From Dexter Fowler and Jorge De La Rosa to Jason Giambi and Justin Morneau, Drew and Patrick take a look at the greatest players in Colorado Rockies history… who were never All Stars. Plus, a few thoughts on the newest chapter in the Nolan Arenado mess.
Jorge De La Rosa’s journey to become a LoDo legend took more twists and turns than the Elitch Gardens’ Mind Eraser. Signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks out of high school in Guadalajara, Mexico, the left-hander would flame out after 23 games as a professional before returning to his homeland to pitch for the Monterrey Sultanes of the Mexican League. The…
When Nolan Arenado’s batting average dipped below .200 following a fly ball out in his first at bat, there was no real cause for alarm; while it may have been only the 11th game of his first full-season in the majors, the 22-year-old would have preferred a better start. In his second at bat, he laced a single past the…
Coming off a successful 2017 campaign that saw the Rockies make the playoffs for the first time in eight years by winning the second National League Wild Card, your pals in purple picked up right where they left off for Opening Day 2018: Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ. The 11-8 loss in the NL Wild Card game the previous season…
Even with the rise of home runs across the board this season – including on pitches that have historically been outs – the baseball adage that good pitching beats good hitting is still accurate in 2019. The rate of homers is higher than ever, but throughout the game several starting pitchers and relievers have been able to suppress scoring,…...
Jorge De La Rosa shouldn't have his number retired, but that should not detract from how important and impressive his Colorado Rockies career has been.
In what could have been Jorge De La Rosa's final game for the Colorado Rockies, the club's most successful pitcher tossed a dud and the Rockies lost 10-5.
The Colorado Rockies season has almost officially come to a close as they are now on the brink of mathematical elimination from the NL West at 72-78.
The Colorado Rockies were never really in their 11-4 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks despite scoring the first three runs of the game.
Cristhian Adames was the hero in the Rockies' second walk-off win of 2016, a come-from-behind 6-5 victory.
[Elite_video_player id=”9″] Jorge De La Rosa turned in his second very good outing in a row and even though the Rockies blew their 21st save of the season, Colorado’s offense exploded in extra innings in a 9-4 win against the Washington Nationals. With one out in the top of the third, Charlie Blackmon turned on an inside pitch and…...
The Colorado Rockies lost to the Texas Rangers because of a late-inning comeback ... for the third straight day.
The Colorado Rockies made a late comeback but coughed it up, losing in heartbreaking fashion to the Miami Marlins and fell to four games back in the Wild Card race.
Everything you need-to-know about the Colorado Rockies leading up to the 2 p.m. MT MLB Trade Deadline.
The Colorado Rockies did it again Saturday as they turned a rough start into a 7-2 victory in New York against the Mets.
Hosted by BSN Denver's own Jake Shapiro, and guest co-hosted by Drew Creasman, the two Colorado Rockies reporters broke down the trade deadline
The Colorado Rockies played some sloppy baseball in a 3-2 loss to the Baltimore Orioles, including dropping the ball twice on the final play.