Here is one mystery solved. Reliever Reyes Moronta developed soreness in his left oblique, had an MRI and was not available for Thursday night's 12-inning loss to the Rockies. Moronta is fine now and threw a 98-mph fastball on his first pitch Friday night
by: N/A — MLB: Rockies 15h
SAN FRANCISCO -- Will the Rockies find happiness with a young bench? It used to be the key bench player was a long-in-the-tooth veteran who could fall back on many at-bats past when he received the few chances late in a game. The Rockies, like many teams.
by: N/A — MLB: Giants 20 May
SAN FRANCISCO -- It may take several weeks or more before the Giants reach their offensive potential, but they will realize it by maintaining consistency at the plate. Meanwhile, the fans were treated to an offensive bonanza, with the Giants looking...
by: N/A — MLB: Rockies 20 May
SAN FRANCISCO -- Jon Gray lost his way with the fastball and put the Rockies behind early during an eventual 9-4 loss to the Giants on Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park. Because of the disappearance of an effective fastball in his last two starts, Gray
by: Noah Yingling — Fansided: RoxPile 19 May
The Colorado Rockies took the first game of the series against the Giants in San Francisco on Thursday by winning in 12 innings by a score of 5-3. They fac...
by: Patrick Saunders The Denver Post — The Daily Camera 19 May
SAN FRANCISCO — Some disgruntled Colorado Rockies fans have cast Ian Desmond as Darth Vader, but on "Star Wars Night" at AT&T Park, Desmond played the part of Luke Skywalker.
by: Olivia Greene — Fansided: RoxPile 18 May
The Colorado Rockies have been dealing with a lot of woes. Whether it's from the offense or the pitching it's not a pretty sight to see. The team still stu...
by: Derek Arnold — Eutaw Street Report 18 May
The Baltimore Orioles are 13-30 and have no chance of making the playoffs. They need to rebuild. But who trusts anybody in charge to make the right calls?
by: JANIE McCAULEY — The Washington Times 18 May
Carlos Gonzalez blooped a tiebreaking, two-run single with two outs in the 12th inning, lifting the Colorado Rockies past the San Francisco Giants 5-3 on Thursday night in the clubs' first meeting of
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 18 May
Carlos Gonzalez blooped a tiebreaking, two-run single with two outs in the 12th inning, lifting the Colorado Rockies past the San Francisco Giants 5-3 on Thursday night in the clubs' first meeting of the year.
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 18 May
The frigid wind that whistled through China Basin on Thursday night gave AT&T Park a bit of an October feel. The first Giants-Rockies game of the season did, too, at least until the number of seagulls overtook fans in attendance. The second- and third-pla