New York Post "As a symbol of where they are in their rebuilding effort and the growing strength of their farm system, Mets officials have told their Rockies counterparts if Troy Tulowitzki or Carlos Gonzalez are ever made available, they want in on the action. Rockies ownership has strongly stated it does..." July 25
Hardball Talk "The Mariners brought back Kendrys Morales in a deal with the Twins today, but they aren’t done attempting to upgrade. According to FOX Sports’ Jon Paul Morosi, the Mariners have asked the Rockies about the availability of outfielder Drew Stubbs. Thomas Harding of MLB.com confirms the report and..." July 25
CBSSports.com "The Rockies asked for top young Orioles starter Kevin Gausman in trade talks for veteran star left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, according to sources. That was a request that was summarily declined by Baltimore, and a feeling is growing that the Rockies are less than motivated to trade De La..." July 25
CBSSports.com "The New York Yankees have acquired left-handed pitcher Chris Capuano from the Colorado Rockies for cash considerations, the club announced Thursday evening. The Yankees will be the third franchise for Capuano this season, as he started off with the Red Sox and was later released on July 1. He..." July 25
Denver Post "Like the wind-driven thunderstorm that invaded Coors Field late Wednesday afternoon, trade rumors continue to swirl around Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa. Not that the veteran seemed to notice. De La Rosa pitched 7 terrific innings, striking out 11 and walking none as the Rockies beat the..." July 24
Washington Post "Ryan Zimmerman sat in the dirt just past first base at Coors Field, facing another potential crossroads in a season already marked by too many of them. Zimmerman had played through a degenerative shoulder, broken his thumb, changed positions and returned to the old position that tormented him...." July 23
Troy Tulowitzki placed on the DL by the Rockies. He is tied with Adam Wainwright for the NL lead in Wins Above Replacement (5.6).
The Wall Street Journal "As Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig approaches the end of his final season on the job, the task of choosing his successor remains far from finished. But there is a growing sense of inevitability among baseball officials that the job will end up going to Selig's right-hand man. Rob..." July 23
Hardball Talk "Michael Cuddyer is seven weeks into what was supposed to be at least a 6-8 week recovery for a broken left shoulder socket and an MRI exam showed that he’s healing well enough to stop wearing a protective sling. Cuddyer told Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post that he’s aiming to come off the..." July 22
Washington Post "The conditions at Coors Field, like mud on a horse track or dim lighting at a bar, can equalize mismatched contestants. High altitude and vast expanses of outfield grass ensure even the most motley outfit will stumble into one ripe opportunity, one chance to send a game-altering hit hurtling..." July 22
CBSSports.com "The Colorado Rockies have placed first baseman Justin Morneau on the 15-day disabled list with neck stiffness. In Morneau's place, Ben Paulsen will be making his major-league debut, playing first and batting sixth Monday night. Paulsen was hitting .291/.380/.524 with 24 doubles, 15 homers and..." July 22
#Rockies SS Troy Tulowitzki puls up and grabs left upper leg after grounder to short.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Fireworks nights force post-game news conferences into manager Clint Hurdle's office rather than the conference room down the concourse. That meant that Saturday night, Hurdle's phone kept beeping in his meeting with the media. "Sounds like there's some Pirate fans," he said. A second..." July 20
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "In a game of errors, fielding miscues and a baserunning mistake, the Pirates bench picked up the slack Friday night at PNC Park. Taking advantage of the Colorado Rockies bullpen, the Pirates scored two runs in the eighth inning to secure a 4-2 win. They committed three errors, missed two other..." July 19
Denver Post "The Rockies' reeling rotation has taken another major hit. Right-hander Tyler Chatwood will miss the rest of the season and is scheduled to undergo Tommy John elbow surgery, a major-league source confirmed Thursday. Chatwood will likely undergo surgery sometime next week. That means he will..." July 17
MLB.com "The 2014 All-Star Game at Target Field was always going to be about Derek Jeter. Jeter has been the face of baseball for nearly two decades, winning five World Series titles and being named an All-Star 14 times in a career that is set to end with his retirement after the season. So it was..." July 16
ESPN.com "As the recent death of Tony Gwynn to salivary gland cancer continues to resonate in baseball circles, commissioner Bud Selig and Players Association executive director Tony Clark both want MLB to make strides toward reducing and ultimately eliminating the use of smokeless tobacco in the game. But..." July 15
AL All-Star lineup Jeter SS Trout LF Cano 2B Cabrera 1B Bautista RF Cruz DH Jones CF Donaldson 3B Perez C Hernandez P
NL All-Star lineup: McCutchen CF Puig RF Tulowitzki SS Goldschmidt 1B Stanton DH A. Ramirez 3B Utley 2B Lucroy C Gomez LF Wainwright P
Righty reliever Manuel Corpas requested and received his release from #Rockies last night and is seeking opportunity with another club
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Questions have been asked about Kevin Correia throughout the first half of the Twins’ season. When he had an ERA over 6.00 in May, Correia was asked about losing his spot in the rotation. “I’m not above the law,” he replied. Nearly two months later, Correia is churning out quality starts,..." July 13
CarGo activated today for #Rockies game
Denver Post "There's a kind of slap-hug that Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki share when they greet each other at home plate, like reluctant brothers who don't want Mom to notice they care. Quick, hug it out before anybody sees. It was on full view Friday night at Coors Field. Gonzalez, who returned to..." July 12
