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The Colorado Rockies finished third in the National League West in the 2016 MLB Season (an improvement from the prior year). The Rockies finished the year with 75 wins however failed to make the MLB Playoffs. Look for the Rockies to rebound in the 2017 MLB season and make a run for divisional championship.

About the Colorado Rockies
In 1993, the Colorado Rockies franchise entered the MLB as part of their National League expansion. Their home field is Coors Field in downtown Denver, the Mile High City. Despite their lack of a World Series ring, the Rockies fan base is a dedicated and loyal baseball crowd. Baseball fans from the area support their Rockies each night by selling thousands of tickets every year.

The team has had little post season success since 1993 only winning one National League Pennant in 2007 and made the MLB Wild Card rounds in 1995, 2007, and 2009. The National League West division features tough competition each night against teams like the Los Angeles, Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, and Arizona Diamondbacks.

Although the Rockies have not won a World Series in franchise history yet, they made the 2007 MLB World Series only to lose to the Boston Red Sox. Tickets to the World Series Coors Field games were some of the most sought after baseball tickets of all time. Browse through the Colorado Rockies Coors Field schedule above and grab your seats for MLB action at

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Jake McGee Returns to Rockies After Contract Agreement
Jake McGee is back as a member of the Colorado Rockies for the 2017 season. The Rockies and McGee agreed on a deal on Friday afternoon, with the 30-year-old left-hander avoiding arbitration by reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal valued at $5.9 million. jake mcgee, rockies settle at $5.9M — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 2, […] Jake McGee Returns to Rockies After Contract Agreement - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Colorado Rockies Should Re-Sign Mark Reynolds at First Base
So what will the Colorado Rockies do about their need at first base this offseason? With the winter meetings approaching, we’re going on record to say they should sign a former member of the St. Louis Cardinals or a former Baltimore Oriole. No, we’re not talking about Matt Holliday or Mark Trumbo here. We’re talking […] Colorado Rockies Should Re-Sign Mark Reynolds at First Base - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Homers still play with new Coors Field fences
Even though Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado tied for the National League lead in home runs with 41 in 2016, Coors Field actually lowered his totals. Higher fencing in right-center field blocked three fly balls that would have been homers previously -- a development Arenado greeted with a smile and a shrug.
Colorado Rockies Rumors: Exclusive Chat with Chris Cotillo
Chris Cotillo of and joined me earlier today to discuss the Colorado Rockies and Major League Baseball’s upcoming annual winter meetings. Cotillo has established himself as one of the go-to people when it comes to MLB breaking news and rumors. We have referenced him on several occasions, including recently when he tweeted out […] Colorado Rockies Rumors: Exclusive Chat with Chris Cotillo - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Colorado Rockies Rumors: Interest in Mike Dunn for Bullpen?
With Major League Baseball and the players union agreeing on a new collective bargaining agreement, it’s expected that the hot stove is going to heat up quickly for the Colorado Rockies and other MLB teams. One of the players who has been potentially linked to the Rockies in recent days has been reliever Mike Dunn. […] Colorado Rockies Rumors: Interest in Mike Dunn for Bullpen? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rockies in win-now mode entering Meetings
While some in the baseball world look at the Rockies with increased hope, general manager Jeff Bridich prefers to see his club through clear eyes.
Most strikeouts by a hitter in a single season
223: Mark Reynolds, 2009 222: Adam Dunn, 2012 219: Chris Davis, 2016 212: Chris Carter, 2013 211: Mark Reynolds, 2010 208: Chris Davis, 2015 205: Drew Stubbs, 2011 204: Mark Reynolds, 2008 199: Ryan Howard, 2007 199: Ryan Howard, 2008 199: Adam Dunn, 2010 199: Chris Davis, 2013 199: Kris Bryant, 2015 197: Jack Cust, 2008 196: Mark Reynolds, 2011 195: Adam Dunn, 2004 195: Curtis Granderson, 2012 194: Adam Dunn, 2006 190: Ryan Howard, 2014 189: Bobby Bonds, 1970 189: Danny Espinosa, 2012 189: Adam Dunn, 2013 188: Jose Hernandez, 2002 187: Bobby Bonds, 1969 187: Preston Wilson, 2000 187: Mike Napoli, 2013 187: Ian Desmond, 2015
Colorado Rockies: Do They Need Another Quality Starter?
On Tuesday, put it out its “wish list” of what all of the 15 National League teams should be shopping for this offseason. Of course, the Colorado Rockies were included in the article … but the main need the writer saw for the Rockies was different than some of the roster deficits we have […] Colorado Rockies: Do They Need Another Quality Starter? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Lyles, Rockies agree to $3,175,000, 1-year deal
DENVER (AP) Facing the possibility of getting cut by the Colorado Rockies later this week, right-hander Jordan Lyles agreed Wednesday to a one-year contract worth $3,175,000 - a $200,000 raise. Lyles was mostly used out of the bullpen by the Rockies last season. He made the first of his 35 relief appearances on June 22 after being recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque and went 4-5 with a 5.83 ERA in 40 big league games overall. The 26-year-old was acquired by Colorado from Houston on Dec. 3, 2013, and is 27-43 in his major league career with a 5.17 ERA. Teams have until Friday to offer 2017 contracts to unsigned players on their 40-man roster. If offered a contract, Lyles would have been eligible for salary arbitration.
Colorado Rockies agree to terms with Jordan Lyles, avoid arbitration
Odds appeared to favor non-tendering Lyles, but the pitcher will stick around for 2017. The Colorado Rockies announced on Wednesday that they have agreed to terms of a one-year deal with pitcher Jordan Lyles. While Lyles was expected to be a non-tender candidate at the deadline this Friday, this deal allows the Rockies to keep his rights at a reduced cost. Lyles was projected to make $3.3M in arbitration this offseason, a relatively steep price for a pitcher who had considerable struggles in his third year with the club. Going into his final year of arbitration, Lyles had his worst season in the majors. After beginning the season as a starter and only getting through the fifth inning once in his five starts, Lyles transitioned into a bullpen role. There was hope that the shorter appearances would help him maintain focus and be able to dominate hitters that he only had to face once. While the results were better, they still left a lot to be desired, and it appeared that the Rockies...

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