In lieu of final Farm Report from Inside The Rockies before we move on to new things, we thought we would offer up this discussion piece to everyone on what the Colorado Rockies will look like in 2014.
A rough eighth inning for Huston Street let a 3-2 Colorado Rockies lead slip away in the second major league start for Drew Pomeranz and led to an eventual 6-5 win Saturday for the San Francisco Giants.
Kevin Millwood gave the Colorado Rockies another good start, and Carlos Gonzalez and Wilin Rosario homered in a 6-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers, the Rockies’ first win in five games at Miller Park this season.
The Colorado Rockies outlasted the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday, 12-7, in game that included a combined nine home runs — five by the Reds and four by the Rockies, including the first major-league home run for Jordan Pacheco.
The Colorado Rockies beat the San Diego Padres 5-4 and clinched their sixth straight series win at Petco Park as Alex White pitched five innings for his first Rockies win and four relievers chipped in with a scoreless inning.
Kevin Millwood pitched seven scoreless innings and relievers Rex Brothers and Rafael Betancourt finished the shutout as the Colorado Rockies snapped a three-game losing streak by taking the first of three against the San Diego Padres, 3-0.
The Colorado Rockies are sending third baseman Nolan Arenado, center fielder Tim Wheeler and first baseman Ben Paulsen to the Arizona Fall League but haven’t finalized their pitching selections.
The Colorado Rockies scored five runs in the first inning Sunday and held on to take the final game of a three-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-6.
The Colorado Rockies blew three leads but won their fourth straight game, beating the Houston Astros 8-6 when Jonathan Herrera, of all people, hit a two-run homer in the seventh
The Colorado Rockies made the most of just three hits en route to a 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers, snapping a 17-game losing streak on Sundays that stretched back to April 17.
After missing chances with runners in scoring position throughout the game, the Colorado Rockies put two big hits together in the bottom of the ninth inning with a game-tying double by Carlos Gonzalez and a three-run, walkoff home run by Jason Giambi.
The Colorado Rockies stumbled badly on the national stage and lost their 17th straight Sunday game, falling 6-2 to the St. Louis Cardinals.