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Rockies' Gray May Be Out A Month Or Longer With Foot Injury

DENVER (The Sports Xchange) – The Colorado Rockies put starting pitcher Jon Gray on disabled list Friday with a broken navicular bone in the middle of his left foot, and manager Bud Black said he expects Gray to be out for more than a month. 273 more words

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Tyler Anderson Lasts Only 4 Innings, Rockies Fall To Giants 8-2

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The San Francisco Giants got Johnny Cueto some runs to work with, and the right-hander took over from there.

Cueto pitched seven effective innings, Brandon Crawford and Chris Marrero homered, and the Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 8-2 on Friday night. 643 more words

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Rockies Pitcher Jon Gray Trims Flowing Locks For Charity

DENVER (AP) — Colorado Rockies right-hander Jon Gray became the “mane” attraction Tuesday as he plopped down in a barber’s chair and had his hair trimmed for charity. 480 more words

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Rockies Win In Debuts Of Black, Holland, Beat Brewers 7-5

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Rockies manager Bud Black exchanged high-fives with his players as they streamed off the field and stopped Greg Holland for a few extra seconds to offer encouraging words and a pat on the back. 851 more words

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Rockies Rotation Finalized

Almost a month ago, I said “Baseball is a game in which anything can happen,” in an article about the Rockies’ pitching rotation competition. The “anything” referenced in that sentence was the possibility of both… 522 more words

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Bud Black On Bunting: Swing Away, Odds Of Scoring Are Greater

CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Get ’em on, move ’em over, drive ’em in.

That old-school philosophy doesn’t play in the major leagues anymore. Teams rely more on the long ball than small ball. 987 more words

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Rockies' Pi Day tribute was probably a little too mathematically improbable

Spring training rosters are a bit bigger than regular-season rosters, so the Rockies probably had more than 50 players to pick from. Still, the logistics here are difficult to fathom — disappointingly so. 263 more words

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