Angelys Nina is hitting .322 after a 3-for-3 effort in a Tulsa win over Jon Keck and NW Arkansas.
Tyler Chatwood's replacement was unable to keep Jurickson Profar down on Saturday as he homered twice. Corey Dickerson has a hitting streak of one game, where he hasn't garnered a hit. Plus, Eddie Butler strikes out six in a win.
Highlights and updates from last night's games include Corey Dickerson's success in the Springs, Kiel Roling's power surge, Tyler Anderson's return from the disabled list and Taylor Featherston's grand slam.
The Rockies' affiliates went 3-1 on Thursday. Rafael Ortega may be coming alive and Drew Pomeranz continued to showcase why he is ready to be called up soon.
Injury to David Dahl is revealed to be a torn hamstring keeping him on the disabled list longer than expected. Also in Wednesday's minor league news, strong pitching performances by T.J. Oakes and Dan Winkler lead to affiliate wins.
The Sky Sox came from behind to win behind a big performance by outfielder Corey Dickerson. Chad Bettis has a solid outing for Tulsa and Asheville steals nine bases in a rout.
Pomeranz's fantastic pitching performance for the Sky Sox fueled the organization's only win on Friday. Meanwhile, Rosell Herrera's performance in Asheville this year continues to draw attention.
Some of the Rockies prospects celebrated Math Day by adding things, like home runs, hit streaks and base hits.
The Colorado Rockies' top draft pick from 2012 left Tuesday's Tourists game in the first inning while Tyler Chatwood dominated at the Triple-A level.
Last week, I took a look at what made the 2009 draft so exceptional for the Rockies Organization. This week will be a closer look at some of the players that the team acquired that year.
Tyler Anderson's terrific outing didn't result in a win for him, but Modesto pulled it out in extra innings anyway. Meanwhile, Charlie Culberson had a big day for the Sky Sox in a loss.
Kyle Parker hit a tape measure shot on Saturday in a Drillers loss. Asheville endured a rain soaked game, but Tom Murphy and David Dahl had big games for the Tourists.
The highlight of the night was the fine pitching performance delivered by the Chris Volstad and the Sky Sox pitching staff in an 11 inning affair. The Rockies affiliates were 3-1 on the night, with Asheville delivering the only loss.
Two affiliates lost on walk-off hits, while the Sky Sox had a chance to win in the ninth and couldn't. Asheville powered up on Wednesday as both David Dahl and Julian Yan had their best games of the season.
The farm went 1-2 on Tuesday night, but the lone win featured a strong performance by Drew Pomeranz.
Charlie Blackmon, Kiel Roling and Tom Murphy starred for Rockies affiliates on Monday night, while Chad Bettis and David Dahl made noteworthy appearances.
Nearly every affiliate lost, including Tulsa in extra innings. Aaron Cook pitched better for the Sky Sox and Modesto suffered a hangover from their near brawl on Friday.
Asheville throws preemptive welcome home soiree for Dahl, while Matzek delivered an exceptional pitching performance and the Sky Sox pitching combined for a seven hit shutout.
Both Tulsa and Asheville are 10-9 on the year after wins on Wednesday. Chad Bettis lead the Drillers in an impressive outing with 11 strikeouts. Meanwhile, Tom Murphy homers for Asheville in his return from the disabled list.