The best kept secret in MLB pitches for the Colorado Rockies.
Jeff Hoffman says he has learned a lot from Jon Gray and Chad Bettis that he believes paid off in finally getting the "monkey off his back" with a dominant outing.
Colorado Rockies 21-year-old rookie German Marquez showed flashes of his elite potential in his first MLB start.
Jon Gray broke a lot of records last night, but the most impressive part of his performance was that he did it in arguably the most difficult environment possible.
Colorado Rockies right-handed rookie Jon Gray set a new franchise record by striking out 16 San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Coors Field.
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says that the club will give recently promoted 21-year-old righty German Marquez a start before season's end.
The newest and youngest member of the Colorado Rockies pitching staff, German Marquez, has been named Eastern League Pitcher of the Year.
The Colorado Rockies have promoted the highly-talented 21-year-old right-handed pitcher German Marquez.
Colorado Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood appears close to returning to the MLB club meaning they could be in for some "rotation shuffling" according to Walt Weiss.
Colorado Rockies rookie pitcher Jeff Hoffman says that when he executes his pitches, he doesn't matter who is standing in the batter's box.
Colorado Rockies starter Chad Bettis has had a confusing season. He will need to be a bit more consistent if he wants to stay in the rotation long-term.
Colorado Rockies rookie right-hander Jeff Hoffman gets the second start of his MLB career tonight against the Washington Nationals. Here's what to watch for.
The Colorado Rockies have officially called up Jeff Hoffman and optioned Christian Bergman to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Jon Gray may be just a few small mechanical adjustments away to returning to the elite form he showed in July.
Self admittingly, Colorado Rockies right-hander Jon Gray pitches differently at his home park than he does elsewhere.
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says Tyler Chatwood, Jorge De La Rosa, and the rest of the pitching staff "need to get back to commanding the fastball."
Grand Junction and Colorado Rockies Development Supervisor Tony Diaz tells BSN Denver that Riley Pint's character is more impressive than his 102 mph fastball.