On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman takes a look at some numbers for a few free agent options at first base and catcher, one of which...
The Colorado Rockies played valiantly, making multiple comebacks in a rough pitching game, but lost 11-8 in their first postseason appearance in eight years.
The Colorado Rockies laid the smackdown on the Los Angeles Dodgers, cutting their magic number to make the postseason to one game.
Ian Desmond made key plays on offense and defense as the Colorado Rockies busted out for a big 8-4 win over the Padres to finish the road trip.
The Colorado Rockies turned a close one into a laugher in completing something they haven't done in 24 years.
The Colorado Rockies offense still missed plenty of opportunities but that matters far less when you pitch a shutout.
The Colorado Rockies offense went 0-for-11 with runners in scoring position, dropping the final game of the series to the Brewers, 8-4.
The Colorado Rockies rallied to tie the game late but succumb to an even later rally from the Brewers to drop the second game of the series 6-3.
The Colorado Rockies offense absolutely exploded in Game 3 against Atlanta with Trevor Story hitting two homers and driving in six.
Trevor Story with the Colorado play of the Week.
Nolan Arenado drove in the final run of the game on a walk-off yet again as the Rockies took the series from the Mets.
Nolan Arenado drove in four runs including the most important one in the bottom of the ninth to power a 5-4 Rockies win over the Mets.
German Marquez was immaculate and the Colorado Rockies kicked off their series against the Washington Nationals with a 4-2 win.
The Colorado Rockies got the big night from Carlos Gonzalez that they, and he, so desperately needed to win their third straight.
The Colorado Rockies got just what the doctor ordered in a brilliant start from the returning Jon Gray and a consistent offensive effort to get back in the win column.
The Colorado Rockies looked like they were on the verge of breaking the streak but coughed up another one late to lose their seventh in a row.
The Colorado Rockies played maybe their ugliest game of the season, imploding late and allowing the Dodgers to complete the three-game sweep.
After a stretch of scintillating games at Coors Field, the Colorado Rockies finally played a clunker, losing 16-5 to the Diamondbacks in a laugher.
The Rockies almost gave it back, but a suddenly necessary walk-off from salvaged a win against the Giants and gave Colorado the top spot in the National League.