9/26/2016 | Inbox: What is Weiss' future with Rockies?
Is Walt Weiss to blame for the Rockies' bullpen troubles? What is his future with the club? Beat reporter Thomas Harding answers this question and more in the latest Inbox.
9/26/2016 | Rox's instructs highlights depth of farm system
The Rockies may have had their best year ever for rookies in 2016. Tyler Anderson, David Dahl, Carlos Estevez, Jon Gray, Trevor Story and Tony Wolters all graduated to Coors Field this season. Jeff Hoffman, German Marquez and Raimel Tapia also made their big league debuts, while Tom Murphy showed impressive power for the second straight September.
9/25/2016 | Rockies recall Fernandez's smile, joy for game
Carlos Gonzalez's glowing smile was mostly absent on Sunday morning. It only showed when he remembered the beam of the late Jose Fernandez, the Marlins' 24-year-old star pitcher who was tragically killed in a boating accident.
9/25/2016 | Moore seeking better results in rematch with Rockies
Left-handed pitcher Matt Moore and the Giants will get another crack at the Rockies on Tuesday night in the first of three games at AT&T Park. It hasn't been easy for Moore or his team.
9/24/2016 | McCarthy, LA aim to honor Scully, claim West
Like so many of the fans it holds, Dodger Stadium has never been without the voice of Vin Scully. That will be true for one last game on Sunday, as Scully continues the end of his 67-year career with his final home broadcast. Taking the mound will be Brandon McCarthy for the Dodgers and Tyler Anderson for the visiting Rockies.
9/24/2016 | Arenado hopes to get Vin's signature on 40-HR bat
The Rockies' Nolan Arenado put his game preparation aside and absorbed the ceremony for Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, whom he watched and listened to while growing up in Southern California. Then Arenado sent Scully the gift of his power, hoping Scully will send him a signature.
9/24/2016 | Q&A: Howe reflects on his 7 trips to the postseason
Art Howe spent 33 years as a player, scout, coach and manager in the Major Leagues, and was able to take part in the postseason seven times. He reflects on those experiences in this week's Q&A.
9/24/2016 | Arenado joins 'elite' 3B club with 40th homer
Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado became the third third baseman in history to have multiple 40-homer seasons before turning 26 when he went deep against the Dodgers' Josh Fields in the sixth inning Friday night at Dodger Stadium.
9/24/2016 | Vin's big night a winner! Dodgers near clinch
Vin Scully Appreciation Night started with an emotional pregame tribute for the retiring Hall of Fame announcer and ended with a 5-2 Dodgers win over the Rockies on Friday night, cutting their magic number to win the National League West to two while extending the lead over the Giants to seven games with eight to play.
9/23/2016 | Weiss not speculating on future with Rockies
Rockies manager Walt Weiss has starred in several stories speculating which managers won't return for 2017, but Weiss won't participate in the rumors because he holds at least part of the answer.
9/23/2016 | Grandal slam drops Dodgers' magic No. to 4
Vin Scully Weekend at Dodger Stadium doesn't officially start until Friday, but the Dodgers got the celebration started early Thursday night with a 7-4 comeback win over Colorado, Yasmani Grandal's two homers cutting the magic number to win the National League West to four.
9/23/2016 | Weiss, Arenado tossed in eighth inning
Already angry, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado looked at the replay of his called strike three in the eighth inning and blew a fuse. Shortly thereafter he earned an ejection from the 7-4 loss to the Dodgers on Thursday night.
9/22/2016 | Rockies pay visit to Scully's booth, gift in hand
All of the Rockies' players, staff, broadcasters and club owners signed the "LAD" plate from the out-of-town scoreboard at Coors Field for retiring Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully. Walt Weiss, Rene Lachemann, bullpen coach Darren Holmes, and players Nolan Arenado, Nick Hundley and Adam Ottavino made the presentation in Scully's TV booth.
9/22/2016 | Kazmir returns to mound to face Rockies
Friday night is Dodgers left-hander Scott Kazmir's turn to demonstrate that he is postseason ready. In the second of four games against the Rockies, Kazmir will be opposing Rockies rookie righty Jon Gray, who is coming off a club-record 16 strikeouts in his last start, a home shutout victory over the Padres. But more important, it will be Kazmir's first appearance since Aug. 22 -- before he was shelved with thoracic spinal inflammation.
9/22/2016 | Starting at bottom, Gray rises to top of rotation
The moment is permanently etched in Rockies right-hander Jon Gray's memory. Winless in 11 big league starts, having allowed 11 earned runs in 8 2/3 innings in his first two starts this season, Gray began start No. 3 by giving up back-to-back singles to Jon Jay and Wil Myers in San Diego to open the bottom of the first inning May 2, and Matt Kemp doubled them home.
9/21/2016 | RBI-leader Arenado's slam catalyzes Rockies
Even if his name doesn't appear high on voters' lists for the National League Most Valuable Player Award, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado is happy to just keep contributing for his team. Wednesday was no exception, as he led the way offensively in a 11-1 win over the Cardinals with a grand slam in a 2-for-3 afternoon at Coors Field.
9/21/2016 | Dodgers host Rox in bid to close in on division
Brett Anderson and the Dodgers look to inch closer to a fourth straight National League West title as they take on Tyler Chatwood and the Rockies on Thursday.
9/21/2016 | Cards overpowered by Rox, can't gain WC edge
German Marquez was exceptional in his first Major League start, and Nolan Arenado's grand slam powered the Rockies past the Cardinals, 11-1, at Coors Field on Wednesday. The loss kept the Cardinals tied with the Giants and Mets for the two National League Wild Card spots.
9/21/2016 | Blackmon sets Rockies' mark for leadoff RBIs
With a home run in the fifth inning of the Rockies' 10-5 loss to the Cardinals on Tuesday night, center fielder Charlie Blackmon set the franchise record for RBIs by a Colorado leadoff hitter.
9/20/2016 | Rox rotation should follow De La Rosa's lead
Jorge De La Rosa was a 10-year baseball journeyman, who spent the bulk of his time bouncing around in the Minor Leagues with the D-backs, Red Sox, Brewers and Royals, when the Rockies decided to give him a shot. In spring 2008, Colorado acquired him from Kansas City to complete a trade for Ramon Ramirez.
9/20/2016 | Cole returns to ballpark after being hit in BP
Rockies third-base coach Stu Cole was taken to the hospital after being struck in the head by a ball while throwing batting practice prior to Tuesday night's 10-5 loss to the Cardinals.
9/20/2016 | Cardinals looking to hold top Wild Card spot with sweep
The Cardinals will be looking for a three-game sweep of the Rockies and to remain in the top Wild Card spot with right-hander Luke Weaver on the mound on Wednesday at Coors Field.
9/20/2016 | Waino's 4 RBIs help Cardinals tie for top Wild Card
Behind a career-high four RBIs from Adam Wainwright, the Cardinals held on to a National League Wild Card spot with a 10-4 victory over the Rockies on Tuesday night at Coors Field.
9/20/2016 | LeMahieu all about team goals, not batting title
If Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu's plate appearances, which double as clinics in situational hitting, fly under the radar, it's time to recalibrate the device.
9/19/2016 | Waino, Cards continue WC chase at Coors
Adam Wainwright, who will start Tuesday night in the middle game of a three-game set against the Rockies and lefty Jorge De La Rosa, looks to return his dominant form to keep the Cardinals in the National League Wild Card chase.
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