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7/12/2014 | Call confirmed as Twins nab Blackmon at dish

The Rockies hoped to catch a break when umpires initiated a crew chief review to determine if Twins catcher Eric Fryer illegally blocked the plate in violation of Rule 7.13 after Charlie Blackmon was ruled out in the third inning of Saturday's 9-3 loss. But after a 2-minute, 5-second review, the call was confirmed to end the inning.


7/12/2014 | Healing Rox on track to bolster rotation in second half

With Eddie Butler (right rotator cuff inflammation) making his first rehab appearance Saturday and Jordan Lyles (broken non-pitching hand) set to start his assignment on July 18, manager Walt Weiss has begun to plot out the Rockies rotation for the second half.


7/12/2014 | Top prospect Dahl swinging hot bat for Asheville

With a 4-for-6 performance for Class A Asheville on Friday, Rockies outfield prospect David Dahl upped his batting average to .441 over his past 14 games.


7/12/2014 | Hughes eyes repeat effort in rubber match vs. Rox

After tossing 7 1/3 scoreless innings against the Mariners his last time out, Phil Hughes gets the call on Sunday in the rubber match of the Twins' series with the Rockies, who will turn to Brett Anderson in the final game before the All-Star break.


7/12/2014 | Rox outhit Twins, but power goes missing in loss

After striking first in each game of their three-game win streak, the Rockies couldn't dig themselves out of an early hole in Saturday's 9-3 loss to the Twins at Coors Field.


7/12/2014 | Hope remains as Rockies' pieces fall back into place

It's hard to see first place from the hole the Rockies have dug for themselves. But they do see reasons for hope. First, they saw Nolan Arenado return from a six-week stint on the disabled list. Then came Carlos Gonzalez's return to the lineup on Friday night.


7/12/2014 | Matzek sets out vs. Twins for second career win

Tyler Matzek will go looking for his second career Major League win on Saturday when the Rockies host the Twins at Coors Field, taking on Minnesota's Kevin Correia.


7/11/2014 | De La Rosa's sharp effort spurs Rockies in opener

Friday marked Carlos Gonzalez's return and Justin Morneau's first game against the franchise he spent 11 years with. But it was the steady presence of left-hander Jorge De La Rosa who stole the show by guiding the Rockies to a 6-2 victory over the Twins for his fourth straight win.


7/11/2014 | Butler to make first rehab start Saturday

Rockies right-hander Eddie Butler will make his first rehab assignment Saturday with Class A Advanced Modesto as he works his way back from right rotator cuff inflammation.


7/11/2014 | Lyles fields grounders, gets set for rehab assignment

Rockies right-hander Jordan Lyles (fractured non-throwing hand) will begin his rehab assignment on July 18 with Double-A Tulsa following Friday's successful live batting practice session


7/11/2014 | CarGo returns to Rockies after finger surgery

With outfielder Carlos Gonzalez making his return from left index finger surgery on Friday, Rockies manager Walt Weiss will be getting "a very dangerous bat" back in the middle of his lineup.


7/11/2014 | Masset to throw off slope Saturday

Right-hander Nick Masset will test his sprained left knee Saturday by pitching off a slope with the hopes of throwing a bullpen session Sunday if all goes well.


7/11/2014 | Statement from Rockies owner Dick Monfort

The following statement is from Colorado Rockies Owner/Chairman & CEO Dick Monfort.


7/11/2014 | Tulo understands future in Colorado may be uncertain

All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki insisted he still has hope. But like so many with the Rockies, who once more have experienced a heavy injury toll that has exposed a lack of depth, Tulowitzki realizes the coming weeks might signal a time for a change.


7/10/2014 | Prospects Senzatela, Neiman combine on one-hitter

Antonio Senzatela, the Rockies' No. 20 prospect, and Troy Neiman combined for a one-hitter Thursday as Class A Asheville defeated Kannapolis, 1-0.


7/10/2014 | Morneau joins Derby after Final Vote bid falls short

Justin Morneau is going back to Minnesota after all. The Rockies first baseman will be the fifth member of teammate Troy Tulowitzki's NL squad in the Gillette Home Run Derby, Tulowitzki announced on Thursday night, not long after Morneau fell short in the Final Vote.


7/10/2014 | Rox owner Monfort apologizes, reaches out to fan

Rockies owner, chairman and CEO Dick Monfort apologized on Wednesday for a curt response to a disgruntled fan and sent that fan a phone number and an invitation to talk. The apology was in reaction to the exchange going viral.


7/10/2014 | It's a Windy City sweep: Sale, Rizzo win Final Vote

White Sox ace Chris Sale and Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo made Chicago proud on Thursday with a Windy City sweep, winning the 13th annual All-Star Game MLB.com Final Vote Sponsored by Experian after 92 hours of relentless fan balloting.


7/10/2014 | Final Vote has ended, results coming soon

The All-Star Game Final Vote Sponsored by Experian went down to the wire before it ended today, and anything can happen as Twitter voting joined the tens of millions of votes cast in the competition to fill the final roster spots on the AL and NL All-Star teams that will play the Midsummer Classic on Tuesday. The winners will be revealed soon on MLB.com.


7/10/2014 | Top pick Freeland debuts with two scoreless innings

Left-hander Kyle Freeland, the Rockies' first-round pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, made his professional debut Wednesday, with rookie-level Grand Junction. He threw two scoreless innings and the Rockies defeated Missoula, 12-2.


7/9/2014 | Rox rallying for Morneau with Final Vote party today

When you've fallen behind in the last moments of a campaign, it's time to party. That's where the Rockies and first baseman Justin Morneau are at this point of the All-Star Game Final Vote Sponsored by Experian.


7/9/2014 | Rockies split challenges; Padres' review stands

Colorado manager Walt Weiss was 1-for-2 on replays in the fourth inning, likely saving a run, and San Diego manager Bud Black lost his challenge on Yasmani Grandal's near-homer in the fifth.


7/9/2014 | CarGo to shift to right field upon return to Rockies

Rockies star Carlos Gonzalez will move to right field when he returns to the lineup Friday night against the Twins, manager Walt Weiss announced Wednesday.


7/9/2014 | Final Vote win would send Morneau 'home' to Minnesota

A win in the Final Vote would not only give Justin Morneau the last spot on the NL All-Star team. It would also allow the veteran to say goodbye to Twins fans who supported him for more than a decade.


7/9/2014 | Dickerson gets breather with sore left wrist

With Corey Dickerson dealing with a sore left wrist from Tuesday's diving attempt and the Padres sending a left-hander to the mound, manager Walt Weiss' decision to sit his left fielder was "easy."




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