CBS Denver "Colorado Rockies owner Dick Monfort suggested to an unhappy fan Denver perhaps no longer deserves a baseball franchise and the Rockies should move. CBS4 has obtained a series of emails between the long-time season ticket holder and Monfort which occurred between July 5 and July 8. The season..." July 12
CBSSports.com "Somehow Rockies owner Dick Monfort has taken things from bad to worse. Just two days after news broke that he told a frustrated fan "if product and experience are that bad, don't come," an email exchange with another fan has surfaced with even more damning quotes. The emails, which were..." July 11
Denver Post "Call it a catharsis. Call it about time. Call it anything you want, but the Rockies badly needed a victory and they got it Wednesday afternoon at Coors Field. They smashed five home runs — two by Troy Tulowitzki — to beat the San Diego Padres 6-3. By taking two of three from the Padres, the..." July 10
CBSSports.com "Cross Colorado Rockies star Michael Cuddyer off the many potential trade-target lists. In an extremely weak market for hitters, Cuddyer's likely unavailability is a big blow to teams that have interest. Cuddyer, a proven veteran hitter whose versatility is a major bonus, was questionable as..." July 10
Denver Post "Rockies owner Dick Monfort reached out Wednesday to a frustrated Rockies fan from Grand Junction who was angered by an email response he had received from Monfort. Monfort sent Mike Ferguson an apology email and also gave Ferguson his direct number so that Ferguson could call the owner...." July 10
Hardball Talk "Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez is 3-for-6 with a double, a homer, and three RBI through two games on his minor league rehab assignment with the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox and is on track to be activated from the disabled list this Friday according to Patrick Saunders of the Denver..." July 10
Denver Post "The air, even up there at the 5,280-foot marker on the Rooftop party deck, felt heavier Tuesday night at Coors Field. Maybe that drenching rainstorm the night before, which delayed a Rockies loss before the eighth inning, lingered around LoDo. Or maybe in the midst of a sinking season with just..." July 09
#Orioles have been looking for a starting P upgrade, and one guy they have been monitoring is Rockies LHP Jorge De La Rosa, source says
San Diego Union-Tribune "If the Colorado Rockies were in a buyers’ role this trade season – and they’re not even close, farther away than the Padres -- you know they’d be making a California Chrome-like run at Ian Kennedy. Just to keep him from keeping them in the postseason hunt. And what are the legitimate..." July 08
Fox Sports "Rockies All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki created a stir over the weekend when he indicated to the Denver Post that he would be open to a trade, saying, “I want to be somewhere where there’s a chance to be in the playoffs every single year.” Well, a deal probably will not happen before July..." July 08
Orange County Register "The haves really rubbed it in on the have-nots this weekend. Josh Beckett’s five scoreless innings Sunday set up the Dodgers for an 8-2 win over the pitching-starved Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers took three out of four in the series with their starting pitchers in the three victories —..." July 07
Denver Post "There's a pecking order to the home run bat-flip and rooster walk. In Washington last week, budding Rockies slugger Corey Dickerson said he wasn't ready to stride out of the batter's box with a mean lean. Second-year Dodgers bomber Yasiel Puig, on the other hand, is king of the jerk-and-chuck,..." July 06
Denver Post "Free falling from playoff contention toward rock bottom, if the Rockies make a big move in 2014 it will be to trade shortstop Troy Tulowitzki or outfielder Carlos Gonzalez. "If one of us gets traded, you never know what's going to happen. One of us might end up winning a World Series," Gonzalez..." July 06
Los Angeles Times "In the 57 seasons the Dodgers have called Los Angeles their home, only two pitchers have recorded scoreless innings streaks longer than Clayton Kershaw's. Orel Hershiser and Don Drysdale. That's it. Kershaw extended his shutout streak to 36 innings Friday, pitching eight innings in a 9-0..." July 05
L.A. Daily News "Zack Greinke challenged baseball’s hottest hitter. The right-hander won the battle with Troy Tulowitzki and the Dodgers went on to win the game. Greinke pitched eight solid innings, Juan Uribe hit the go-ahead single in the ninth inning and L.A. beat the Colorado Rockies 3-2 Thursday..." July 04
Chris capuano agrees to aaa rockies deal. Will stretch out to start. Good. Idea by rox.
Washington Post "The Washington Nationals arrived at the easy way to avoid controversy, the best method to scuttle any lingering hard feelings. They did not talk their way out of a lineup logjam, and they did not hold a team meeting to address whether to share an opinion about the manager’s lineup card. Tuesday..." July 02
#Rockies RHP Jhoulys Chacin has a rotator cuff strain as in Spring Training and "labral pathology," or fraying. He'll have 2nd opinion ...
Source: #Rockies Jason Pridie, hitting .288 at AAA, will not exercise opt-out clause today. He pushed it back to 8/15.
Nolan Arenado's rehab Day 3 ends 1 for 5 (strikeout, single, three fly balls)
Washington Post "The red helmet cratered into the dirt behind third base and skittered toward the outfield, discarded in a burst of energy and glee, like wrapping paper on Christmas morning. Bryce Harper sprinted for home, his slicked-back hair holding on for dear life. Ian Desmond had scorched the ball into the..." July 01
Carlos Gonzales (finger tumor) hit off a tee today. “Now that he can swing a bat, his rehab will go rather quickly" #Rockies' Dugger said.
Denver Post "Jhoulys Chacin thinks something is wrong with his right arm. He's not sure what, but throwing 86 mph fastballs tells him something is not right. "I really don't know what's wrong with my arm. I can't get strong," the right-hander said in a whisper in the quiet Rockies clubhouse after a 7-4 loss..." June 29
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Carlos Gomez gives. His first-inning three-run home run against Colorado carried the Milwaukee Brewers to yet another victory against the Colorado Rockies, this one, 7-4, Saturday at Miller Park. And Carlos Gomez was nearly taken away. In the seventh inning, the Brewers' centerfielder..." June 29