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He showed why he's one of the best pitchers in the American League. He made us swing the bats," said Rangers manager Ron Washignton. "We had some situations where we could have broken through, but couldn't get the base hits." Shin-Soo Choo and Alex
Would it be the craziest development in the baseball world for the Red Sox to jump in as serious bidders on Masahiro Tanaka , the well-regarded and coveted 25-year-old Japanese pitcher who went 24-0 with a 1.27 ERA with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden
In that regard, Wednesday's multiple transactions by the Rockies were another move in that direction. Colorado acquired outfielder Drew Stubbs from Cleveland in exchange for reliever Josh Outman and added left-handed reliever Franklin Morales and
He values continuity, evaluates his front office with a rubric that is unique in pro sports...As a result, the Rockies' record is not 80 percent of the front office's final grade, as it is with almost every other franchise. So when Monfort says the
Patrick Corbin gave up three hits in eight innings to finally get his 10th victory and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat Colorado 6-1 Sunday for their fifth straight win and a dominant three-game sweep of the Rockies. Corbin (10-1) struck out 10 in his
Jonathan Herrera ambled to his right and stabbed at the groundball as it ricocheted off his body into left field Thursday night...It's impossible not to think in terms of his absence when the Rockies falter so badly. They began their latest season-
Rockies catcher Yorvit Torrealba owns nearly a dozen race horses...So, late last week, he leaned back in his chair in the home team's clubhouse at Coors Field and offered his view of the National League West. "This is going to be a tough division...
Rutledge was optioned to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox on Wednesday evening to make room on the 25-man roster for outfielder/first baseman Michael Cuddyer, who will come off the disabled list Friday. Cuddyer will join the Rockies in San Francisco for
He went from a grass-stained northern California Little League kid to a Long Beach State "dirtbag." The only time he remembers treating an injury was icing his arm after pitching. For the boy who idolized Cal Ripken Jr. so much that he named his
Edgmer Escalona and Juan Nicasio were separated after an argument quickly escalated during stretching exercises at the Rockies' workout Thursday at Coors Field. Manager Walt Weiss talked with both pitchers and said he believes the issue is resolved. "