The recent numbers are mind-boggling and unsustainable, but they illustrate what an outstanding hitter Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu has become.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers are the big blue machine of the National League West, but when the boys in purple put it all together, they can be a formidable bunch.
Gerardo Parra played his 1,068th major league game on Wednesday, but this one was different than all the others before.
The Rockies thought they were getting just a bit healthier Tuesday with the return of Charlie Blackmon to the top of the lineup.
Denver Post Rockies reporter Patrick Saunders responds to your questions in the Rockies Mailbag. In this installment, Patrick takes 6 Q’s, including one about September call-ups.
L.A. staked itself to a 2-0 lead in the first inning off Colorado starter Chad Bettis and never looked back, rolling to a 6-1 victory.
Coors Field vendors, following ballpark rules, stopped serving beer in the third inning Tuesday night — that’s sacrilege at a stadium named after a brewer.
Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu has quietly evolved into a line-drive power hitter who’s ripping doubles and triples into gaps.
Backed by Colorado’s 14-hit attack on a day when Coors Field was playing like a pinball machine, Jorge De La Rosa came out of the bullpen to restore order in the Rockies’ 11-5 win over Pittsburgh.
Forget four outfielders, these Rockies play with two first basemen.