Colorado Rockies

Reds 6, Rockies 4 (9 innings) Monday at Salt River Fields On the mound: Rockies starting lefty Kyle Freeland impressed in his first start of spring training with three scoreless innings. But Ryan Castellani was dreadful in relief, throwing 15 consecutive balls upon his arrival as the Rockies fell into a 3-0 hole. Southpaw Lucas Gilbreath allowed a run in the fourth and right-hander Heath Holder gave up two runs in the eighth.
Author: Denver Post
Posted: March 9, 2021, 12:39 am
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – Jeff Hoffman knows the Salt River Fields mounds very well after spending the last five years with the Colorado Rockies. Facing his former team for the first time after he was traded to the Reds in November, Hoffman looked comfortable. He struck out four in three innings, permitting three hits and one walk.
Author: Cincinnati.com
Posted: March 8, 2021, 11:32 pm
Manager Dave Roberts, whose mother is Japanese, wrote a letter to his Dodgers colleagues condemning the recent wave of violence against Asian Americans.
Author: LA Times
Posted: March 8, 2021, 8:47 pm
After one of its strangest seasons ever, baseball returns to a full schedule this year. The All-Star Game is back. Fans are back, too, at least small crowds in some places.
Author: The Sacramento Bee
Posted: March 8, 2021, 7:54 pm
The two will likely be part of a catching duo (or trio, as the Rockies have had in years past), but which one will be the true starter? Let’s explore the scenarios of how things will likely shake out heading into Opening Day. The starter As it stands now, there isn’t really a clear frontrunner for official starter.
Author: Purple Row
Posted: March 8, 2021, 2:00 pm
Hampson seems to be the first focus at CF Before Kevin Pillar was acquired at the trade deadline last year, Garrett Hampson played 20 of his 23 starts as an outfielder. Once Pillar came into the picture, he only played centerfield twice for the rest of the season — neither for a full game. Now with Pillar in New York, Hampson once again appears to be the focus at centerfield.
Author: Purple Row
Posted: March 8, 2021, 1:00 pm
Giolito allowed no hits and struck out two, while Márquez allowed just three hits (Tim Anderson, Zack Collins, and Leury García). Nothing too exciting was happening in the game — until Yoán Moncada came along. Although it was risky for a spring training game, Moncada made an outstanding catch, diving over the tarp in foul territory.
Author: South Side Sox
Posted: March 8, 2021, 12:08 am
As we officially wrap up the first week of spring training, the Sox are looking to close the week off with a win after their strong offensive performance and 7-0 win yesterday. The team will be back at Camelback Ranch today and facing the Colorado Rockies, a team that the Sox honestly haven’t seen in a while. It seems like the perfect opportunity to try and grab a win with Lucas Giolito on the mound starting for the Sox.
Author: South Side Sox
Posted: March 7, 2021, 7:35 pm
Cons: The walks are a little high, but even that’s a reach when considering he strikes out enough batters to make up for it. Bard just has to show that he can do it again. Ben Bowden Pros: Bowden has been dominant for the entirety of his pro career.
Author: milehighsports.com
Posted: March 7, 2021, 5:02 am
The Angels lost 8-2 against the Colorado Rockies on Saturday in seven innings at Tempe Diablo Stadium. ON THE MOUND: Starter Jose Quintana and closer Raisel Iglesias combined for three scoreless innings in their second outings of the spring. Quintana gave up no hits and only one walk in his two innings, striking out four.
Author: The Sacramento Bee
Posted: March 7, 2021, 5:02 am
Colorado has turned the cherished memories of Galarraga and Helton into a money pit, with Bridich unable to bring anything resembling stability to first base during his six seasons as architect of this baseball team. The arrogance of Bridich — a Harvard alum, as you might have heard — has never been so evident and counterproductive to Rockies success than his approach at first base.
Author: Denver Post
Posted: March 7, 2021, 2:00 am
The Mets managed just 6 hits against starter Antonio Senzatela and the Rockies bullpen in a 5-1 loss on Friday night
Author: SNY
Posted: March 7, 2021, 12:45 am
I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out the 2021 Rockies. I’m still trying. A day after the Nolan Arenado trade, owner Dick Monfort famously (or infamously) said: “We have an extremely talented team.
Author: Denver Post
Posted: March 6, 2021, 5:00 pm
Rodríguez allowed several hits against a handful of Dodger starters on Monday, and returns to the mound today for spring start number two. Castellani started his Cactus League campaign on Wednesday with a hit batter, a walk and a double, and while three Rockies errors in the first two innings did him little favors, four of his seven runs allowed were earned. He may work out of the bullpen in his next outing, as several of the Rockies’ main starters will make their spring debuts next week.
Author: Purple Row
Posted: March 6, 2021, 1:00 pm
Ian Desmond, a two-time Major League Baseball All-Star at the top of his professional game, stunned sports fans when he decided to stop playing. The 35-year-old Colorado Rockies centerfielder and father of five spoke exclusively to “Good Morning America” in his first interview since opting out of a second consecutive season and revealed the complexities behind the catalysts for his decision to walk away from the diamond. “There was a lot of things going on,” he said thinking back to last year.
Author: ABC News
Posted: March 5, 2021, 1:35 pm
It was a big day for the Hilliard family as Jim, who was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease (also known as ALS) in early 2018 just after retiring from a 35-year career as an orthopedic surgeon, was able to watch his son play as the starting left fielder for the Rockies. Little did the world know that at that time, Sam’s mom, Tamara, was already at work behind the scenes as an architect for MLB’s newest special day, Lou Gehrig Day, which will make its debut on June 2.
Author: Purple Row
Posted: March 5, 2021, 1:00 pm
Here’s a shortlist of three billionaire candidates to buy the Rockies should the team ever go up for sale. Last year, Forbes valued the franchise at $1.275 billion. Phil Anschutz (net worth of $10.1 billion as of this week, per Forbes) is the richest Coloradan who built his fortune across multiple industries.
Author: Denver Post
Posted: March 5, 2021, 12:45 pm
I definitely need to continue to pick Story’s and Hampson’s and other baserunners’ brains about what they look for. I definitely want to challenge myself on the basepaths this year and get some bags, because I know how much that helps the team. Twenty stolen bases is a lofty goal for Rodgers.
Author: Denver Post
Posted: March 4, 2021, 10:56 pm