Game 2 of the four game series is at 6:40 tonight at Coo…
Rockies Return To Denver After 4-2 Loss At Texas
The Colorado Rockies (27-44) ended their 2012 interleague schedule with a 4-2 loss at the Texas Rangers (45-28) last night. Alex White gave up four runs in three innings, and Colorado was unable to score until a ninth inning rally that came up short. The Rockies return home to open a three-game seri…

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