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The Colorado Rockies broke their three game losing streak with a 5-1 win against the Pirates on May 21. After an early run, the Rockies led until the Pirates tied the game in the fourth inning. It remained tied at 1-1 until the ninth inning, when the Rockies rallied with two outs and scored four runs to win, with some help from some bad pitches and a few fielding errors by the Pirates. The game on the 22 was postponed, and the teams played again on the 23. However, the Rockies were unable to get another victory in the series, losing the series 1-2. They head to Boston to play the Red Sox for three games starting on the 24. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $24.
It’s hard to be a fan of the Colorado Rockies this year, particularly when they are playing at home in Denver, CO. Although Trevor Story and the rest of the team look strong on the road, they just can’t seem to get any steam going at home. Last night, they played the Arizona Diamondbacks at Coors Field. The teams were locked in a stalemate until the fourth inning, when the Diamondbacks suddenly scored four runs. The Rockies were never able to catch up, ultimately losing the game 1-5. Colorado is now 4-10 at home and will have to regroup to face Arizona one more time. Tickets to tonight’s game start at $4.
There is bad news for fans of the Colorado Rockies. The team has been struggling lately, taking four consecutive home losses against the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates. This losing streak puts them at 9-11, which is still a decent season record. However, if they do not turn it around now, the Rockies are sure to continue to fall through the ranks. Even with these recent losses, they are just three victories behind the leader in National League West, the Dodgers. If the Rockies get their momentum back now, they could be back on top in no time at all. Get your tickets for their big return on May 9th to host the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Opening Day is just days away. In one of their final Spring Training games, the Rockies beat the Diamondbacks 6-3. Kyle Freeland has his first start and only gave up three runs in his 5 2/3 innings on the mound. The Colorado Rockies have a pair of games left in Arizona against the Seattle Mariners before they prepare to play the Diamondbacks in Phoenix on April 4 for the official start of the season. Jorge De La Rosa is set to start for Opening Day. The Rockies will finally return to Colorado for their home opener against the Padres on April 8. You still have a chance to get tickets for the home opener, with prices starting at $67.
3/18/16 - The Colorado Rockies brought Jeff Hoffman up from the Minor League camp to see how he would do against the Angels in Spring Training. The game ended with a 4-4 tie, and Hoffman was on the mound for 2 2/3 innings before Simon Castro replaced him. He had two walks and one strike out and threw a total of 30 strikes. He gave up eight hits and four runs. After the Rockies were behind 4-0, the team rallied to tie, starting with a homer by Tom Murphy. In the eighth, they got three runs, two from Joey Wong's triple. The Rockies play the Angels again on March 18, and you can still get tickets to the game for prices starting at $47.
9/22/15 - The Colorado Rockies have had a disappointing season to say the least. They are currently sitting in fifth place in the NL Western Division and won’t be making it past regular season play this year. Even though they had two wins in a row just recently, they have also suffered from three losses in a row. The Rockies are in a four-game series against one of the toughest teams in the league, the Pittsburgh Pirates. On September 22, the Rockies left their home field losing to the Pirates 3-6. All of the excitement for both teams occurred in the first few innings of the game. After the fourth inning ended, the score didn’t move from 3-6. See if they Rockies can pull off one win against the Pirates when they play on September 24.
9/15/15 - The Colorado Rockies won a back and forth battle against the Dodgers that went 16 innings. It seemed as though it was going to end in the 11th after the Rockies scored, but the Dodgers tied the game again. Nolan Arenado hit the game-winning homer in the top of the 16th inning, which also was his 39th and moved him back to tied for the National home run lead. The lengthy game also set some MLB records by using a combined total of 58 players, including 24 pitchers. The Rockies by themselves used 13 pitchers to set a record, and tied for another by using 30 players. The two teams play again on the 16th, and then the Rockies head home to host the Padres. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $11.
9/8/15 - The Colorado Rockies are in full swing of their away series. They had a short three game winning streak before heading out on the road, but no streaks have emerges since then. The Rockies did manage to win their first away game, against the San Diego Padres, but they followed it up with two rough losses, one of which by only a single point. They have two full sets of away games remaining before they return to Colorado on September 18th. Once they return, they will be hosting the Padres first for a rematch. If you would like to welcome the Rockies back to their home town, get your tickets now. They are available starting at just $4. Be sure to catch one of the remaining games before the season ends.
