Jorge De La Rosa
Jorge De La Rosa has always struggled with his emotions. Sometimes the fiery persona on the mound helps him as the Colorado Rockies’ top left-handed starter. When it would work against him, he’d turn to his mother, Juana, in his native Mexico.
Jorge De La Rosa tuned up for his opening-day start with six shutout innings for the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, but Hector Sanchez hit a game-ending two-run homer to give the San Francisco Giants an 8-6 win.
A day after contract talks with the Indians stalled, Cleveland ace Justin Masterson threw six strong innings in a 14-3 rout of the Colorado Rockies on Friday.
Left-hander Jorge De La Rosa was selected opening-day starter by the Colorado Rockies.
Troy Tulowitzki hit two long home runs and impressed in the field on Friday, leading the Colorado Rockies to a 7-2 victory over a Los Angeles Angels split squad.
An overexcited Matt Garza struggled in his Brewers debut Sunday, allowing four runs in the first inning of Milwaukee’s 6-5 win over the Colorado Rockies.
In the dry, thin air of Colorado, fly balls are folly. The Rockies believe the best way to escape the NL West basement is to keep everything on the ground floor.
The Colorado Rockies’ first full-squad workout was missing a key arm. Jhoulys Chacin, the team’s top right-handed starter a year ago, was shut down Sunday because of inflammation in his throwing shoulder.
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