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It’s been a challenging year for the Colorado Rockies. While the team has certainly had its strong moments, reaching the MLB playoffs seems to be quickly dwindling prospect. After its 6-5 win over San Francisco on Sept. 7, Colorado’s record was 67-72, third place in the National League West.
Like the season as a whole, September started off in up-and-down fashion for the Rockies. Colorado was 3-3 in its first six games of the month. Colorado went 1-2 against Arizona and 2-1 against San Francisco during this span.
The Rockies next travel to square off with Arizona for three games, Sept. 12–14. Colorado returns home to face San Diego on Sept. 16–18.
The Rockies may be long shots to make the playoffs next month, but they are certainly having a good time ruining other teams’ World Series dreams along the way. They recently won a series against the top-rated Chicago Cubs, and now have put an exclamation point on their August record by winning two of three matches against the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers. Colorado would have had the sweep last night, if they had managed to avoid giving up five runs in the top of the ninth inning. Will the Rockies make it to postseason after all? Find out this weekend when they host the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets to tomorrow’s game are $3.
The Colorado Rockies are struggling to get to .500, and last week didn’t help get the team over the hump. The Rockies sat at 60-67 as of Aug. 24, a mark that leaves them in third place in the NL West. Colorado dropped four of five games from Aug. 20–25, starting with a 9-2 decision against the Chicago Cubs and ending with a trio of consecutive losses to Milwaukee. The Rockies did earn an 11-4 win over the Cubs on Aug. 21. Nolan Arenado came up huge for his team by blasting two home runs in the victory. Colorado hosts the LA Dodgers Aug. 29–31. Tickets are on sale and start at just $3.
The Colorado Rockies have won their past two games, taking the series against the Nationals 2-1. In game 2, the Nationals had an early lead, but the Rockies quickly tied the game and did not let the Nationals get any more, winning 6-2. In game 3, the Rockies came out swinging. In the first inning, they scored seven runs, thanks to an RBI single from Nolan Arenado and RBI doubles from Gerardo Parra, Tony Wolters, and Jon Gray. Although the Nationals rallied, the Rockies kept going to ensure the 12-10 victory. The Rockies host the Cubs for three games starting on the 19and then head to Milwaukee to play the Brewers starting on the 22. You can still get tickets for $29 and up.
After winning four in a row, the Colorado Rockies lost a close one against the Orioles on July 25. The two teams were tied 2-2, forcing the game into a tenth inning. Then, the Orioles got a run at the bottom of the inning to win. Nolan Arenado had a homer in the fourth and Mark Reynolds had an RBI single in the seventh. The Rockies will be looking to get back to their winning ways when they play the Orioles twice more on the 26 and 27. Then, they head to New York to play the Mets starting on the 28. There is still time to get your tickets to catch all the action in person, with prices starting at $9.
The Colorado Rockies went 2-2 against the Phillies in their latest four game series. The Rockies started out strong, taking the first game 11-2. Their offense was on fire, and Trevor Story hit two homers, which helped him match the record for homers from a rookie prior to the All Star break. The next night, the Rockies were ahead until the Phillies had a four run seventh. The Rockies came back the next night and won, thanks to a six run sixth inning during which Tony Wolters had a triple that brought in three. The next night went to the Phillies. The Rockies will head to Atlanta after the break, and you can still get tickets for $7 and up.
After winning three in a row, the Colorado Rockies lost their most recent game against the Blue Jays on June 28. In the previous four game series against the Diamondbacks, the Rockies battled hard but fell by just a point in the first two games. The Rockies turned things around for the next two games, ending the series 2-2. Then, they started the three game series against the Blue Jays, with the first game ending in their favor, thanks to a six run seventh inning. Despite a solid effort by the Rockies, the Blue Jays came away the winner in the second game. The two teams face off again on June 29, and you can still get tickets for $8 and up.
Despite a string of injuries, the Colorado Rockies are on an absolute tear recently. In fact, they just wrapped up two games against the New York Yankees in which they managed to sweep the series. On Tuesday, they beat the visiting Yankees in an impressive 13 – 10 victory. The Rockies followed that up with a 6 – 3 win on Wednesday night. Both games were hard fought and came at the cost of multiple injured players. Now, Colorado will embark on a road trip against the Marlins before heading to New York for a rematch with the Yankees. Catch them when they return to Coors Field on June 23 to host the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets are $5 and up.
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.
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.