This is Nolan's house; Tulo and CarGo just live there. Image courtesy of Shutterstock
Fans and observers of Colorado baseball have spent the past several years obsessing about the Rockies' two marquee players. Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez have long had the potential to be one of baseball's best duos, only they haven't been able to stay healthy enough for that to matter....
July 1 2015, 9:06 AM
Nolan Arenado talks to Denver media after a Colorado Rockies victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, including MLB.com writer Tracy Ringolsby.
After a Colorado Rockies victory, it’s a common sight—Nolan Arenado holding audience with the assembled media in the clubhouse. In his third Major League season, Arenado’s maturity at the plate is reflected in his thoughtful answers to questions about unbelievable fielding plays and rising home run...
June 29 2015, 11:00 AM
—Photo Credit: Pete Eklund
As 5280’s Summer Guide has pointed out, this season offers plenty of opportunities to get outside and be active. But the warm-weather months are also a good time to kick back, relax, enjoy a cold beverage, and watch the pros play. With that it mind, here are a few summer sports highlights to check...
June 15 2015, 11:00 AM
Ever since Eric Young Sr. led off the home half of the first-ever Major League Baseball game in Colorado with a solo dinger in April 1993, we've known the Rockies would hit. The still unanswered question, 22 years later, is whether they'll ever be able to pitch consistently enough at this mile-high...
June 2 2015, 9:22 AM
—Photograph by Jon Rose
Step into the Colorado Rockies’ clubhouse, and you’ll see about 50 lockers—each a reflection of its owner’s personality. As baseball enters the heart of the season, we checked out the cubby of 24-year-old third baseman Nolan Arenado. Here’s some of what the two-time Rawlings Gold Glove winner—the...
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The beginning of the baseball season has always inspired optimism, rejuvenation, and a ton of sappy cliches.
Everyone's in first place on Opening Day!
It's a marathon, not a sprint.
Wait 'til this year!
And so on.
As Denver gears up for the Rockies' home opener on Friday—yet...
April 10 2015, 9:00 AM
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You can find reasons to admonish almost everything about the Colorado Rockies—from the mascot to the management. But you must admit, Denver does opening day right. Fans literally paint the town purple as though they are paying homage to Katharine Lee Bates's famous line in "America the Beautiful":...
April 9 2015, 11:00 AM
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A dark cloud engulfed Colorado Rockies fans last summer as the Mile High City met another lost season with resignation. Since 2009’s playoff berth, this sense of defeat is a summer ritual in Denver. Usually, spring training and the Arizona temperatures burn off some of the haze and inject...
April 3 2015, 11:10 AM