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Colorado Rockies rookie starter Jon Gray has some thoughts on how he has pitched in the toughest environment in baseball.

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Rockies Nolan Arenado OK after leaving injured | MLB.com

Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado passed concussion tests after hitting his forehead on the infield dirt while making a diving attempt during the ninth inning of Tuesday night's 6-3 loss to the Pirates at Coors Field.

Jon Gray battling high anxiety as Rockies rookie at Coors Field - The Denver Post

The Coors Field Monster rose up and bit Jon Gray on the backside Monday night. That thing that eats up so many Colorado pitchers like high-altitude candy swallowed him whole and spit him out.

Charlie Blackmon becoming elite base-stealer for Rockies - The Denver Post

Charlie Blackmon can see a game unfold in front of him. And not just from his perch in deep center field.

Yogi Berra quotes: Some of the more widely quoted Yogisms - The Denver Post

Some of the more widely quoted philosophy of Yogi Berra, the New York Yankees Hall of Fame catcher who died Tuesday at age 90:

Last Chance for Colorado Baseball! - Rockies Zingers Colorado Rockies Baseball

There has been much baseball sadness in Colorado this season, but I for one have always considered bad baseball better than no baseball at all. Especially at Coors Field.  Soon, there will be no baseball at all.