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Thursday Rockpile: Wilin Rosario, Boone Logan head to disabled list; Jorge De La Rosa set to make next start

Two Rockies make return trips to the DL while a third seems to have avoided making his first trip there this season.

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Wilin Rosario, Boone Logan continue disappointing Rockies season, put on 15-day DL again - The Denver Post
Wilin Rosario and Boone Logan were both put on the 15-day disabled list yesterday, Rosario with a wrist injury and Logan with elbow issues. It is Rosario's second trip to the DL this season and Logan's fourth. Jackson Williams and Christian Friedrich were called up to replace them.

De La Rosa to make next start - Rockies.com
Ryan Hood from Rockies.com reports that Jorge De La Rosa will make his next scheduled start, despite leaving Tuesday night's game with a bruised thumb. De La Rosa leads the Rockies in innings pitched this year, as he has been one of the few to avoid the DL.

2015 Outlook: Rockies Outfield - RoxPile
At RoxPile, Michelle Stalnaker takes a look at the likely options in the Rockies outfield for 2015, a group that looks a whole lot similar to the team's 2014 outfielders.

Banana Stand T-shirts, blinged out cleats and five more of MLB's boldest 2014 fashion statements - MLB.com
MLB.com's Cut4 blog has a look at some of the strongest fashion statements around baseball this year, both on and off the field, in a piece that features the Rockies' very own Troy Tulowitzki.

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Your guide to Clayton Kershaw's insane 2014 season - Beyond the Box Score
Ryan Romano breaks own the myriad ways in which Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has dominated in 2014, a season that currently has seen him post a 1.73 ERA and 194 strikeouts in 161 1/3 innings over just 22 starts.

Cubs' Jorge Soler homers in first AB - ESPN Chicago
Another in Theo Epstein's cache of Cubs prospects made his debut last night, and Jorge Soler did not disappoint, homering in his first career at bat against the Reds' Mat Latos.