8/31/15 - Even though the Colorado Rockies have had one of the worst seasons to date, they have been able to win the last two of their three games. The Rockies are sitting in fifth place in the NL Western Division and are doing anything they can to move up in the rankings. On Monday, August 31, the Rockies took on the Arizona Diamondbacks to begin their four-game series. Things weren’t looking good for the Rockies when the Diamondbacks scored three runs in the third inning. Luckily the Rockies didn’t give up and pulled off four amazing runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to bring home the 5-4 win. See the Rockies face off against the Diamondbacks again on September 2. Tickets are still available to purchase starting at $4 each.
8/24/15 - The Colorado Rockies broke their four game losing streak with a 5-1 win against the Braves on the 25th. The Rockies started out strong with two runs in the top of the first, thanks to an error by the Braves' third baseman Adonis Garcia that allowed DJ LeMahieu to score and Charlie Blackmon to get to third base and then score on a sacrifice fly by Ben Paulsen. LeMaheiu also hit in two runs off a single during the fourth, and then hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth. The win put the two teams tied 1-1 in the series, and they will see who takes the series when they play again on the 26th. Then, the Rockies head to Pittsburgh to play the Pirates. Tickets as low as $2 remain available to see the Rockies play in person.
8/17/15 - A six-game losing skid was brought to a definitive halt on Sunday as the Colorado Rockies knocked off the Padres 5-0 at Coors Field. The Rockies had the misfortune of running into a red-hot Mets team on the road before dropping two straight against a resurgent Padres squad, dropping their season record to 47-68. They did pick up win No. 48 with a shutout of the Pads, as Chris Rusin out-pitched Ian Kennedy to notch his fourth decision of the year. After hosting the Nationals this week, Colorado will get a chance at vengeance when the New York Mets come to town. Tickets are on sale now for all three weekend games in the Mile-High City! Come out for Mets vs. Rockies on Saturday night with seats starting at $10!
8/11/15 - It hardly seems like the same Colorado Rockies without Troy Tulowitzki in the familiar black and purple, but reality has started to finally set in. The Rockies have fared reasonably well without their longtime star, taking their recent series versus the Nationals 2-1. Second-year reliever Tommy Kahlne picked up the first two saves of his career, including a 6-4 nail-biter. Kahlne struck out Jayson Werth and got Ian Desmond to ground out, both with the bases juiced, to preserve the win. Colorado plays four at Citi Field against the Mets this week before returning to Coors Field to match up with the visiting San Diego Padres. Tickets are on sale now so you can be there in person—get your seats for Padres vs. Rockies starting at just $9 for Friday night!
8/4/15 - The Colorado Rockies are in the middle of one of their worst slumps this season. After playing two away sets, during which time they only managed to score two victories, the Rockies were only given a short three-game break to return to their home field and regroup. Unfortunately, the Seattle Mariners have proven to be too much, winning both of the matchups so far. The Rockies cannot catch a break, because as soon as they finish playing the Mariners, they will be hitting the road again. The Rockies have now lost seven of their last nine games. Hopefully, they will be able to hold their own until August 14 when they will return for a nice long series of home games. If you want to catch them live, be sure to get your tickets soon.
7/28/15 - The Colorado Rockies took the victory in their latest series against the Reds by winning two of the three games. The first game was close, with a 6-5 victory to the Rockies that came down to the final inning when Charlie Blackmon scored the winning run on a wild pitch. The next night, the Reds took the win. The Rockies came back in the third game with no doubt as to who would win, largely thanks to a 10 run third inning. The lost the first in a three game series against the Cubs in a close game that came down to the bottom of the ninth. They have two more chances to beat them, and you can still get tickets to see it live, with prices starting at $23.
7/20/15 - After coming off a strong winning streak, the Rockies lost two of the three games they were supposed to play against the Padres. The final game was postponed due to inclement weather, so they did not get a chance to get in a win. However, they did snag the win when they headed home to host the Rangers for a three game series. The game was close, but the Rockies were able to win 8-7 in a game that came down to the 9th inning. The next night the Rangers shut out the Rockies to win 9-0. The two teams meet again on the 22nd, and then the Rockies host the Reds for three games starting on the 24. You can still get your tickets to see the Rockies take on the Reds, with prices starting at $10.
