A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today:
DENVER — The Cubs' first small step toward legitimizing themselves as playoff contenders started to crystallize Sunday as Dexter Fowler's drive landed in the right-field seats at Coors Field.
DENVER -- Coors Field has a reputation for being a graveyard for pitchers because of the thin air that turns routine fly balls into home runs.
Giants broadcaster Mike Krukow has never been afraid to say something controversial. Last May, he speculated that the best explanation for Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki hitting.571 at Coors Field was stealing signs. Months later,...Show More Summary
A police captain in Denver, Colorado was demoted this week after video of him repeatedly shoving a Colorado Rockies fan at Coors Field last July went viral. According to Denver’s Fox 31 TV, police officer Joe Black confronted Rockies fan Alex Buck and shoved him three times before putting him...
No MLB player had a worse week than Carlos Frias. The Los Angeles Dodgers starter turned in one of the least effective pitching performances in the history of baseball Wednesday at Coors Field. The Oakland Athletics and the Milwaukee Brewers, who have both toppled in the standings are also well-represented on the all-dud team for Week 25. Show More Summary
In Matt Kemp's recent visits to Coors Field, fans have reminded the former All-Star about the time he wrecked his left shoulder here.
The Giants were the only ones in the National League Wild Card race to win on Tuesday night. Tuesday was not a good night for National League Wild Card contenders, with the leading Giants winning, while each of the next five teams in...Show More Summary
White makes an appearance at Colorado's Coors Field and gets hit by a baseball not once, but twice.
Saturday night's game between the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati Reds has been postponed because of a water main break outside of Coors Field.
DENVER -- There will be stages bigger than the Coors Field venue that Javier Baez performed at in his major league debut Tuesday night, but his dramatic effort will be treasured by his teammates and Chicago Cubs fans for many years.
DENVER — Before Javier Baez's first game in the majors Tuesday night at Coors Field, the Cubs tried their best to persuade the media not to overhype the event.
DENVER -- In the mind of first baseman Anthony Rizzo, the timing couldn't be better for Chicago Cubs mega prospect Javier Baez to make his major league debut Tuesday night at Coors Field against the Colorado Rockies.
Arendo. Oops. Again. One of these days at Coors Field, a piece of Rockies merchandise might have the name of one of its best players spelled correctly. Fewer than two weeks after giving away Troy Tulowitzki t-shirts with "Tulowizki"Show More Summary
It’s finally happening: Javier Baez is getting called up. According to Bruce Levine of 670TheScore.com (via Twitter), Baez will join the Chicago Cubs before Tuesday’s game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. The 21-year-oldShow More Summary
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.
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.