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6/24/2016 | McGee getting closer to rehab assignment

Rockies reliever Jake McGee threw a full-tilt, 20-pitch bullpen session on Friday, and if his next session, scheduled for Sunday, goes well, he intends to begin a Minor League rehab assignment.


6/24/2016 | Pipeline preview: Vlad Jr. set to resume pro debut

Indians No. 2 prospect Clint Frazier looks to stay hot for Double-A Akron against Trenton at 7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


6/24/2016 | Rookies Bradley, Anderson step into spotlight at Coors

Rookie pitchers Tyler Anderson and Archie Bradley, both first-round Draft picks in 2011, will face off on Friday night at Coors Field after finding success earlier in the season in hitter-friendly Minor League parks.


6/24/2016 | Butler gives up 2 HRs but helps save bench

Eddie Butler's line wasn't ideal in Thursday's 7-6 loss to the D-backs; the six runs he gave up is the second most he's allowed in any start this season. However, his ability to work his way through five innings proved crucial.


6/24/2016 | CarGo day to day with sprained wrist

Carlos Gonzalez sprained his right wrist swinging in the eighth inning of the Rockies' 7-6 loss to the D-backs on Thursday night, but striking out with the bases loaded hurt him more than the injury.


6/24/2016 | Ahmed delivers in nick of time for D-backs

Nick Ahmed hit a go-ahead single in the ninth and the D-backs held off the Rockies, 7-6, at Coors Field on Thursday for their sixth win in seven games.


6/24/2016 | Berrios, Judge among top prospect performers Thursday

Jose Berrios was absolutely dominant in Triple-A Rochester's 2-0 win over Columbus. Berrios (Twins' No. 1) is the No. 15 overall prospect, and after his electric outing, it's very clear why he's so highly regarded.


6/23/2016 | Arenado eager to taste Rockies' home cooking

The Rockies' history of dominating at home is simply that as far as Nolan Arenado is concerned. He'd like to experience it. "It's got to be a good feeling, but I don't know it," Arenado said. "You've got to ask teams like the Giants. They take care of business at home most of the time. But we're playing good ball, and if we can play the way we did in the last homestand, it would be really nice."


6/23/2016 | Gray expects to make next start, vs. Toronto

Jon Gray expects to make his next start, on Monday against the Blue Jays, as long as he takes it easy during his between-starts throwing program.


6/23/2016 | Pipeline preview: Frazier looking to stay hot

Indians No. 2 prospect Clint Frazier looks to stay hot for Double-A Akron against Trenton at 7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


6/23/2016 | Fans must start voting now to get in all 35 ballots

The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is down to its final week, and here are 10 important things to know as you continue deciding starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego.


6/22/2016 | Gray exits with arm fatigue, but not concerned

Rockies right-hander Jon Gray left Wednesday's 9-8 loss to the Yankees after just four-plus innings and 80 pitches with an injury that he and manager Walt Weiss described as "arm fatigue."


6/22/2016 | Castro's walk-off HR caps Yanks' rally vs. Rox

Starlin Castro hit a walk-off home run on the second pitch he saw from Jason Motte in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting the Yankees to a 9-8 victory over the Rockies on Wednesday afternoon and earning a split of the two-game Interleague series at Yankee Stadium.


6/22/2016 | Story, Arenado making push for ASG starts

Nolan Arenado is leading National League third basemen in essentially every category. Except for votes on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.


6/22/2016 | Arenado's power/patience combo unmatched

Approaching the All-Star break, Nolan Arenado's offensive pace in 2016 is, somehow, even slightly better than it was a year ago, when he finished the '15 campaign as the National League leader with 42 home runs and the Major League leader with 130 RBIs.


6/22/2016 | Resurgent Greinke looking for payback vs. Rox

When the D-backs and Rockies open their four-game series at Coors Field on Thursday, it'll be a battle between recent history and more recent history. Zack Greinke, in his first year with the D-backs, will be on the hill, making his third start of the season versus Colorado after going 0-1 in the first two.


6/22/2016 | Top of Rockies' lineup a fearsome foursome

When the Rockies' offensive strategy works, as it did in Tuesday night's 8-4 win over the Yankees, it's an exercise in role awareness, with each player at the top of the order knowing what his part is and what he needs to do.


6/22/2016 | Greene, Judge among top prospect performers Tuesday

Blue Jays No. 2 prospect Conner Greene was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Tuesday.


6/21/2016 | Resurgent Sabathia matches up with Rockies

In the middle of the best stretch of his career, CC Sabathia is about to be tested by a team against which he's struggled historically.


6/21/2016 | Sources: Rox agree to deal with 6th-rounder

According to MLB.com sources, the Rockies have agreed to terms with sixth-round Draft pick Willie Abreu. The club has not confirmed.


6/21/2016 | Aiken, Alvarez among top prospect performers Monday

Indians No. 4 prospect Brady Aiken was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Monday.


6/20/2016 | Solo project: Rox-Marlins sets home run record

Rockies first baseman Mark Reynolds wasn't thinking history Monday, when he accounted for two of the eight combined solo homers in the Rockies' 5-3 victory over the Marlins on Monday night. The contest, according to Stats LLC, marked the highest run total in a Major League game in which all the runs came on solo homers.


6/20/2016 | De La Rosa doesn't get fooled again in win

On a night when the ball was flying over the Marlins Park fence, Marcell Ozuna gave wings to Jorge De La Rosa pitches in the first and fourth innings. But De La Rosa learned his lesson with two on and two out in the fifth, and retired Ozuna with his biggest pitch of the Rockies' 5-3 victory.


6/20/2016 | Rox outhomer Fish in record-setting slugfest

For one night, the ball was jumping out of Marlins Park like it was Coors Field. In fact, home runs came at a record rate. Mark Reynolds enjoyed his 23rd career multi-homer game, and his second blast, which came off Brian Ellington in the sixth inning, proved the difference in the Rockies' 5-3 win on Monday night.


6/20/2016 | Chatwood sees error in forcing start

Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood admitted that taking the mound Saturday even though his back bothered him during warmups "wasn't the best thing to try to do."




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