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Colorado Rockes sluggers Nolan Arenado, Corey Dickerson return to lineup in win

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The Rockies' third baseman and left fielder showed exactly what they mean to the team in helping them snap a five-game losing streak.

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Arenado's dazzling 'D' once again on display - Rockies.com
Third baseman Nolan Arenado was back in the lineup, and more importantly back in the field, last night. He made several highlight reel plays in the field, including a diving stop in the seventh that saved two runs and got Kyle Kendrick out of a jam. Thomas Harding has more on Arenado's fine glove work.

Battling foot issue, even-keeled Dickerson swats pair of HRs - Rockies.com
While it was Arenado's glove that shined, left fielder Corey Dickerson provided the boom on offense with two home runs, one in the first to get the Rockies on the board and another in the eighth to tie the game at four. Harding also spoke with Dickerson after last night's win.

John Axford returns to Rockies bullpen as his son leaves the hospital after rattlesnake bite - The Denver Post
Arenado and Dickerson weren't the only two to return to the Rockies last night. Reliever John Axford pitched a scoreless eighth inning in his return to the team after leaving to tend to his ailing son. Nick Groke talked to Axford about his return.

Kiszla: Colorado Rockies have losing psyche - The Denver Post
We get it, Mark, you want every team to be the Broncos and go all-out for a title every year. However, sometimes that is not the most prudent course of action to take, especially when you're in a division with the defending world champs and the team with the highest payroll in the history of the sport.

Colorado Rockies 2015 Crystal Ball: Justin Morneau - RoxPile
Bobby DeMuro takes a look at the range of possibilities for Justin Morneau's performance in 2015 and makes a prediction on how the season will go for the Rockies first baseman.