7/13/15 - The Colorado Rockies have been struggling this season, but they are currently crushing the competition. They just added their fourth consecutive victory to their winning streak, and it was the most impressive yet. After managing to score an incredible five runs in the sixth inning, the final stretch of the game against the Atlanta Braves consisted of the Rockies scoring over and over again. With 11 runs total, against the Braves' three, this may be Colorado's most significant victory so far this season. As they prepare to travel to San Diego, fans hope the Rockies are able to maintain their momentum in their away games. If they are, they will have no trouble crawling back up the NL Western Division. The Rockies will return to Colorado on July 20th.
7/6/15 - Unless Troy Tulowitzki manages to secure the roster spot decided by the final fan vote, the Colorado Rockies will boast just one player in this year’s All-Star Game: Nolan Arenado. The young slugger is having an outstanding season, particularly on the offensive side of things. He’s batting .282 with 24 homers and 68 runs batted in through 7/7. He has provided quality infield defense and is one of the bright spots on a struggling Rockies team this season. Colorado will host the Angels in a pair of interleague games before inviting in the Braves over the weekend. Tickets are on sale now so you can be a part of the live action at Coors Field! Get seats for Friday night’s matchup starting at $33 or check out the Saturday afternoon contest with tickets from just $4!
6/30/15 - The highest-scoring team in the National League couldn’t find a way to score in interleague play this week, as the Colorado Rockies dropped two of three to the Athletics in Oakland. Jorge De La Rosa steered the Rockies to a win in the second contest, allowing just four hits and four walks with no runs in seven quality innings pitched. Chris Bassitt started for the A’s in place of an ill Sonny Gray and did an admirable job, but wasn’t able to keep his scoreless outing going beyond the fourth inning. Colorado now sits at 34-44 on the year as Major League Baseball heads toward the All-Star break and halfway point of the season. The Rockies will host the Angels in more interleague competition 7/7 and 7/8. Get your tickets for Coors Field starting at just $5 for Tuesday night!
6/23/15 - After dropping nine out of 10 in the month of June, the Colorado Rockies have put together a three-game winning streak behind an offensive outburst that has produced 25 runs in 27 innings. All-Star candidate Troy Tulowitzki continued his steady production for the Rockies, running his on-base streak up to 21 games while driving in three in their most recent win over the Brewers. Charlie Blackmon added four RBIs on a pair of hits as the Rockies stayed hot at home. After wrapping up their current series with Arizona, Colorado will head to the Bay Area to square off with the defending World Series champs in San Francisco. Tickets are on sale now for AT&T Park! Claim your seats for the Friday night opener starting at just $25!
6/18/15 - This season hasn’t gone exactly as the Colorado Rockies had planned. Currently sitting in very last place in the West division of the National League, the Colorado Rockies have lost more than they have won. Coming off of a four-game losing streak against the Astros, the Rockies are going to bring their best game to hopefully start their winning streak as they compete against the Brewers. The Brewers have had an even tougher season than the Rockies, so now is the time that Colorado can boost their standing. Fill your weekend with baseball, treats and exciting crowds when you purchase your Rockies tickets today. The Rockies June 19 tickets are still available starting at $14 and go up to $75. Don’t miss your chance to see them live.
6/10/15 - A pair of wins and a series victory over the league-leading Cardinals have lifted the Colorado Rockies into a tie with the Diamondbacks for fourth place in the NL West. Now sitting just four games under the .500 mark, Colorado has an opportunity to build momentum in Miami as they open a four-game set versus the Marlins. The Rockies put up four runs across the sixth and seventh innings to rally on Tuesday night, handing St. Louis starter Michael Wacha just his second loss of the season. Jorge De La Rosa picked up his third win of the season, good for his 72nd overall in Colorado which ties a franchise record. Secure your seats for Friday night at Marlins Park with seats starting at just $18!
6/2/15 - Winning nine of their last 12 contests has kept the Colorado Rockies in the mix in the NL West, although they continue to trail in their division. The Rocks swept Philadelphia on the road in three games before splitting a four-game set with the high-powered Dodgers at home, boosting their record to 24-28 overall. Colorado scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth on Wednesday to rally for an improbable 7-6 win over Los Angeles; Nolan Arenado hit the walk-off sac fly to cap the comeback, which had to come as a relief to the Rockies after giving up a three-run lead in the ninth inning just one night earlier. Next up for Colorado is a three-game series with the Marlins at home and tickets are available now! Seats start at just $3 for Friday evening’s matchup.
