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  • Rox prepare prospects for Coors' challenges
    Rockies player development director Zach Wilson was greeted by the forceful winds at the organization's new California League affiliate in Lancaster. But as he considered what the conditions could do to -- and for -- the pitchers, he stopped to consider that the winds can blow both ways for young hitters, too.
  • Free agent Lucroy, Rockies make good fit
    Catcher Jonathan Lucroy didn't hesitate to express his appreciation for the Rockies acquiring him in a trade with the Rangers just before the non-waiver Trade Deadline. The Rockies expressed exactly the same about him. Now, will the Rockies find a way to make this mutually beneficial relationship last longer?
  • Jemiola moves to 2-0 with 0.00 ERA in AFL
    Zach Jemiola had a regular season to forget, getting strafed for a 6.83 ERA in Triple-A and losing seven weeks to a strained oblique. So far, the Rockies right-hander is having an Arizona Fall League to remember.
  • Rockies' Arizona Fall League overview
    William Boor checks in on the Rockies' Arizona Fall League contingent, led by Yency Almonte.
  • Inbox: How do young arms affect Rox's future?
    The Rockies' 2017 season has ended, but the window to contend has just opened. Today's Edward Jones Beat Reporter's Inbox explores ideas for pushing forward.
  • #AwardWorthy: Vote for Arenado
    Nolan Arenado is among the candidates for this year's National League Most Valuable Player Award, and for good reason. The third baseman does it all for Colorado as a major offensive producer -- he drove in 130 RBIs in 2017 -- and one of the game's most elite defenders.
  • Report: Rockies' Holland won't exercise option
    Rockies closer Greg Holland, who enjoyed a remarkable comeback season in 2017, will not exercise the player option on the contract he signed in January and will hit the free-agent market, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman.
  • Rox will address 'pen, right field in offseason
    Following a relatively unexpected postseason appearance in 2017, the Rockies have to balance continuity with the need to improve and take another step in what they believe is a window to win.
  • Rockies dynamic duo the driving force in 2017
    Not everything went right, but center fielder Charlie Blackmon and third baseman Nolan Arenado were around to make sure 2017 turned out right for the Rockies in manager Bud Black's first season.
  • Coors Field already covered in layer of snow
    Coors Field already covered in layer of snow
  • Rockies reflect on taking big 'step forward'
    Coming off six straight sub-.500 seasons, the Rockies believed they had the talent to make a major jump. And despite a myriad of injuries, young pitchers performed solidly through the early months, and otherworldly performances put center fielder Charlie Blackmon and third baseman Nolan Arenado in the thick of NL Most Valuable Player Award consideration.
  • Arenado finalist for top Players Choice Award
    Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado has been chosen as one of three finalists for the Players Choice Awards' 2017 Major League Player of the Year. Also, Arenado and center fielder Charlie Blackmon are finalists for National League Player of the Year, and closer Greg Holland is an NL Comeback Player finalist, the MLB Players Association announced.
  • Rox battle to finish, but fall short in WC Game
    The D-backs are headed to their first National League Division Series in six years after taking an 11-8 victory over the Rockies in the NL Wild Card Game on Wednesday night at Chase Field.
  • Lambert, Hampson end campaign at instructs
    Not only were the Rockies pleased to see their Class A Advanced affiliate have a strong season, but they also got strong performances from a couple of their top prospects -- Peter Lambert and Garrett Hampson.
  • Gray struggles through shortest start of career
    Jon Gray gave up Paul Goldschmidt's three-run homer in the first inning and four runs total in 1 1/3 innings -- the shortest postseason start in Rockies history -- to put his team in a hole in an eventual 11-8 loss to the D-backs in the National League Wild Card Game.
  • Rockies ride roller coaster of an 8th inning
    In the eighth inning of Wednesday's National League Wild Card Game, one inning after D-backs reliever Archie Bradley gave his team a three-run lead with a two-run triple, and with the Rockies' season on the line, Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story repaid Bradley, belting back-to-back homers off him to cut the deficit to one run. But the homers weren't enough to stave off a loss and elimination from the postseason.
  • Rockies' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Rockies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Colorado's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • DYK? D-backs trip out to win 'Wild' thriller
    It was the highest scoring Wild Card Game yet, and it was a game that lived up to its name. Here's a look at some facts and figures you should know from Wednesday's game.
  • MLB clears D-backs over electronic watch
    The D-backs issued a statement regarding the report in the New York Post that one of their coaches, Ariel Prieto, who also serves as the team's interpreter for Spanish-speaking players, wore an electronic watch in the dugout during Wednesday's National League Wild Card Game against the Rockies.
  • Oct. 4 Bud Black postgame interview
    Manager Bud Black addresses the media after the Rockies' 11-8 loss to the D-backs in Wednesday's NL Wild Card Game at Chase Field.
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