Giambi on DL, Cabrera Called Up for Start

In one of the more “creative” excuses for putting a player on the DL, Jason Giambi has been placed on the 15-day list due to a “Viral Infection”… It’s good news that they found something…I thought it was just Father Time catching up with me. Jason Giambi  With the DL move it is unlikely Giambi … Continued

Nelson & Herrera to DL with LeMahieu & Brown Called Up

Scary situation for Chris Nelson and his family as doctors had to shock his heart back into rhythm Tuesday.  In light of his hospitalization the team moved him to the DL.  Jonathan Herrera has also been moved to the DL with an ailing shoulder. DJ LeMahieu and Andrew Brown have been called up to take … Continued

Nicasio Out For Season, Nelson Hospitalized

In back-to-back doses of bad news, the Rockies are dealing with two difficult blows to their team. Juan Nicasio is out for the season after knee surgery.  Four bone chips were removed from his leg and he isn’t expected to return to any sort of baseball for the next four months.  It is possible he … Continued

CarGo Picked for Home Run Derby!

Carlos Gonzales has been picked to represent the National League in this years Home Run Derby. Matt Kemp, the team leader and person in charge of selection, extended the invitation to CarGo last night through the players association representative. When CarGo was asked, it was a short conversation: Question: “Are you interested?” Answer: “Heck, yeah!” … Continued

CarGo Picked to be an All-Star!!!

Carlos Gonzales has been picked for his first All Star team today.  He was selected as a reserve and the lone Rockies representative. Congrats CarGo!!!  

Chatwood Up; Cabrera Down

Pat Saunders of the Denver Post is reporting the Colorado Rockies have recalled right-hander Tyler Chatwood from Colorado Springs and optioned Left-hander Edwar Cabrera to the Sky Sox.  Chatwood will be available for the Rockies tonight against San Diego, but circumstances indicate he will likely take the Sunday turn in the rotation that would have … Continued