2019 Colorado Rockies Schedule Released — CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4)– The Colorado Rockies are still working on this season but are already planning on next season! The 2019 Colorado Rockies schedule was released on Wednesday morning which shows the team opening in Miami and Tampa with the Home Opener on April 5, 2019 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rain near Coors Field in…

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Rockies counting on 2018 starters to match 2009 rotation — The Denver Post

Rockies manager Bud Black sat in the home dugout at Coors Field on Tuesday afternoon discussing his team’s hot streak and its playoff potential. Time and time again, Black mentioned starting pitching as the key. “You’ve got to pitch well,” he said. “That’s been the common theme for the last month and a half. We’ve…

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Should the Broncos let Paxton Lynch play against Washington? — Mile High Sports

When Chad Kelly threw a 16-yard touchdown strike to wide receiver Courtland Sutton in the second quarter of the Broncos’ second preseason game, Mile High erupted to levels the stadium has not heard since the team’s AFC Championship victory in 2016. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the “boos” and jeering from the crowd…

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Rockies fall to last-place Padres in series opener at Coors Field — The Denver Post

After a magical road trip to “Hotlanta,” there was no mojo in LoDo for the Rockies on Tuesday night. A sleepy offense and key San Diego home runs off starter Tyler Anderson led to a 4-3 Rockies defeat, a big letdown after they swept four games from the Braves in Atlanta for the first time…

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Kiszla: It hurts so good. How Rockies are teaching Colorado to love high anxiety of a playoff race. — The Denver Post

Hey, Rockies. Quit dragging our hearts around. The winning streak died at the warning track. Ever hear 27,862 hopeful gasps turn to a group groan in a single breath? In front of a ballpark full of anxious eyes, Chris Iannetta’s two-out blast in the bottom of the ninth inning went back, back, back … only…

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Horse Tracks: Connor McGovern’s development critical for Broncos’ offensive line success — Mile High Report – All Posts

Third-year offensive lineman Connor McGovern has taken a huge step forward and should provide the Broncos’ offensive line with some much needed consistency at right guard. Good morning, Broncos Country. For several years the Denver Broncos have been trying to find consistency on the offensive line. One of the primary issues fans have come to…

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Broncos vs. Redskins preseason 2018: Everything we know — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos are playing the Washington Redskins on Friday, August 24, 2018 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The Denver Broncos dominated the Chicago Bears last week until late, when two late touchdowns gave the Bears a 24-23 victory. The Broncos head to Landover, Maryland to take on the Washington Redskins in Week 3…

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Tim Patrick focused on special teams play in hopes of making final 53-man roster — Mile High Report – All Posts

Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick is making plays at wide receiver, but it is his special teams play that will secure him a roster spot. The Denver Broncos have quite the set of wide receivers heading into the 2018 regular season. With Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, Courtland Sutton, and DaeSean Hamilton all but secure…

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Chad Kelly getting first-team reps could mean the Broncos do not plan to add a veteran QB — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos might have decided that Chad Kelly is going to be their backup quarterback in 2018. The rise of Chad Kelly continued on Tuesday. The preseason star who elevated himself from third-team to second-team after the first preseason game received a handful of first-team reps. Now, before we get too far ahead of…

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Colorado Rockies Fall To The Padres 4-3 — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Rockies are at a loss for why they scuffle against teams with a losing record. It’s a trend they just can’t seem to shake — even when they’re rolling along. Eric Hosmer and Austin Hedges homered off Tyler Anderson and the San Diego Padres cooled off the Rockies with a 4-3 win on Tuesday night.…

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