Troy Tulowitzki or Troy Tulowizki? Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki’s name was misspelled on 1,500 T-shirts given away to Coors Fields fans in a promotion yesterday before a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. In last place in the National League West, the Rockies currently have one of the worst records in MLB at 43-60. The Denver
It's Free Troy Tulowizki Shirt Day at Coors Field, guys! Somehow, some way, the Colorado Rockies had themselves a Troy Tulowitzki Jersey Day and misspelled the man's goddamned name. The only thing they had to do was slap his name on a shirt and they fucked it up. Come on, Rockies. Read more...
Congratulations, jorts-wearing hipster guy. Your arrest video is going to go down as an all-time classic. What’s so classic about it, you ask? Well you see, at first it seems like the guy getting arrested is being perfectly calm and reasonable, while the police officer is being a huge jerk and using excessive force by […]
Legal minds will debate this video for years.
When Derek Jeter walked into the American League clubhouse at Coors Field 16 years ago for his first All-Star Game, he immediately noticed a familiar face standing a few lockers away.
Jorge De La Rosa pitched six strong innings, Troy Tulowitzki and Drew Stubbs each hit two-run homers, and the Colorado Rockies beat the Minnesota Twins 6-2 on Friday night in the teams' first interleague meeting at Coors Field in six years.
The Mets and Rockies played a sparsely attended, bitterly cold game at Coors Field.
A surreal scene unfolds at Coors Field (PHOTOS)
Troy Tulowitzki is so hot at the plate these days that some don't believe his numbers can be genuine. The Rockies star shortstop is hitting a league-best.377 - including an eye-popping.521 in 21 games at Colorado's Coors Field - and that's enough to have some cry foul.
The Colorado Rockies are amused by anyone who believes that they are stealing their opponents' signs during games at Coors Field this season. Colorado's home-road splits are incredible. The Rockies lead the majors by a wide margin in just about every statistical category during home games. Show More Summary
Mother Nature has not been kind to Colorado this month. Earlier in May, Coors Field was covered by snow. The weather quickly warmed up and melted the snow. Now, wicked storms have left about three inches of hail at Dick's Sporting Goods...Show More Summary
Rockies pitcher Jorge De La Rosa pitched a seven-inning gem at Coors Field, flirted with no-hitter until 7th. Veteran Rockies pitcher Jorge De La Rosa was on his way to the second no-hitter ever in the historically hitter-friendly Coors...Show More Summary
Many MLB fans were sick and tired of delays through the first month of the season, but after seeing the scene at Coors Field Monday, everyone outside of Colorado should be thankful that they only have to deal with rain at this pointShow More Summary
Coors Field is covered in snow after a unseasonable mid-May snowstorm hit Colorado over the weekend. Luckily the Rockies are on the road in Kansas City this week. Wild (via @Rockies): Join the conversation about this story »
Well, that can't be good. Here is a picture of Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, on Monday, May 12: Whoa. pic.twitter.com/WgkUqbs5Zf — Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) May 12, 2014 Luckily, the Rockies don't return home until Friday. Show More Summary
What's more likely: one of the best players in baseball hitting.400 playing half his games in Coors Field, or a career.280 hitter winning the AL batting title? The batting title races in both leagues have been intriguing so far, for entirely different reasons. Show More Summary
After losing three straight games at Coors Field, the Mets got six scoreless innings from Dillon Gee, who won his third game.
Charlie Culberson launched a pinch-hit walk off two-run homer off Mets closer Kyle Farnsworth Saturday night to give the Rockies the 11-10 come-from-behind win at Coors Field.
Entering Saturday night’s game against the Mets, the Rockies were a game out of first place in the National League West and led the major leagues in multiple offensive categories.
The Mets are on the right track, Bud Selig proclaimed Friday evening. Speaking at Coors Field before the Mets lost to the Rockies, the MLB commissioner gave the Mets’ ownership a vote of confid ence and said the franchise is close to seeing success.