The Colorado Rockies have inquired with the Atlanta Braves about Martin Prado. The Braves are reportedly looking for outfield help and may have interest in Rockies outfielder Seth Smith. Prado, who has played second base, third base and left field regularly in the past, would likely fit at second with the Rockies.
The Colorado Rockies salvaged the final game of the season and avoided what would have been their first 90-loss season since 2005, beating the San Francisco Giants, 6-3, just the Rockies’ fifth win in 18 tries against the Giants in 2011.
Jhoulys Chacin pitched well in his final start of the season, but the Colorado Rockies lost 3-1 to the San Francisco Giants, who have won six straight games and 12 of 16 this season from the Rockies.
On the final Sunday of the season, the Colorado Rockies trampled the Houston Astros 19-3, reaching a season-high in runs, setting franchise records in hits and runs scored on the road and enjoying immensely a day that has brought them historic misery.
The Colorado Rockies broke their nine-game losing streak with a 4-2 win over the Houston Astros in 13 innings, scoring twice on a rally that included a bunt single, three walks, an error and a sacrifice fly.
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.
Ryan Braun led off the 11th with a homer against Matt Lindstrom, giving the Milwaukee Brewers a 2-1 win over the Colorado Rockies, who have lost four games this season at Miller Park by a total of five runs.
A sloppy sixth-inning defensively doomed the Colorado Rockies, who let an early lead slip away Friday and fell 4-1 in the first of three against the Cincinnati Reds.
The Colorado Rockies were meandering toward another loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks when they erupted for their biggest inning of the season, scoring seven runs with two out in the eighth inning to stun the Diamondbacks 8-3.
The Colorado Rockies gave up seven runs all with two outs to the San Diego Padres on Sunday, missing a chance to sweep a series on the road for the first time since April.
Esmil Rogers kept the Colorado Rockies in the game after a big first-inning mistake. But because of their continued inability to string hits together and deliver in the clutch, they lost 4-2 and were swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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.