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.
Two weeks and 12 games in, the Rockies are 7-5. CBS4’s Mark Haas thinks most fans would call that a success.
The Colorado Rockies have already begun to answer one big question facing them in 2015: Can they win on the road?
Colorado slugger Troy Tulowitzki wants to show that his team can hit for power on the road, not only at Coors Field in Denver’s thin air.
Kyle Kendrick pitched seven sharp innings and also got two hits Monday as the Colorado Rockies trounced the Milwaukee Brewers 10-0 on opening day.
For 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.
Troy Tulowitzki benefits by having Carlos Gonzalez in the lineup. Gonzalez certainly benefits from Tulowitzki’s presence, too. But the Rockies may not benefit as much as you might think having those two sluggers together in the batting order.
Jose Quintana helped his chances to start on opening day for the Chicago White Sox, allowing only an infield hit and getting eight outs in a 5-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Friday.
He has yet to play in a game in spring training, but shortstop Troy Tulowitzki remains the most talented and popular of the Colorado Rockies — and now he’s 30 years old.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is giving a group of children an unforgettable trip of a lifetime.