Rockies Streak Ends at Five

At least it wasn’t a shutout. It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that the Rockies were riding a very rare wave coming into San Francisco for their seventh game of the season.  They were sitting on a five-game winning streak and perched atop the NL West standings, but had yet to face a true … Continued

Rockies Get Weiss First Win of Career

Jorge De La Rosa struggled with command, but that didn’t stop the Rockies from handing Walt Weiss, their first year manager, the win at the end of the game. De La Rosa only lasted 4 1/3, giving up four runs on 5 hits.  He also walked three, struck out three and threw an HR pitch … Continued

Season Opener Full of Promise, Loss

The Rockies came into the 2013 season ready to show the world that they could compete. With all of the conjecture over the past few weeks, especially owner Dick Monfort’s praise of the offense as well as the bullpen before the season began, one would be hard pressed to find anyone that was willing to … Continued

Tulo, Dex and Blackmon Highlight Chat

The Denver Post hosted a 1 hour “live chat previewing Rockies’ spring training with beat writers Troy Renck and Patrick Saunder” today, covering everything from the leadership of Tulo, to the likelihood of seeing Blackmon in the outfield this season.  Dex’s name came up several times in what proved to be a very entertaining chat, … Continued

Too Early For 2012 Rockies Predictions? NO WAY!

As was pointed out, it seems that we are in the godforsaken “lull” period in-between off-season transactions and Spring Training, so maybe some outlandish predictions will spark some debate and keep us all busy for a bit. Here are mine for the 2012 Rox! NL West: 1. Rockies: 90-72 2. D-backs: 88-74 3. Giants: 85-77 4. Dodgers: … Continued

Fan Fest 2012

For anyone who hasn’t attended the Fan Fest at Coors Field, it was a really great experience for baseball fans. The Rockies had pretty much the entire stadium open for viewing. Depending on where you wanted to start, you could head down to the lower levels and walk past the coach’s conference room and into … Continued