Thursday Aug 21
Changeup creates Coors advantage for De La Rosa
Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa's brown eyes burn with intensity. The scowl bubbles to the surface at times, like Wednesday night in the first inning when plate umpire Jeff Nelson called a ball on what De La Rosa thought was a good pitch to the Royals' Billy Butler.
Ferguson: Bisons' rotation gives glimpse of Blue Jays' future
Of those five today, only Nolin is still with the "Herd" and he missed a chunk of the season with an injury.
Paige: Todd Helton was a hit but the Rockies almost always a miss
The Rockies will retire No. 17 on Sunday afternoon, and Toddy Ballgame, a genuine Hall of Fame candidate, was invited by the organization to return to Coors Field, where he spent 17 seasons.
Major Leaguers who, like Colin Bates, suffered from thoracic outlet syndrome
The sunglass case that usually holds Harrisburg Senators pitcher Colin Bates' rib, next to the player in the team dugout at Metro Bank Park.
Past & Present: We left our brooms in San Francisco
For just the third time in franchise history, the Rockies swept three games from the Giants in San Francisco, here's a look back at the first two.