Tyler Anderson, scratched from his scheduled start on Monday due to shoulder stiffness, said he first discomfort while throwing his bullpen on Saturday in Arizona but that "hopefully in a few days I'll be good."
Ahead of the team's final homestand, Jon Gray's start has been moved to the series opener against the Phillies on Monday night as original starter Tyler Anderson has been scratched due to shoulder soreness.
The Rockies kept their postseason hopes alive with a sweep of the Diamondbacks in Phoenix heading into their final homestand of the season, a critical seven-game set split between the Phillies and Nationals in LoDo.
Here was another painful reminder why the Broncos have lost their way without the guidance of franchise owner Pat Bowlen. On the morning after a loss as ugly as this 27-14 beatdown in Baltimore, the boss needs to ask tough questions.
Watching from afar, and while rehabbing from surgeries that have kept him off the diamond since the middle of last year, Troy Tulowitzki's opinion is like most around baseball. He just can't help but marvel at Colorado shortstop Trevor…
Behind another superb performance by one of their bright young starting pitchers -- in this case, 23-year-old right-hander Antonio Senzatela — the Rockies beat the Diamondbacks 5-1 on Saturday night at Chase Field.
The Broncos take some portion of practice each day to address any variety of third-down scenarios, this week for Baltimore, but not until the defense recites a credo. You call it third down. Denver calls it a money down.
After a disastrous 1-5 West Coast road swing through San Francisco (1-2) and Los Angeles (0-3), the Rockies' chance of winning their first National League West title has all but vanished. What remains is a chance for an NL wild-card berth.
With each ugly thump of a slider being buried in the catcher’s mitt, the dream of October baseball in Colorado is dying. In his biggest week wearing a Rockies uniform, Nolan Arenado is striking out. Again and again and again.
By smacking Scott Oberg's seventh-inning slider into the Dodger Stadium bleachers on Wednesday night, Yasiel Puig cemented Los Angeles' sweep of the Rockies to put his club in the driver's seat for its sixth straight NL West crown.
With ten games to play, the defeat at Dodger Stadium dropped Colorado to 2 ½ games behind Los Angeles in the NL West race and kept them 1½ back of the Cardinals for the second wild card with St. Louis' loss earlier in the day.
The shortstop is headed to Salt River Complex on Thursday to get more treatment and "maybe do a few baseball activities over there," according to manager Bud Black, to rehab from the minor injury that originated on a diving defensive play…