The Colorado Rockies were not buyers, sellers or rearrangers at the trade deadline, making no moves as their division rivals were among the most active.
The Colorado Rockies haven’t found much of a market for Aaron Cook and are reportedly telling teams they aren’t trading Brad Hawpe because they need him given the uncertain health of Todd Helton.
The Colorado Rockies salvaged the final game of their series with the Pittsburgh Pirates and snapped an eight-game losing streak with a good start from Ubaldo Jimenez and a series of key two-out hits.
Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com reports the Colorado Rockies are no longer trying to acquire Jorge Cantu and are likely trade deadline sellers. But selling isn’t necessarily the same as giving up on the season.
The Colorado Rockies’ road woes followed them home as they dropped their seventh in a row, this time to the worst road team in baseball, behind a lackluster offense and costly mistakes.
Some of you have surely noticed Ken Rosenthal’s latest buzz about the Colorado Rockies suddenly becoming sellers at the trade deadline. At first glance, this may have come as a shock, but upon further review most of the speculation has already been considered.
The Colorado Rockies had a chance to salvage a series split from the Florida Marlins behind a solid start from Jorge De La Rosa, but fall short in late scoring opportunities and lose in a walkoff.
The Colorado Rockies lost their second straight game to the Reds, who romped as Jorge De La Rosa gave up three homers, five walks and was knocked out in the fourth.
Brad Hawpe, who was originally drafted by the Colorado Rockies as a first baseman,will get his first major-league start at first base Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds.
The Colorado Rockies ran out of late-inning comebacks and lost the series finale to the San Diego Padres to enter the All-Star break two games off the NL West lead and tied atop the wild-card standings.
Ian Stewart capped two five-run innings with home runs, the second a grand slam, and drove in six runs as the Colorado Rockies twice overcame three-run deficits to move within two games of the first-place Padres.
After watching a lead unravel in the eighth inning, the Colorado Rockies missed multiple opportunities to push across the winning run before finally breaking through in the bottom of the 15th to win the longest game in Coors Field history.