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DENVER – Las Cucarachas don’t die easily. If you were one of the 38,181 at Coors Field who witnessed any of Colorado’s three comebacks on Sunday, you know the cockroaches usually have the last laugh. The 7-6 win wasn’t how the Rockies would have drawn it up, but Garrett Hampson’s walk-off single in the tenth inning punctuated Colorado’s fourth-straight victory and secured...

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Not much has gone the Colorado Rockies way so far in the 2019 season, but they looked like a complete team on Saturday night at Coors Field against the Miami Marlins. They pitched well thanks to starter German Márquez, played some excellent defense, and produced 11 runs on 13 hits in one of their more comfortable wins in recent memory....

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In a season-opening rematch between the Rockies Jon Gray and the Marlins Sandy Alcantar, it would be a reversal of fortune for all involved, especially the Wolf of Blake Street. On Friday night, the 3-0 victory was the exact opposite of the Colorado loss on March 31 in Miami. Instead of a six-inning, three run outing, Gray was electric, even...

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The day belonged to 23-year old starter Sandy Alcantara. The scouting report said to be on the lookout for wildness from the young man with electric stuff. But there was no wildness to be found on this day as he stayed on the corners of the strike zone all afternoon, stifling to the Colorado Rockies offense to just five hits...

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Sometimes you fry the fish, sometimes the fish fries you. On Saturday night, the Colorado Rockies were unable to keep their winning streak going to begin the season, dropping one to the Miami Marlins by the score of 7-3. Starter Tyler Anderson was not as good or efficient as the first two members of the Rockies rotation, surrendering five runs...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman breaks down the second game of the season against the Miami Marlins. The Rockies continue to look at least solid in every aspect of the game. The aggressive base running pays off this time. And we got some positive early signs from relievers needing a rebound....

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons break down almost every single inning of the first game of the Colorado Rockies 2019 season. We give our top headlines from the game, look around the league at what some former Rockies did, and give predictions for the second game in Miami....

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DENVER -The Colorado Rockies couldn’t recover from an off-day out of their starting pitcher, falling 8-5 in the rubber match at home against the Miami Marlins. After an hour-and-a-half weather delay, the Marlins jumped all over German Marquez in the first inning, starting with the very first pitch of the game that Derek Dietrich—who has been hot all series—ripped down...

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DENVER- The hot Colorado Rockies offense couldn’t find an answer for Miami Marlins starter Trevor Richards who dominated early and kept his team in the game long enough for the home bullpen to fall apart again. Once again, manager Bud Black turned to Bryan Shaw in a close game, and once again, it bit him and the team, ultimately leading...

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DENVER – In one of their more complete all-around performances of the season, the Colorado Rockies cruised to an 11-3 win over the Miami Marlins thanks to an offense that remains as hot as the surface of the sun and the kind of pitching performance that Jon Gray should seek to emulate each and every time out. There was some...

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