The Rockies are sticking to one new, specific shade of purple to maintain visual consistency in different lighting conditions.
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The starting staff is the biggest unknown for a club that has assembled top-flight hitting, fielding and relief pitching.
Does altitude also cause lousy luck? We're hereby authorizing the Rockies to investigate that because they've had one of those springs.
Colorado can take advantage of a friendly August schedule to make a run at contending as long as the team's early rash of injuries subsides.
Rockies OF David Dahl, sidelined since late February with a rib injury, will not play in Colorado's home opener next week, meaning he will miss at least the first five games of the season.
First baseman Mark Reynolds figures to be the Colorado Rockies' starter at first in the absence of Ian Desmond, who is out with a broken hand.
Nolan Arenado has emerged as one of the majors' best young defensive third basemen and should be among the favorites for NL MVP this season.
Jon Gray left Friday's start for what the Rockies said are precautionary reasons after experiencing soreness in his left foot.
The Rays and Rockies are among the teams talking to Derek Norris after the veteran catcher was released by the Nationals.
Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer
Team USA's Nolan Arenado has struck out in seven consecutive WBC at bats going back to the second round, including all six of his at-bats in Los Angeles for the semifinals and finals. The last time he did not strike out, he grounded into a double play.
No surprise here: Nolan Arenado is simply good at everything. Two years leading the NL in RBIs just proves he belongs here.
The Colorado Rockies have some young, promising stars and added Ian Desmond, but Joe Peta is not confident that more wins will arrive in Denver.
Rockies manager Bud Black talks to Buster Olney about the series of tough breaks Colorado has endured this spring, Nolan Arenado's energy, Jon Gray's confidence and much more.
A conversation with Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan follows Buster Olney's chat with Jayson Stark about the hangover effect for playoff teams, Giancarlo Stanton's mindset and much more. Plus, Rockies manager Bud Black on his team's tough luck.
In honor of the 2017 Major League Baseball season, which starts April 2, FiveThirtyEight is once again assembling some of our favorite baseball...
The Rockies saluted Pi Day on Tuesday with players' jersey numbers displaying the first 30 digits of pi. If it seems too perfect, your suspicion is correct: six of the numbers (3, 4, 7, 33, 89 and 93) are not claimed on Colorado's roster. (Courtesy: Colorado Rockies/Twitter)
Rockies catcher Tom Murphy suffered a hairline fracture after his right forearm hit the bat of Anthony Rizzo. He is expected to miss four to six weeks.
Jim Bowden ESPN Baseball Analyst
Jeff Bridich GM of the Rockies just told me that Ian Desmond will probably be out approximately 6 weeks because of the broken hand
Rockies rookie Antonio Senzatela has a 2.38 ERA in Cactus League play, putting him in the mix for a rotation spot.
Rockies first baseman Ian Desmond will undergo surgery Wednesday and is expected to miss six weeks.
An injury to Ian Desmond leaves Mark Reynolds as the Rockies' leading option at first base.
Ian Desmond suffered a broken left hand after he was hit by a pitch in the Rockies' spring training game against the Reds.
Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer
Fractured hand on hit by pitch today for Rockies' Ian Desmond obviously a big deal. Probably misses at least April. Always worry about lingering effects on power, too. Goes from borderline top-10 outfielder to outside top-20 outfielders quickly. We await word this week on surgery, too. Could get worse.
New Rockies manager Bud Black has tried to break up the monotony of spring training by introducing an archery competition for his club.