Everyone's favorite team is on the schedule once again.
Usually, you can count on the Giants having a very strong rotation and an offense that does just enough. Things have been a little different so far in 2013.
The Cubs are probably going to be bad, once again, when 2013 is all said and done. That doesn't mean the club is without strengths.
The Cardinals are as well-rounded of a ball club as the Rockies will see this year, as Aaron from Viva El Birdos explains.
Led by key contributions from Vernon Wells, Lyle Overbay and Travis Hafner, these aren't your older brother's Yankees. Rather, they're your mid-2000's Blue Jays and Indians and Diamondbacks and stuff.
A few veterans have stepped up for the Dodgers, who have managed to hover around .500 despite injuries to several key players and general ineffectiveness from others.
AZ Snakepit isn't going to like that headline, despite the fact the Diamondbacks used some tactics in building their roster this season that are all too familiar for Rockies fans.
I am the Mets' PR guy. Read to find out why. Also, the Rockies are playing baseball against the Mets this week. What are Mets? Is Lucas Duda any good? Is anybody listening to me?
The Rockies swept San Diego last weekend at Coors, but the Padres will be looking for revenge over the next three games.
The Rockies haven't been in for much of a San Francisco Treat in recent trips to the Bay Area. After getting off to a hot start, will Colorado be able to turn the tables against the Giants this time around?
The Padres will be missing noted Rockies killers Chase Headley and Yasmani Grandal when they arrive in Denver for a three-game series this weekend.
To preview what to expect from the Brewers in this series and in 2013, we bring in Kyle Lobner from Brew Crew Ball.
The main players to watch in this completely meaningless series between the Cubs and Rockies will actually be playing college baseball come February.
The Diamondbacks, barring a ridiculous last 2 weeks of baseball, are done for in the 2012 campaign. And now they get to come to Colorado. Good for them!
The San Francisco Giants used a series victory over the Colorado Rockies last week, as well as two wins over the Arizona Diamondbacks over the weekend, to increase their lead in the National League...
The Giants are in Denver for the final time this season (thank God), as they get set to face the Rockies in a three-game series.
The Rockies and Padres have both been playing similarly improved baseball as of late. The difference is that the Padres have been doing it for 2 months now. Can the Rockies take a series from the 4th place Padres?