Carlos Gonzalez is still a member of the Colorado Rockies. And he couldn’t be happier.
Troy Tulowitzki’s gone. Carlos Gonzalez may be up next. Possibly even just-acquired Jose Reyes, too.
After all that speculation the past couple of years, the Colorado Rockies finally traded Troy Tulowitzki.
Carlos Gonzalez of the Colorado Rockies has been named one of the National League Co-Players of the Week for July 20-26. The other player was Cole Hamels of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Carlos Gonzalez’s bat is officially scorching. His demand may be heating up, too, as the trade deadline draws closer.
Most teams have played around 81 games by now, so the baseball season is half over. It’s a good time to assess which players on your team are likely to decline—and thus give you a chance to trade them to a desperate owner that doesn’t know any better. Likewise, you can scour league rosters for those players who have underachieved and smile all the way to October when they have superb second halves.
Colorado Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has left Sunday’s game against Milwaukee with a mild sprain in his left hand.
Jorge De La Rosa became the Colorado Rockies’ career leader in victories Sunday, pitching seven innings to prevent a four-game sweep and beat the Miami Marlins 4-1.
Everybody thought he caught it — but the ball actually grazed Charlie Blackmon’s glove as it dropped over the wall. That was the difference between a game-winning catch and a game-winning grand slam Tuesday night at Coors Field.
A second-inning line drive off Carlos Gonzalez’s bat struck Arizona pitcher Archie Bradley in the face and caused some anxious moments for both teams Tuesday night.