The Colorado Rockies hired former major league shortstop Walt Weiss Wednesday night to replace manager Jim Tracy.
The Colorado Rockies have restructured the responsibilities of their front office.
Jamie Moyer has been designated for assignment by the Colorado Rockies, the move being made about six weeks after he became the oldest starting pitcher to win a game in major league history.
It may take more than the passion of this caped crusader to resuscitate the Rockies’ season, especially after they have fallen into an early season funk that’s seen them tumble 13 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.
Catcher Ramon Hernandez’s job description with the Colorado Rockies in 2012 is to mentor both the young pitching staff and his green backups behind the plate.
Rockies manager Jim Tracy could become a Colorado lifer. He would love that, and general manager Dan O’Dowd would love that, too.
Todd Helton is glad nobody’s talking about the Colorado Rockies this year.
Alex White had all sorts of command problems, which is nothing new for Colorado’s rookie pitcher. The results were pretty predictable, too.
Troy Tulowitzki started at shortstop and batted eighth for the National League All-Stars Tuesday night. He got one hit out of two chances at the plate.
After a great start it’s become a very rocky road for the Rockies. On Sunday they lost another series — this time to the last place San Diego Padres.