Rockies Bring Back Manager Walt Weiss For Another YearColorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says he will return to the dugout next season after meeting with General Manager Jeff Bridich on Tuesday.
Top 5 Not-So-Good Things To Expect From The Rockies This SeasonFor a team that's only seen the postseason three times in franchise history and has suffered four losing seasons in a row, there are some trends that Colorado Rockies fans should expect this year.
Rockies, Weiss Agree On 3-Year ExtensionDespite another last-place finish, the Colorado Rockies liked what manager Walt Weiss did with a banged-up team in his rookie season as manager and rewarded him with a three-year contract on Tuesday.
Todd Helton's 16th Opener Could Be His LastTodd Helton's 16th straight opening day start for the Colorado Rockies could be his last.
Rockies Eager To Remedy Franchise-Worst SeasonRookie major league manager Walt Weiss hopes his club will be regarded in much the same manner as he attempts to turn around a Colorado Rockies squad coming off a franchise-worst 98 losses.
Rockies Hire Dante Bichette As Hitting InstructorNew Colorado manager Walt Weiss has talked fellow former Rockies player Dante Bichette into joining him in Denver as the team's hitting instructor.
Weiss Takes Unusual Coaching Path To MajorsA few of his high school players sauntered out to the diamond on a balmy Thursday afternoon, congregating near the infield grass that's beginning to turn brown.
Rockies Introduce Weiss As New ManagerWalt Weiss is making the unusual leap from high school coach to major league manager.
Rockies Hire Walt Weiss As New ManagerThe Colorado Rockies hired former major league shortstop Walt Weiss Wednesday night to replace manager Jim Tracy.
Wiley New Rockies Director Of Pitching OperationsThe Colorado Rockies have appointed Mark Wiley to a new position of director of pitching operations.
Lansford, Dauer Dismissed By Colorado RockiesThe contracts of Colorado Rockies hitting instructor Carney Lansford and third-base coach Rich Dauer weren't renewed in the wake of manager Jim Tracy's unexpected resignation over the weekend.
Jim Tracy Throws Rockies A Curve Ball By ResigningWhat does it say when Jim Tracy walks away from a job that guarantees him $1.4 million? It probably says Tracy really didn't 't like his job with the Colorado Rockies.