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Nolan Arenado,one of the game's best players, is ready to take it a step further against National League West pitchers.
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With Presidents Day coinciding with Monday's first official full-squad workout of Rockies Spring Training (although many players have been at Salt River Fields for weeks), Rockies owner, chairman and CEO Dick Monfort stopped to reflect on the two holidays.
Charlie Blackmon appreciated the phone call from Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich, even though he didn't think it was necessary.
Rookie catcher Tom Murphy and the Rockies sized up their new gloves on Sunday at Salt River Fields.
The Rockies are projected to divide catching duties between Tony Wolters, a 24-year-old with 71 Major League games under his belt, and Tom Murphy, 25, a power-hitting rookie who appeared in 32 games over the past two years.
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.
Rockies right-handed prospect Rayan Gonzalez is headed in a Major League direction, now that he has a handle on his best pitch -- a 94-96 mph fastball with natural cutter movement.
Rockies second-year shortstop Trevor Story plans to slide feet first, since a headfirst slide was the beginning of a left thumb injury that halted his standout rookie season last July 30. But a plan is not a guarantee.
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Now in retirement, Larry Walker admits the game still has a hold on him. Only this time, his involvement is as a coach for Team Canada in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, a squad managed by former big league catcher Ernie Whitt.
Rockies righty reliever Carlos Estevez spent last year being educated, literally at 100 mph. Estevez's triple-digits fastball was such an asset that, when injuries hit veteran relievers Jason Motte and Jake McGee, the Rockies had him closing games. But because he was barely a calendar year out of Class A, inexperience was often his toughest opponent.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Rockies' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
Thursday morning was a repeat of the last several years. Star right fielder Carlos Gonzalez showed up at Rockies camp, and it wasn't long before he was asked if the team is going to trade him. But this year is different.
Throwing bullpen sessions is the easy part for Rockies relief pitcher -- and probable closer -- Greg Holland. Sure, he missed last year with Tommy John surgery, but he is back in his element.
Antonio Senzatela struggled through right shoulder inflammation that flared during his second start at Double-A Hartford, and quietly endured unspeakable pain as his mother died of cancer in Venezuela. But this year, he arrives in good spirits and pain-free.
Right-handers Jason Motte and Chad Qualls want to show that their signings to 2-year deals can work the second time around. They'll have some stiff competition in 2017 after the Rockies' offseason bullpen beef-up.
After a season working in the Angels' front office, it's great to have Bud Black back in the day-to-day mix. Black is one of those rare erudite baseball people who knows the game inside out and can explain his managerial machinations with grace and intelligence.
The Rockies have spent much of their existence trying to de-mystify pitching at altitude. Right-handed pitcher Tyler Chatwood has his own way.
Rockies right-handed pitcher Jon Gray has found more than a new manager. He's found that Bud Black is a kindred spirit.
The Valley of the Sun has become a Spring Training nirvana. Fifteen Major League franchises have made the Phoenix area their Spring Training home, with five two-team facilities and five single-team ballparks scattered throughout the area.
A subject of conversation around Rockies camp is Ian Desmond signing a five-year, $70 million contact to play first base -- something he has never done at any level. But he arrives with a confidence developed on two fronts.
As the 2016 season ended, Rockies right-handed reliever Adam Ottavino no longer felt the reminders that he'd had Tommy John surgery a month into the 2015 season.
Last April 17, right-hander Miguel Castro left the Rockies intrigued when he entered the eighth inning with a one-run lead against the eventual World Series champion Cubs at Wrigley Field, setting them down on 10 pitches and no problems.
If Jake McGee can reach the mid-90s with his signature fastball, suddenly the Rockies have the pitcher they were hoping for when they acquired him in a trade with the Rays before last season.
One man's get-me-started, first Spring Training outing was a big day in baseball history for an entire region. On March 6, 1993, then-Giants pitcher Bud Black pitched against the expansion Rockies at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson, Ariz.
The Rockies' numerical roster went through a number of adjustments this winter, even before any games were played.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com takes a look at a different aspect of this year's Rockies squad each day this week. Today's topic: Predicting the 25-man roster.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Rockies squad each day this week. Today's topic: The perfect season.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Rockies squad each day this week. Today's topic - What's the vision?
The Rockies will lend star power to the World Baseball Classic with third baseman Nolan Arenado suiting up for Team USA and outfielder Carlos Gonzalez leading Venezuela, as official rosters were announced on Wednesday evening.
As MLB.com celebrates Black History Month, Don Baylor recalled that as a seventh-grader, he was one of the first African-Americans to attend a white middle school in Austin, Texas.
With a two-year, $29.5 million contract signed, Rockies star third baseman Nolan Arenado can concentrate on -- and prepare for -- what's important.
Kyle Freeland, 23, the Rockies' top pick in the 2014 MLB Draft, grew up in Denver and pitched at Thomas Jefferson High before solidifying his prospect status at the University of Evansville.Indications are the club is looking at him seriously as a contender for a spot on the Big League staff to start 2017.
In the next couple of days, Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich and his staff will begin to see if their off-season vision will translate into regular-season success.