Chatwood Called Up in Week of Moves

It sure has been a week of movement for a team floundering after such a fantastic start.  While glimpses of the poor play that earned the Rockies NL West last place last year have been flashed around with absolute abandon, there have been some call-ups that many a fan has been begging for.  Here are … Continued

Home Sweeeeet Home!

Ahhh, what a difference a year makes! While last year’s home opener against San Francisco Giants started out like today’s: sold-out crowd, fireworks and balloons and of course anticipation of the win, it was today’s home opener that actually delivered on that promise. Instead of losing 0-7 to the hated Giants, the Rockies came out … Continued

Weiss: Chacin Opening Day Starter

Walt Weiss announced his starting pitchers for both opening days today. He has made Jhoulys Chacin his Opening Day pitcher against the Brewers, and Jeff Francis his Home Opener against the Padres. Colorado’s season officially opens in Milwaukee, with the Rockies taking on Milwaukee Brewers on Monday, April 1. Chacin hasn’t had the best spring, currently … Continued

Francis Finally Hit as Rox Struggle

Leave it to the Rockies to make Kershaw look like Kershaw. While the Rockies have had a pretty decent spring from a hitting perspective, all things considered, it didn’t take too long for the Dodgers ace to make them look like they were out of their league, and wishing to be out of the NL … Continued

So Far, Not Bad

You hear it over and over throughout Spring Training, “These games don’t matter. The score doesn’t matter. It doesn’t count.” But to look beyond the box score and the players lines would be counter to what true fans are wired to do. We enjoy checking stats and headlines, even if the slate is erased at … Continued

Pitchers Report With Big Questions

Colorado Rockies pitchers and catchers reported for duty this weekend, but until they clear their physical on Monday they are busy shooting commercials for the upcoming season. If it isn’t too late to submit a suggestion, perhaps the team could shoot a commercial with the pitching staff standing around, looking confused and in pain for … Continued