Rockies Game Wraps

Rockies 12, Phillies 1

The Rockies outhit the Phillies, 18-2, in a completely one-sided contest on Friday.

Rockies 3, Padres 1

Morales and company take game to even series.

Padres top Rockies, 4-2

The offense couldn't get that big hit as Andrew Cashner and the Padres defeated Jorge De La Rosa and the Rockies

Rox 3, Padres 2: Colorado does just enough to win

Juan Nicasio gives the Rockies a much needed quality start with some help from his defense and a little bit of good luck.

Padres 5, Rockies 4: Rockies fall apart in loss

Three walks and a wild pitch in the eighth inning from Rex Brothers, combined with a lack of hits after the fifth inning cost the Rockies a game in which they took an early 4-0 lead.

Rockies fall on Crawford's walk-off HR

Rosario's error, Chatwoods bad inning, Brothers bad pitch, and Rockies ineffectiveness at times against Tim Hudson combined for a very frustrating loss for the Colorado Rockies. Still, signs of hope.

Rockies 1, Giants 0: Six pitchers shut out Giants

Starter Brett Anderson had to leave the game with an injury after just three innings, but five Rockies relievers combined to pitch six scoreless innings to secure the win in San Francisco.

Giants 6, Rockies 5

Jorge De La Rosa had a complete and utter meltdown in the fourth inning and the ensuing damage was too much for the Rockies to overcome.

Rockies beat White Sox, 10-4

Behind a six-run eighth inning the Rockies trounced the White Sox for a series victory.

White Sox 15, Rox 3: Pitching go up in flames

The White Sox hit six home runs off three Rockies pitchers who had a lot on the line tonight and didn't come close to getting the job done.


Rockies bounce White Sox 8 to 1

Behind a strong start from Jordan Lyles and an offensive explosion, the Rockies smoked the Chicago White Sox

D-Backs 5, Rox 3: double-plays stifle Rox offense

It was a frustrating loss for the Rockies who gave up two runs on a rare Nolan Arenado error and also failed to capitalize on a number of opportunities offensively, instead hitting into five double plays.

Rockies 9, Diamondbacks 4: No Tulo, no problem

Nolan Arenado homered twice and Michael Cuddyer did so once to lead the Rockies to a 9-4 win over Arizona.

Rockies whip D'Backs 12 to 2

The Rockies whomped Arizona in a big-time home opening beat down.

Marlins 8, Rockies 5

Wheels come off in the eighth as Colorado drops three of four to start the season.

Rockies 6, Marlins 5: Phewwwwwww

The Rockies endured some late-game woes from their former and current closer to get into the win column.

Rockies stumble to 0-2 after 4-3 loss

Little things make big differences, and a combination of little things cost the Colorado Rockies their first win of the season tonight.

Rockies fall to Marlins, 10-1

Miami threw a beatdown on the Rockies as De La Rosa struggled.

COL 2, SEA 1: Morales shaky in spring finale win

The Rockies eked out a 2-1 win in their spring finale, in which several of their low level prospects finished out the game.

Rockies Game Wrap 3/26: Giants 8, Rockies 6

Rockies Game Wrap 3/26: Giants 8, Rockies 6 - de la Rosa great, hitting solid, bullpen /facepalm

Rockies 8, Royals 2

The Rockies' bats backed a strong performance from Franklin Morales.

Rockies 5, White Sox 5: Colorado rallies for tie

Colorado had no business being in this game, but thanks to some Chicago errors and a very wild pitcher they fought their way back from a 5-0 deficit to force their 4th tie of spring training.

Rockies 14, Indians 6: Arenado HBP, is day to day

Colorado's 14-6 rout of Cleveland this afternoon was marred by the fact that starting third baseman Nolan Arenado left the game early because he was hit in the left hand by a pitch. X-Rays were negative and he is day-to-day with a bone contusion.

Rockies 4, Mariners 3: Pridie's double wins it

Jason Pridie's 9th inning double gave the Rockies the win this afternoon. Top prospects David Dahl and Will Swanner got their first taste of big league spring training, while Wilin Rosario walloped his second homer of spring.

Indians 14, Rockies 3

Move along ... nothing to see here!

Brewers 4, Rockies 3: Nicasio, Rox falter late

Juan Nicasio had a classic Juan Nicasio outing while Boone Logan was rusty in his spring debut on Thursday.

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