In the much anticipated debut of Peyton Manning under center for Denver, the Broncos dominated the Bears in a convincing 31-3 win last night in Chicago. Manning engineered an 11-play, 60-yard opening drive into the red zone, that ended on a tipped-pass interception. The drive was Manning’s only action of the game.
The Colorado Rockies (36-57) ended their three-game losing streak with Jordan Pacheco’s 12th inning RBI single, propelling the team to an 8-6 win over the San Diego Padres (40-56) last night in California. It was Pacheco’s 4th RBI of the night. The rubber game of the series is this afternoon at 2:05 MT at Petco Park (TV: Root Sports).
The Colorado Rockies (35-54) averted disaster after blowing a 3-run ninth inning lead, with Dexter Fowler’s walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 9th to top the Pittsburgh Pirates (49-40) 5-4 last night in Denver. The win came after a 58-minute rain delay. Game two of the series is tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).
On the hottest night in Coors Field’s 20-year history (100 degrees at game time), the Colorado Rockies (28-44) cooled down one of the hottest teams in baseball by beating the visiting Washington Nationals (41-30) 4-2 last night in Denver. Game 2 of the four game series is at 6:40 tonight at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).
The Colorado Rockies (24-36) lost their sixth in a row, and fell to 0-7 this season in interleague games after an 8-5 loss to the visiting Oakland Athletics (27-35) last night. Rockies pitchers now have the worst ERA (6.27) in Major League Baseball. The second contest of the three-game series is tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).
With a tough start to the season behind them, the Colorado Rockies (24-30) continued their recent winning ways with a 4-0 win last night over the Arizona Diamondbacks (25-30) in Phoenix. It was their second win in a row, and seventh in their last eight games. The two teams go at it again tonight at 7:40 MT at Chase Field (TV: Root Sports).
A dismal May ended on a positive note for the Colorado Rockies (21-29) who completed a four-game sweep of the Houston Astros (22-29) with an 11-5 win last night in Denver. Colorado has scored 50 first inning runs in 50 games this season, including 5 last night. The Rockies start a three-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers (32-19) tonight at 6:40 at Coors Field (TV: Root Sports).
The Colorado Rockies (19-29), who had limped home after a 2-4 road trip, swept a doubleheader against the Houston Astros (22-27) yesterday in Denver, winning the first game 9-7, and the second 7-6. The Rockies are off today, before facing the Astros at Coors Field again tomorrow and Thursday.
The Colorado Rockies (17-27) shut down one of the hottest teams in baseball last night, beating the Cincinnati Reds (25-20) 6-3 in Cincinnati. Rockies starter Christian Friedrich gave up three runs in five innings, and struck out six. Todd Helton drove in thee runs. The second game of the series is tonight at Great American Park at 5:15 MT (TV: none).
The Colorado Rockies (16-27) won for only the fifth time this month, taking the final game of the three-game series last night against the Miami Marlins (24-20) 8-4. This time it was Miami that blew the early lead, something Colorado has been doing frequently. The Rockies are off today, before starting a three-game series at Cincinnati tomorrow.
The Colorado Rockies (15-27) have fallen to 4-16 in the month of May after losing to the Miami Marlins (24-19) last night 7-6 in Miami. The Rockies trailed 7-4 in the eighth inning before mounting a rally that fell one run short. The two team wrap up the series tonight at 5:10 MT in Marlins Park (TV: Root Sports).
Jeremie Guthrie was roughed up early, and their ninth inning rally ended in a double-play, as the Colorado Rockies (15-25) lost 6-4 to the Seattle Mariners (19-24) yesterday afternoon in Denver, completing Seattle’s 3-game sweep. The Rockies open a three-game series against the Miami Marlins (22-19) tonight at 5:10 MT at Marlins Park (TV: Root Sports).
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