Last Game Postponed

Mon, May 25
  • Coors Field
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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
ARI 0-0 0-0
COL 0-0 0-0
SD 0-0 0-0
SF 0-0 0-0
LAD 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
@ CHW
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@ CHW
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vs PHI
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vs PHI
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vs PHI
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vs LAD
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vs LAD
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vs LAD
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vs LAD
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@ SF
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Top Rockies News

  • Rockies' Peter Lambert: Set to resume throwing in May

    Rockies pitching coach Steve Foster said Wednesday that Lambert (forearm) is progressing through a rehab program and on track to resume throwing in 3-to-4 weeks, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.

    Had the MLB season started on March 26 as originally scheduled, Lambert's moderate right forearm strain might have made him a candidate to open the campaign on the 60-day injured list. Due to the league's ongoing hiatus, however, Lambert will be able to recover from the injury without missing much, if any, game action. If he's able to throw in early May as anticipated, Lambert would likely require around a month to re-condition his arm to handle a starter's workload.

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  • Rockies' Ashton Goudeau: Heads to Triple-A

    The Rockies optioned Goudeau to Triple-A Albuquerque on March 10.

    Though he'll have to wait until at least later in the 2020 season to make his MLB debut, Goudeau's breakout campaign at Double-A Hartford in 2019 was enough to earn him a spot on the 40-man roster over the winter. He'll be rewarded with a move up to the Pacific Coast League after accruing a 2.07 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 91:12 K:BB over 78.1 frames with Hartford last season.

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  • Rockies' Ben Bowden: Sent to Triple-A

    Bowden (back) has been optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.

    Manager Bud Black said back on March 5 that Bowden would be sidelined for at least another month with lower-back discomfort, so he should be considered out indefinitely. Bowden is one of the Rockies' best minor-league relievers, so if healthy he could factor into the team's big-league plans this season.

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  • Rockies' Tyler Nevin: Sent to Triple-A

    Nevin has been optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.

    The Rockies have mentioned Nevin and Colton Welker as potential options at first base in the future, given that they are both close to the majors and Colorado seems likely to decline Daniel Murphy's mutual option for 2021. Nevin took advantage of the hitter-friendly conditions at Asheville and Lancaster in 2017 and 2018, but his slash line dipped to .251/.345/.399 in the more neutral conditions at Double-A Hartford.

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  • Rockies' Antonio Santos: Optioned to Double-A

    Santos has been optioned to Double-A Hartford.

    He gave up one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four in five innings (three appearances) during big-league camp. Hartford is the one of the Rockies' full-season affiliates that does not play in an extreme hitter's park, so Santos should have an opportunity to put up decent statistics whenever the minor-league season gets underway.

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  • Rockies' Bryan Shaw: Competing for low-leverage role

    Shaw has fallen in the Rockies' bullpen hierarchy and was not even a lock to make the 26-man roster when camp was suspended, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    The idea of him being designated for assignment and/or released was more plausible early in camp, but he logged three solid outings in a row before the shutdown. Even though he finished strong, Shaw finished the spring with a 10.38 ERA in 4.1 innings (five appearances). He had a 5.38 ERA in 2019 after logging a 5.93 ERA in 2018. The Rockies owe him $9 million for 2020 and will likely buy him out for $2 million in 2021. Saunders notes that Shaw has been passed by Scott Oberg, Carlos Estevez and Jairo Diaz among Colorado's setup men.

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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Struggles in spring training

    Estevez allowed five runs on seven hits and had eight strikeouts and zero walks over five innings prior to the suspension of spring training.

    The 27-year-old had somewhat of a breakout campaign for the Rockies in 2019, posting a 3.75 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 81:23 K:BB with 11 holds in 71 appearances. According to Thomas Harding of MLB.com, Estevez and Jairo Diaz are expected to play prominent bullpen roles for Colorado in front of Scott Oberg and closer Wade Davis this season.

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  • Rockies' Jairo Diaz: Poised for high-leverage role

    Diaz made four Cactus League appearances and allowed one run on four hits with one strikeout and one walk over four innings before the suspension of spring training.

    The 28-year-old made his return to the majors in 2019 and recorded five saves and seven holds while posting a 3.69 FIP in 56 outings for Colorado. Diaz and Carlos Estevez are in line to work as two of the Rockies' top bullpen options behind Scott Oberg and closer Wade Davis once play resumes, per Thomas Harding of MLB.com.

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Injuries

Player Injury
J. Lawrence RP Justin Lawrence RP Suspension
P. Lambert SP Peter Lambert SP Forearm

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