Left-hander Ken Roberts sent down to Triple-A | MLB.com
Roberts is headed back to Albuquerque, creating a roster spot for Tuesday starter David Hale.
In nine appearances with the Rockies, Roberts -- a 27-year-old left-hander -- has allowed six runs on 13 hits and a pair of walks. He's struck out five.
Roberts was recalled by the Rockies when Boone Logan landed on the disabled list prior to the team's weekend set against the Padres. Roberts made one appearance in the series, allowing a run on a hit while retiring one batter.
Hale is back after missing more than a month with an injury that occurred while he was fielding a bunt against the Braves on July 9. The 27-year-old righty owns a 5.69 ERA in 49 innings spanning eight starts and one relief appearance. Hale has given up 11 home runs.
Rockies manager Walt Weiss plans to return for 2016 season - The Denver Post
Weiss isn't quite the broken man that Jim Tracy was after 2012, but does that mean he should be allowed to return? I'll have more on that soon.
Rockies' Nolan Arenado greets leadership role | MLB.com
Only in his third season, Arenado has been thrust into the role of being one of the team's leaders. He says he just wants to win. The Rockies may not be doing any of that for a while, so how he handles himself during what appears to be a true transitional phase will speak volumes about the type of leader he is and can be.
Utley, Shields among waiver trades I'd like to see happen - MLB - The GM's Office - ESPN
Jim Bowden says the Rockies should trade Carlos Gonzalez to the Angels for Tyler Skaggs, Nick Tropeano and Trevor Gott. What do you think of that proposal?
MLB & Fox Reportedly Agree on (Partial) In-Market Streaming | FanGraphs Baseball
In-market streaming is coming to fans of teams whose games are broadcast by Fox Sports-owned regional sports networks. That, sadly, does not include the Rockies.
Jenny Cavnar: Part Of The Baseball Fraternity - Rockies Zingers Colorado Rockies Baseball
Sarah Ford has an excellent piece on Cavnar's history-making 2015 season. Be sure to read that, and be on the lookout for Drew's interview with the National League's first female in-game radio analyst. We'll have that in the coming days.
Math is Stupid: The Buster Olney Saga
Connor Farrell goes to bat for Olney, who got into a whole bunch of ridiculous arguments with people on Twitter over his use of runs batted in. Connor's message? Chill, and let people use the stats they want to use. At least we're discussing baseball, and that's the most important thing.