Riley Pint is the first HS pitcher the Rockies picked first since 2009.
Ryan Castellani has held his own at high Class A against older competition.
Carlos Estevez hoped to make his big league debut in September—it came a few m[...]
Improved pitch selection helped Jordan Patterson get off to a fast start
Matt Carasiti was miscast as a starter, but he excels as a closer
Tony Wolters gives the Rockies unusual versatility
Antonio Senzatela began throwing a slider in 2014 instructional league.
The opportunity with the Rockies is there for Jon Gray.
DENVER—Righthander Jeff Hoffman is in his first big league camp as a non-roste[...]
DENVER—Summing up the acquisition of lefthanded reliever Jake McGee, general m[...]
DENVER—Catching coordinator Mark Strittmatter, acting with what player develop[...]
DENVER—Lefthander Tyler Anderson is confident the second stress fracture in hi[...]
DENVER—The year began with frustration in spring training for lefthander Kyle [...]
DENVER—Outfielder Raimel Tapia unexpectedly played in the Arizona Fall League [...]
Grand Junction Rockies general manager Tim Ray has a guiding principle when deal[...]
DENVER—Concentrated work on defense was the instructional-league priority for [...]
DENVER—A little-noticed trade brought the Rockies a sizeable organizational di[...]
DENVER—Catcher Tom Murphy found himself in the big leagues and gleaning knowle[...]
DENVER—Because he lacked “really good numbers,” Jairo Diaz didn’t en[...]
Best Player: Even while slumping, shortstop Trevor Story has maintained the up-t[...]
DENVER—Double-A New Britain center fielder David Dahl made a determined recove[...]
DENVER—Following a familiar developmental path, shortstop Trevor Story, 22, wa[...]
Best Player: High Class A Modesto third baseman Ryan McMahon hit .287/.375/.479 [...]
DENVER—With the third overall pick, the Rockies selected shortstop Brendan Rod[...]