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The Rockies Have Some Decisions To Make As Free Agent Market Opens

(The Sports Xchange/CBS4) – The Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets have the most to lose as baseball’s free agent market opens for business, but the Colorado Rockies have some decisions to make too. 3,556 more words


Memories, support boost Geter’s return to Loyola

Although Steven Geter accepted a promotion from the Loyola College Prep offensive coordinator to the Flyers’ head coach, he doesn’t face many of the typical growing pains. 845 more words


Lineman wants ruthless, feared Loyola defense

More than 32 years ago, the late Clara Peller became a star and helped make Wendy’s a sensation by exclaiming “Where’s the beef?” in a TV ad for the fast-food chain. 611 more words


Rockies to call-up top prospect David Dahl

By Anthony Caruso III

The Colorado Rockies will call up their top prospect David Dahl on Monday. In order to make room for Dahl on the roster, the team will designate outfielder… 225 more words

The Capital Sports Report

7.18-7.20 | Rockies vs Rays

July 18, 2016 – The Colorado Rockies take on the Tampa Bay Rays. (Photo by Kyle Cooper)

July 18, 2016 – The Colorado Rockies take on the Tampa Bay Rays. 463 more words

Nolan Arenado

Rockies Use Pair Of 4-Run Innings To Pummel Braves 11-2

ATLANTA (AP) – Walt Weiss had specific instructions for his hitters before the game.

“We talked today about getting back to what we do – grinding through at-bats, making pitchers earn every out, passing the baton to the next guy and executing well offensively when opportunities show up,” the Rockies manager said. 742 more words


Rockies' Rally Comes Up Short In 5-3 Loss To Blue Jays

DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Rockies waited out a dominant performance from Aaron Sanchez before putting together an impressive comeback bid.

It fell short.

Mark Reynolds and Daniel Descalso had RBI doubles in the ninth inning and the Rockies put the tying run in scoring position before falling 5-3 to the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday. 695 more words