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Thursday Rockpile: Pitchers on the road back from injuries

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Jordan Lyles and Eddie Butler are working back toward health and look to bolster a struggling Rockies rotation.

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Butler raring to go as he recovers from shoulder injury - MLB.com
Rockies righty Eddie Butler talks to Thomas Harding about how anxious he is to return to the field as his shoulder continues to recover.

Righty Lyles working back from broken left hand - MLB.com
Harding also spoke with Jordan Lyles, who is working to recover from a broken non-throwing hand, but is still in a splint.

Rockies encourage fans to write in Dickerson - MLB.com
The Rockies are now urging fans to write in outfielder Corey Dickerson as a National League All-Star. The lefty is hitting .356 with 10 home runs and 31 runs batted in.

Series Recap: Revitalizing Opponent Offenses since 1993 - Rockies Zingers
Adam Peterson takes a look back at the power surge from Cardinals during their trip to Coors Field this week.

Around MLB

Andy Burns shows defensive versatility in Double-A - The Denver Post
Terry Frei takes a look at former Colorado Prep Player of the Year Andy Burns, who is succeeding with Double-A New Hampshire in the Blue Jays organization.

Lincecum still has it, at least against Padres - ESPN.com
ESPN's David Schoenfield takes a look at Tim Lincecum's no-hitter against the Padres, his second no-no against San Diego in as many years.