5/25/15 - It was a rough start to the 2015 season but the Colorado Rockies are hoping that they’ve finally started turning the corner with four wins in their last five outings. After splitting a four-game series with San Francisco, the Rockies took two out of three on the road against the Reds to elevate their record to 19-26 on the year. Colorado continues to battle their way out of the NL West cellar, trailing the Padres and Diamondbacks by two games apiece. Next up for the young Rockies is a three-game series versus the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Seats are on sale now for Friday night’s opening contest with prices as low as $18! Check out Saturday afternoon’s game starting at $28 or bring the family out for the Sunday matinee with tickets from $17.
5/18/15 - While the Colorado Rockies have not managed to fight their way out of last place in their division, they are starting to make progress. The Rockies were finally able to end their 11 game losing streak, which is a start. On May 14th's game, the opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado was able to pull off an incredible last inning upset. Being down by two at the end of the sixth inning, things were quiet until the game was wrapping up. Out of nowhere, the Rockies pulled off three runs to take the win at the last minute, the final score being 5-4. The Rockies took one more win against the Dodgers, and are now midway through a set against the Philadelphia Phillies. Tickets for their next game start at just $5.
5/13/15 - Despite a promising 7-2 start to the season, the Colorado Rockies have slid during the month of May. They’ve yet to pick up a win since the calendar turned, dropping 11 straight games to fall to 11-19 and last place in the NL West. Three games were postponed due to inclement weather, making it even tougher for the Rockies to build momentum and right the ship. Wednesday seemed to signal an end to the misery, but a walk-off sac fly from Albert Pujols propelled the Angels to a 2-1 victory in extra innings. Colorado will remain in Los Angeles, switching back to National League play as they face the dangerous Dodgers in a four-game series. Tickets for Friday evening’s game are on sale now starting at just $3!
5/4/15 - The Colorado Rockies have had a bit of a rough stretch this week, losing five games since April 28th. This includes failing to win a single time in their series against the San Diego Padres. The Rockies started their season out strong, and it is still pretty early in the season, so fans are not worried yet. This is, however, the first time Colorado has had a negative win/loss ratio. If they want to have a presence late season, they need to get their game back together. Up next, the Rockies will be taking on the Arizona Diamondbacks, which is the last team they managed to win against. This may be their opportunity to start racking up wins again, but the first game has been postponed. Be sure to keep an eye on May 5th game.
4/27/15 - It’s been an early season full of streaks for the Colorado Rockies. They opened 4-0 with a sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers, lost two in a row, swept a three-game series against the Giants, and then dropped four straight against the Dodgers and Padres down in southern California. Their present record of 11-8 is good enough for second place in the NL West, just behind Los Angeles for tops in the division. Coming off a miserable finish to the 2014 season, Rockies fans have to be feeling exciting about their team’s play so far this year. Corey Dickerson will lead Colorado into battle against the Arizona Diamondbacks, with the final game of their series taking place on Wednesday evening at Chase Field in Phoenix. Get in with tickets as low as $5!
4/21/15 - After three wins against the Giants, the Colorado Rockies are back to a losing streak. They have lost their last five games, three of which were against the Dodgers and two against the Padres. In the first match against the Padres, the Rockies lost 14-3. The next night was a much closer game. The Rockies led for most of the game. Nick Hundley had an RBI triple and a homer, and Charlie Blackmon also had a triple that brought in two runs. However, the Padres scored four runs in the eighth inning to draw ahead, and the Rockies were unable to rally back. The Rockies have two games left in their series against the Padres. The teams next play on April 22nd, with tickets still available starting at $8.
4/15/15 - After a great start to the season, the Colorado Rockies only won one game during their three game series against the Cubs. After losing two in a row, the Rockies have come back strong. They beat the Giants 2-0 on Monday, followed by a 4-1 win on Tuesday. In the eighth inning, third basemen Nolan Arenado saved the day when the Giants had two people on and no outs by snagging a foul fly before crashing into the tarpaulin roll. He didn't stop there and nearly threw out Angel Pagan while perched on the wall. The mound saw many pitchers during the game, with Christian Bergman starting and Adam Ottavino getting his second career save. The two teams play again on the 15th, and then the Rockies head to LA to play the Dodgers. Tickets remain available, starting at $7.
