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6/28/2015 | Rockies managing Hawkins' workload

Rockies reliever LaTroy Hawkins' right arm needed just a little more rest after heavy usage during the Rockies' last homestand and wasn't used Friday and Saturday against the Giants in situations that could have been his.


6/28/2015 | Arenado keeps up torrid stretch with 2 homers

Nolan Arenado hit two homers in Sunday's Rockies game vs. the Giants, Arenado's 23rd and 24th of the season to give him eight in his last seven games. Additionally, Arenado has at least one hit, one run and one RBI in his last seven games. According to ESPN Stats & Info, the only other player in the last five years with such a streak was Tigers star Miguel Cabrera, who had a seven-game run in 2013.


6/28/2015 | Rockies, A's look to bounce back in series opener

The Rockies and A's will meet for the only time this season when Colorado visits the Coliseum for a three-game series starting Monday night.


6/27/2015 | Small slips cost Rusin in solid outing vs. Giants

Rockies starter Chris Rusin went 6 1/3 innings in Saturday's 7-5 loss to the Giants and gave up 10 hits, including Matt Duffy's homer in the fifth. But just two runs were earned, and Duffy's long ball didn't hurt him as much as the addition of some smaller miscues.


6/27/2015 | Axford making case for All-Star selection

Rockies closer John Axford politely and efficiently wrapped up conversations by his locker Saturday morning, then opened his phone and studied the stats of his peers before casting his All-Star Game votes. Will the numbers and the ballots also work for Axford?


6/27/2015 | Bumgarner brings heat to matchup with Kendrick

The San Francisco Giants send the ace of their pitching staff, Madison Bumgarner, to the mound Sunday afternoon as they look to take the series finale against the Colorado Rockies at AT&T Park. The Rockies counter with right-hander Kyle Kendrick, who is coming off a win against the D-backs.


6/27/2015 | With five hits, CarGo plays big hand in win

Carlos Gonzalez left Sunday's game and had appeared only on defense in two of the last three games because of a sprained left hand. But he returned hot -- with five hits in the Rockies' 8-6 victory over the Giants on Friday night.


6/27/2015 | Arenado, CarGo lead Rockies past Giants

Nolan Arenado homered twice, giving him six in the last five games, and Carlos Gonzalez delivered five hits as the Rockies held off the Giants in the ninth and won for the fifth time in six games, 8-6, at AT&T Park on Friday night.


6/26/2015 | Lincecum looks to rebound against Rockies

Tim Lincecum gets the ball for the Giants on Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park for the second part of a three-game series against the Rockies. Colorado counters with left-hander Chris Rusin, who is 3-2 with a 5.03 ERA in six games (five starts) in 2015.


6/26/2015 | GM wants all-around production from Rockies

Now general manager Jeff Bridich is calling for consistency from his Rockies, which beats his earlier challenge.


6/25/2015 | Rodgers has auspicious debut for Grand Junction

Brendan Rodgers is already showing why the Rockies took him with the No. 3 overall pick in this month's Draft.


6/25/2015 | Arenado homers after collision with McKenry

Given the way that Thursday's sixth inning unfolded, Michael McKenry and Nolan Arenado may have a new pregame ritual. As part of the Rockies 6-4 win over Arizona at Coors Field, Arenado launched a solo homer in the sixth -- but not before colliding with McKenry on a foul popup in the top half of the frame.


6/25/2015 | De La Rosa day to day with hand injury

After walking two batters to lead off the sixth inning, left-hander Jorge De La Rosa left Thursday's contest against the D-backs with a small cut on his left middle finger. He is day-to-day.


6/25/2015 | CarGo, Betancourt likely to return vs. Giants

The Rockies expect to have two players back fully healthy during their next series at San Francisco, which begins on Friday at AT&T Park. Before Thursday's series finale against Arizona, Rockies manager Walt Weiss said reliever Rafael Betancourt (vertigo symptoms) will likely be activated over the weekend and added that Carlos Gonzalez (sprained left hand) should return to the starting lineup versus the Giants as well.


6/25/2015 | Story, Tapia represent Rockies at Futures Game

Rockies prospects Trevor Story (U.S. Team) and Raimel Tapia (World Team) with represent the Colorado organization in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, which will be held on July 12 at Great American Ball Park. Class A Advanced Modesto manager Fred Ocasio will serve on the World Team coaching staff as well.


6/25/2015 | Hudson, Bettis square off in San Francisco

In Friday's series opener, the Giants will send Tim Hudson (5-6, 4.52 ERA) to the hill opposite Colorado's Chad Bettis (3-2, 3.44). That duo matched up at Coors Field earlier this season -- a game that saw one starter perform well and the other struggle mightily.


6/25/2015 | 5-run 8th sparks Rockies to win over D-backs

Troy Tulowitzki smacked his first career pinch-hit home run to ignite a five-run eighth-inning rally that led the Rockies past the D-backs, 6-4, on Thursday afternoon at Coors Field.


6/25/2015 | Axford suffers first blown save with Rockies

June 24 is date John Axford probably won't mind forgetting. For the second straight season, that day generated a blown save for Axford, who yielded three runs in just two- thirds of an inning in the Rockies' stunning 8-7 loss to Arizona on Wednesday night at Coors Field.


6/24/2015 | CarGo: Hand sprain 'nothing major'

On Wednesday, Carlos Gonzalez took his first swings since leaving Sunday's game with what's been classified as a sprained hand. Gonzalez said he swung off the tee, hit a couple soft tosses and took live batting practice in the cage.


6/24/2015 | Arenado reinforcing his status as an elite player

With his two home runs in four at-bats on Tuesday night, Nolan Arenado extended his current hitting streak to 10 games, raising his batting average to .287, fourth best among NL third baseman.


6/24/2015 | Kendrick picks up elusive first win at Coors

Kyle Kendrick's elusive first win happened seven home starts in -- way later than he or the Rockies would've liked. But in a sense, Tuesday's homer-filled game was a fitting way for Kendrick (3-9) to win at Coors.


6/23/2015 | CarGo remains in treatment for 'mild' hand injury

Rockies right fielder Carlos Gonzalez stayed in treatment for his left-hand sprain and didn't participate in baseball activities before Tuesday night's game against the D-backs. Although Gonzalez has a history of wrist/hand/finger injuries that have curtailed his production, the team insists this injury is "mild" and not related to those more troublesome injuries.


6/23/2015 | LeMahieu's season has been All-Star-caliber

Walt Weiss doesn't expect National League All-Star manager Bruce Bochy to ask for help on selecting this year's roster. But on the off chance he does, the Rockies manager already has his first talking point: DJ LeMahieu.


6/23/2015 | Webster, Hale square off as D-backs, Rox continue set

The Rockies and D-backs will resume their three-game series on Wednesday at Coors Field -- with Arizona sending right-hander Allen Webster (1-1, 6.55 ERA) to the hill opposite Colorado's David Hale (2-2, 5.28).


6/22/2015 | Hard-hitting Arenado proving #ASGWorthy

Last season, one unfortunate slide derailed the entire thing for Nolan Arenado. Heading toward what looked to be his first All-Star campaign, Arenado's chances ended on May 23, 2014, when the Rockies' third basemen fractured his left middle finger on a headfirst slide into second base.




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