Yesterday, the Colorado Rockies signed Wade Davis to a three-year $52 million contract with a vesting option for a fourth year; here's the fallout.
On Friday, the Colorado Rockies went all in, signing electric 32-year-old closer Wade Davis to a three year, $52 million contract.
German Marquez evolved into a potential star before our eyes in an instant.
Colorado Rockies right-handed starter Jon Gray is elite. He's one of the 20 best pitchers in baseball.
Clearly David Dahl's bat was missing and relied upon by the 2017 Rockies. Colorado lacked offense and more importantly length in their lineup.
How can the Colorado Rockies catch the Dodgers in 2018? Here are five steps
On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman and Jake Shapiro break down the National League Most Valuable Player finalists and try to wrap their heads around how...
Colorado Rockies Manager Bud Black named a National League Manager of the Year finalist by the Baseball Writers' of America Association.
"This is fun, I don't always have fun and you guys know that, but this is fun," Charlie Blackmon told his team after winning the NL Batting Title in 2017.
On Wednesday night October 4, 2017, Jon Gray will have the ball on the game's biggest stage, this is how they got here.
Catcher Bruce Maxwell's recent protest of the Star Spangled Banner turned the political spotlight onto Major League Baseball.
As Nolan Arenado goes the Colorado Rockies go.
With technological improvements, many fans and even upset players are wondering if it is time to bring on the robots.
It's that simple. Keep it simple in September and hope that your club soars in the standings.
That's when Pat Valaika strode in.
Rockies Manager Bud Black has one issue with the way MLB rules effect teams headed towards the postseason, and playoff structure isn't it. Not yet.
Colorado Rockies right-handed starter Jeff Hoffman was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday.
Combine creativity with increased versatilely in ballplayers and the game could be in for a change.
The Colorado Rockies dodged a bullet on Sunday when x-rays revealed no damage to Nolan Arenado's hand despite the all-star taking a fastball to the side of his hand.