4/10/15 - The Colorado Rockies started their season off with a huge bang. They began their series of games against the Milwaukee Brewers on April 6, and were able to pull off three consecutive wins to add to their record. The game on Wednesday was nothing short of exciting with back to back runs for both teams. The Rockies were sitting pretty with a two score lead on the Brewers to start the ninth inning. However, the Brewers answered bringing in two runs in the bottom of the ninth to take the game into the tenth. Thanks to Wilin Rosario’s home run in the tenth inning the Rockies finished their series with a 5-4 win against the Brewers. See if they can keep up the good work during their home opener against the Chicago Cubs on April 10. Tickets start at $90.
3/23/15 - The Colorado Rockies are on a five game winning streak that began last Saturday with the Los Angeles Dodgers. With just a few games left in the Cactus League, the Rockies have a 13-9 record, which is good for fifth place. The pitchers on the Rockies are struggling with injuries, RHP David Hale has an oblique injury, and this comes right after the announcement that Jorge De La Rosa is down with a groin injury. There’s just three home games remaining in the 2015 spring training season. Sunday (3/9), the Rockies host the local favorites, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets start at just $21. On Wednesday (4/1), the Rockies play the Texas Rangers. Get your tickets for an afternoon game starting at $6. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to see the Rockies play in Scottsdale.
3/19/15 - Although they struck first, the Colorado Rockies could not keep up with the San Diego Padres on Wednesday, falling 10-3 at Salt River Fields in Grapefruit League competition. CF Drew Stubbs hit one over the fence off San Diego starter Tyson Ross, but the offensive fireworks ended there for Colorado, currently owners of a 7-7 record in the preseason. With two-and-a-half weeks remaining before the start of the 2015 regular season, the Rockies are looking to work out all the kinks to pull themselves out of the National League basement following an unsuccessful campaign last year. They will continue their quest this weekend, taking on the Oakland Athletics on Friday before going head-to-head with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday afternoon. Tickets for each game are available from $21!
3/9/15 - In Monday’s game, the Colorado Rockies tied the Cincinnati Reds 2-2. The Reds came out early with two runs in the second inning. The Rockies LF Kyle Parker scored in the fourth, and in the eighth it was RF Matt McBride. The Rockies host the Chicago White Sox on Friday (3/13), the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. Tickets for either of these games start at $17. On Tuesday (3/17), the Rockies host the Los Angeles Angels. The next day, Wednesday, the Rockies have a double header with the San Diego Padres in the afternoon, and in the evening, it’s the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets for Padres game start at $14, while tickets for the Diamondbacks are $21 and up. If you’re a Rockies fan, don’t miss them during spring training.
3/2/15 - The Colorado Rockies added John Axford to their pitching roster, as Tyler Chatwood was placed on the disabled list. Axford may be gearing up to replace LaTroy Hawkins, the Rockies’ closer in 2015, who has said he will retire after this season. Axford has a good track record as a closer. Their bullpen lineup is taking shape, with six guys on the list. The spring training games kick off on Wednesday, and the Rockies face some formidable opponents at Salt River Fields. Their Saturday (3/7) game features the Chicago Cubs. You can get tickets starting at $19. They host the Cincinnati Reds on Monday (3/9), then turn around the following day to host the Seattle Mariners. These games still have tickets available starting at $10 and $15 respectively.
2/26/15 - With the Colorado Rockies starting their preseason in less than a week, fans are getting excited again. They will not have to wait long to see the Rockies back in action again. The season officially begins on April 6th, but you will have numerous opportunities to see them live before then. Your first chance will be on March 4th when the Rockies take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. You can attend for as little as $15. They have a training game nearly every day in March, 16 of which are home games, so there is no reason to miss out. If you prefer to wait until the season officially starts, the Rockies' home opener is on April 10th against the Chicago Cubs. Tickets start at $80.
2/2/15 - With Spring Training only a few weeks away, the Colorado Rockies are looking to create a stronger and deeper bullpen. Recently, they sent Chris O'Dowd and Jose Briceno, two minor league catchers, to the Atlanta Braves in return for David Hale and Gus Schlosser, both of whom are right handed pitchers. Hale had a 3.30 ERA last season. They have also agreed to signing John Axford to a minor league contract, but he could still be a possible player for the Rockies. They have also acquired Jairo Diaz in a trade with the Angles, which saw Josh Rutledge leave. The bullpen will get a chance to demonstrate their abilities during the Spring Training, which starts for the Rockies on March 4 at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, AZ, against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets start at $17.
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