Wednesday's Say Hey includes the Royals' long road to a winning season, a trade partner for Aroldis Chapman, and the newest pastime to grace Coors Field. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Ivan Nova gave up five runs in five innings as the Yankees got swept in a two-game series at Coors Field.
Nomo had a substantial MLB career after coming over from Japan more than 20 years ago - he was a phenom, threw a no-hitter at Coors Field, but also went through a period where he bounced around after his first run with the Los Angeles Dodgers ended. Show More Summary
This ballpark can break a team’s spirit. Yet there Chase Utley stood at second base of Coors Field, the lone Dodger on the field, clapping his hands with the sort of emotion he so rarely allows to leak into public view. After a frightful collapse by his team, Utley provided the go-ahead double...
When Yasiel Puig isn't making unbelievable throws at Coors Field, the Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder likes to spend his time in Colorado crashing proms. Because surprising fans never gets old. After helping the Dodgers grab a 4-1Show More Summary
The drive missed Yasiel Puig’s glove by inches, banging off Coors Field’s newly constructed fence in right field and rolling across the warning track. Puig bounced off the wall and bounded forward with 16 steps. Colorado rookie Trevor Story rounded second base as Puig bent to clasp the baseball...
A look at what's happening all around the majors Friday:
In the Rockies’ latest attempt to help their pitchers, they are raising parts of Coors Field’s outfield wall. But it may be time for something more radical.
Swinging for the fences just got a little more challenging at Coors Field, with the Colorado Rockies raising the outfield walls in two spots for the upcoming season.
During the NHL Stadium Series game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings at Coors Field, NBC analyst Jeremy Roenick was supposed to have a cute segment in which he and a young fan tested how hard they could shoot a puck. Show More Summary
The NHL has figured out how to keep the outdoor games interesting. You know, I was just thinking about how the NHL hit an outdoor game sweet spot with the Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night when Coors Field turned into a snowglobe. Coors Rink has turned in to a snow globe with fake snow everywhere. Show More Summary
The Detroit Red Wings got a much-needed 5-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche in front of a sold-out Coors Field with 50,095 fans on hand in Saturday’s Stadium Series contest in Denver. Brad Richards broke a 3-3 tie to score the game-winner...Show More Summary
One of the best rivalries in hockey is set to renew as the Colorado Avalanche host the Detroit Red Wings at Coors Field for the latest instalment of the NHL's Stadium Series. Emotions ran high between the two sides from the moment the Avalanche franchise joined the Western Conference after moving from Quebec in 1995. Show More Summary
Colorado Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez regained his elite status this past season, but the 30-year-old slugger's time at Coors Field could be nearing an end. Continue for updates. Report: Rockies Place Gonzalez Back on Trade Block Thursday, Nov. Show More Summary
With the Dodgers having been swept in three games by the last-place Colorado Rockies and no closer to the division title than they were the day before, A.J. Ellis forced a smile.
There was a celebration Saturday night at Coors Field, only it wasn't the Dodgers who were leaping into each other's arms.
In the wake of a 7-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Friday night, Manager Don Mattingly said he was expecting the Dodgers to have to win a game in San Francisco next week to secure the National League West championship.
Fifteen years ago, Brent Mayne pitched in a tie game at the best hitter's park in history. He won. 1. The first thing to understand is that Coors Field in 2000 was an abomination, the unholy son of Wrigley Field and Action Park. It's...Show More Summary
Coors Field might be notoriously hitter-friendly, but there is no earthly explanation for Michael Taylor's 493-foot home run blast Thursday night. The Washington Nationals center fielder crushed Colorado Rockies pitcher Yohan Flande's first offering in the seventh inning at-bat to left-center, evening the score at 2-2. Show More Summary
The Nationals can earn their first series sweep since Fourth of July weekend with a win over the Rockies Thursday night at Coors Field. They turn to right-hander Max Scherzer, coming off his worst outing of the season, to shut down the Colorado lineup.Read full article >>