Rusin, Rockies Agree At $1,687,500, Avoid Salary ArbitrationLeft-handed reliever Chris Rusin and the Colorado Rockies have agreed to one-year contract worth $1,687,500, a deal with a $400,000 raise that avoided salary arbitration.
Blackmon, Other Players, Rockies Reach Deals NL batting champion Charlie Blackmon and the Colorado Rockies avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a $14 million, one-year contract on Friday.
Story, Freeland Help Rockies Beat D-Backs To Move Into 1stKyle Freeland held the high-scoring Diamondbacks to a run over six effective innings and Trevor Story homered to help the Rockies win 3-1 Friday night.
Rockies Season Preview: Expectations Are ElevatedThe Colorado Rockies are a talented team that now must turn into a good team, general manager Jeff Bridich said. It is a realistic expectation, as new manager Bud Black is taking over a club on the rise.
Rockies Reinstate Rusin From Disabled List, Motte Put On DLThe Colorado Rockies reinstated left-hander Chris Rusin from the 15-day disabled list prior to the series finale against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.
'It All Works' For Rockies Pitcher Rusin In Win Over DodgersChris Rusin won a pitchers' duel against Kenta Maeda at Dodger Stadium, helping the Rockies secure the series win with a 1-0 win over the Dodgers.
Top 3 Issues The Rockies Face Going Into JuneDenver Post’s Nick Groke stopped by CBS4 studios to talk about the issues the Rockies face going into June while the team tries to avoid another summer slide.
Rockies Give Up 8 Doubles In 8-3 Loss To GiantsHunter Pence had three of a record-tying eight doubles for San Francisco, and the Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 8-3 on Sunday.
Rusin Will Provide Relief For Ineffective LylesOne ongoing problem got worse for the Colorado Rockies in yet another unsuccessful trip to Pittsburgh, but another one got closer to being resolved.
Rusin Improves, But Rockies Lose To Cardinals 2-0Except for an early base-running mistake, the Colorado Rockies had a lot of positives.
Rockies Skip Jorge De La Rosa Because Of Cut FingerThe Rockies scratched left-hander Jorge De La Rosa from his scheduled start against the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night because of a cut on his pitching hand that has been bothering him.