CarGo optimistic he'll play Tuesday | rockies.com
X-rays on Carlos Gonzalez's injured left hand were negative, meaning the outfielder could be back in the lineup when the Rockies take on the Diamondbacks tonight at Coors Field.
Gonzalez, whose injury is being described as a "mild sprain," is experiencing soreness in a new place in the hand that has been banged up before. The two-time All-Star isn't worried about another trip to the disabled list, though, and seems to believe it's more possible than not that he'll be back in the lineup without missing any time.
Ben Paulsen passing the test at first base for Rockies - The Denver Post
Nick Groke profiles Paulsen, who is raking at the big league level for the second consecutive season. Last year, Paulsen hit .317/.348/.571 -- good for a 139 OPS+ -- in limited duty. The 27-year-old Clemson alum has put up nearly identical production in 2015 while safely en route to doubling his plate appearances from last year.
Paulsen enters Tuesday with a .312/.357/.580 (140 OPS+) line in 168 career trips to the plate. The Rockies have really limited his exposure against left-handed pitchers, though Paulsen has three home runs in 20 career PAs against them.
Baseball Prospectus | Baseball Therapy: The Wonderful World of Throwing to First
Ugh baseball is so boring why are they always throwing to first base when they're supposed to be throwing to home plate ugh ...
Fear not, football fan! Russell Carleton goes in depth on the art of throwing to first. Read and learn.
Rockies' Strong 2015 Draft Sets Organizational Tone | Rockies Zingers Colorado Rockies Baseball
Jeff Bridich may have laid the foundation for a strong future in Denver with what appears to be a very good 2015 draft class, writes Sarah Ford.
Colorado Rockies News: Darryl Kile Died 13 Years Ago Today - Rox Pile
Bobby DeMuro reflects on the loss of Kile, who passed away 13 years to the day before the death of another Darryl, who played for the Rockies in the latter part of previous millennium, was reported ...
Former Rockies OF Darryl Hamilton found dead in Houston-area home - Purple Row
Hamilton, a Denver Zephyr before he was a Rockie, died on Sunday in what appears to be an unbelievably tragic situation. Thoughts are with his family, friends and close colleagues.