The Colorado Rockies outlasted the Washington Nationals 12-10 in a game that saw the ball fly all around the confines of Coors Field.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Jon Gray may be just a few small mechanical adjustments away to returning to the elite form he showed in July.
The Colorado Rockies didn't do themselves any favors going 1-9 over their last ten games. But they miraculously find themselves still just 5.5 games back.
The Colorado Rockies played a bad baseball game, wasting three home runs from Charlie Blackmon and losing to the Philadelphia Phillies 10-6.
The Colorado Rockies overcame the bad Trevor-Story-injury news to record an emphatic 7-3 victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday night at Coors Field.
The Colorado Rockies inactivity at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline signals a firm commitment to the new era of young players who have recently debuted and more yet to come.
The guys spotlight what has gone so right for the Rockies as they've won seven-of-their-last eight and sit just five games out of a playoff spot.
The Colorado Rockies took the game and the series from the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night behind Jon Gray's brilliance and David Dahl's first MLB home run.
Emerging Colorado Rockies ace Jon Gray's dominating performance of late has inspired a new moniker; The Wolf of Blake Street.
Self admittingly, Colorado Rockies right-hander Jon Gray pitches differently at his home park than he does elsewhere.
Jon Gray is interviewed on a variety of topics including working deeper into games. Jake and Drew recount their most recent conversations with the club's ace.
Ryan Edwards has on guests Jake Shapiro and Arnie Stapleton, as he talks von Miller, a Rockies home stretch, and the outstanding play of the Nuggets young rookies.
The Rockies are eight games under .500 going into the second half of the season, but there have been plenty of exciting storylines to keep fans interested in the team so far.
ke Shapiro and Drew Creasman dive deeper into first half and ask who had a successful first half, both from a team perspective and a individual perspective.
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says he felt "really, really good" about going to Jake McGee in the seventh inning last night.