The Colorado Rockies beat the New York Mets for the second straight night behind a five-run third inning.
Jon Gray pitched his best game ever at Coors Field and scored the go-ahead run in the Rockies 5-2 win over the Mets.
Jon Gray put together the most impressive outing of his young career, keeping the Giants to one hit, but the Rockies lost 2-1 in extras.
Jon Gray was as dominant as he has ever been but the Rockies couldn't get offense at the right times in 2-1 loss to Padres.
The Colorado Rockies didn't go hard enough at da Blake against the Pittsburgh Pirates as their seven run comeback fell short
Colorado Rockies rookie pitcher Jonathan Gray pitched a rehab start in Modesto last night. Manager Walt Weiss says he will need at least one more before return to MLB.
The Colorado Rockies will give Christian Bergman his first start of the season on Thursday, hopefully buying just enough time for Jon Gray to return the following week.
The Colorado Rockies will kick off 2016 with Trevor Story in the lineup and Jon Gray on the DL. We talk about all that, offer some predictions for the season, and break down the entire 25-man roster on this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast.
Want to know about the favorite music, movies, and videogames of your favorite Colorado Rockies? Of course you do. In this episode, Nolan Arenado, Jon Gray, and Benjamin Paulsen answer our BSN Rockies Pop Culture Questionnaire.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Jonathan Gray is expected to miss some time after suffering an abdominal injury against the Brewers Tuesday.
The Colorado Rockies have a slew of inexperienced but high-potential pitchers set to start the 2016 season. Jon Gray and Chad Bettis took the time to talk to BSN Denver about how they are growing into their roles.
Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich likes what he sees out of his young pitching staff so far in spring training camp 2016. Is this the best crop of pitchers in team history?
The Colorado Rockies first week of spring training is in the books. Here is a look inside the pertitent numbers.
Leading up to Colorado Rockies spring training 2016, we will be profiling a number of interesting players for fans to keep their eyes on. We will be focusing on specific elements of each player's game or health or even occasionally statistics as a kind of viewer guide while the team is in Scottsdale.
The Colorado Rockies rotation had the worst ERA in the majors in 2015. Giving up one-third of a run more than the second worst team every single game. In 2016, the Rockies have a lot of young, 'high impact' pitchers as they enter Spring Training.
We at BSN Denver are running a series where we rank how valuable each of the Colorado Rockies’ 51 players was to the team in 2015. Value was calculated by statistics, viewing, and how memorable each player’s contributions were. The rankings will be from last to first, you may view the full rankings (here) Player: Jon Gray Stats: 9 G, 40.2 IP, 0-2, 5.53…...
Aug. 4, 2015 was an important day in the history of the Colorado Rockies. After all the talk and all the speculation, Jon Gray made his debut on the mound of Coors Field. The right-hander has been called the savior of the Rockies’ terrible starting rotation. He was going to cement himself as the ace of the next 10…...