This practical guide serves as the perfect introduction to the city affectionately known as the Mile High City.
A pair of Cy Young Awards, three straight major league ERA titles, a 20-win season – and now a no-hitter. There isn’t much more for Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw to accomplish besides winning a World […]
Martin Kaymer captured the US Open by eight strokes, posting a nine-under 271 for the tournament, and the San Antonio Spurs closed out the Miami Heat in five games to end a substandard Finals round […]
By MICHAEL KELLY Associated Press DENVER (AP) Jhoulys Chacin is getting closer to being back to form. Now a win would be nice to go with good health. Carlos Gonzalez, however, took a few steps […]
DENVER (AP) Nolan Arenado thought for sure his liner to left field was gone. Nope, hit off the top of the wall and bounced back onto the warning track. Walkoff double. Walkoff homer. Doesn’t really […]
Backup catcher Hector Sanchez played a starring role in a wild win. He could get used to this. Sanchez hit two of San Francisco’s six homers, including a grand slam in the 11th inning Wednesday […]
Holding the Colorado Rockies to two runs at Coors Field is normally a cause for celebration. Madison Bumgarner only got a tough-luck loss. Bumgarner tossed a complete game over eight innings but Nolan Arenado hit […]
Ryan Vogelsong struggled through a rough first inning. He couldn’t get out of the second. Vogelsong was tagged for three of the Rockies’ five home runs in his shortest outing as a Giant, and Colorado […]
Brandon Crawford’s first splash hit came at a most opportune time. Crawford led off the 10th inning with a game-ending drive into McCovey Cove to give the San Francisco Giants a 5-4 victory over the […]
The Rockies expect big things from Nolan Arenado. But can he put it all together at the plate?
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) The Oakland Athletics found a trade partner for pitcher Brett Anderson and his big salary. The A’s dealt the left-hander and cash to the Colorado Rockies for lefty Drew Pomeranz and minor […]
In 2006 and 2012, Detroit swept the ALCS only to wait around for their NL opponent. And then the Tigers lost the World Series.