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Tyler Chatwood's replacement was unable to keep Jurickson Profar down on Saturday as he homered twice.
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Juan Nicasio tossed six scoreless innings as the Colorado Rockies blanked the San Francisco Giants, 5-0, in the finale of a four-game set from Coors Field.
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The Colorado Rockies take aim at the National League West Division lead on Monday when they meet up with the Arizona Diamondbacks at Coors Field.
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Nicasio has struggled to pitch consistently deep into games this year and can't seem to give the Rockies quite what they are looking for .
Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario blasts his ninth home run of the season in the fifth inning Saturday night at Coors Field.
Twice this month, the Yankees have traded with the Rockies for a reserve infielder.
The clock is ticking for Juan Nicasio. Despite a 3-1 record, the Rockies right-hander hasn't performed up to snuff through the first six weeks of the season, unable to pitch longer than six innings in any of his eight outings so far while his ERA has ballooned to 5.13. All the struggles have Nicasio's spot in the Colorado starting rotation hanging ... (more)
The way right-hander Chad Bettis began his comeback season with the Double-A Tulsa Drillers, it wasn't far-fetched to think he might be in the picture to get called up by the Rockies.
Coors Field is a tough place to play even when you're doing everything right. The Giants did a lot of things wrong on Friday, and they paid the price.
September 11, 2012; Denver, CO, USA; San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner delivers a pitch during the first inning against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.
The Rockies' affiliates went 3-1 on Thursday. Rafael Ortega may be coming alive and Drew Pomeranz continued to showcase why he is ready to be called up soon.
On this edition, Andrew, Paul and I discuss the following topics and more: - Tempering expectations after a surprisingly good April.
The Baseball Gods must be playing some sort of sick game. As if it weren't bad enough to lose to the Giants over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over , they must also lose in the most humiliating, painful ways possible.
Raising his batting average nearly 70 points in three weeks and cutting his strikeout rate to essentially nothing? That's the easy part of this face-of-the-franchise gig Anthony Rizzo got with his big contract this week.