Rockies' big surge ends with walk-off win [Colorado Rockies]
Franklin Morales spotted the Giants four runs in the top of the first inning Monday, but rather than say die, the Rockies instead stormed back for eight runs in the final three innings, including a walk-off single from Charlie Blackmon to cap off a 10-9 comeback victory at Coors Field.
Lyles gets rematch with Giants' record-setting Petit [Colorado Rockies]
After setting down the first eight batters to face him in his last outing against the Rockies on Thursday, Yusmeiro Petit had retired 46 straight batters to set a Major League record. They'll be counting on another effective outing from the 29-year-old Tuesday at Coors Field when he opposes Colorado's Jordan Lyles.
Broncos name team captains [Denver Broncos]
Peyton Manning, Demaryius Thomas, DeMarcus Ware, Terrance Knighton and David Bruton were voted by their teammates as the Broncos’ 2014 team captains.
Rockies edged late by Giants in resumed game [Colorado Rockies]
When a storm first forced the Giants and Rockies to suspend play in the bottom of the sixth May 22, Colorado was sitting pretty at 26-21 -- just three games behind the National League West-leading Giants. On Monday when the game resumed, the Rockies couldn't regain their May mojo, falling to the Giants, 4-2.
Rockies bolster roster with three callups [Colorado Rockies]
The Rockies recalled left-hander Yohan Flande, first baseman Ben Paulsen and infielder Rafael Ynoa on Monday from Triple-A Colorado Springs. All three players were available for both the suspended game and the regularly scheduled contest, which was good news considering what had to happen when play resumed.
Move to 60-day DL ends Logan's season [Colorado Rockies]
It's safe to say left-hander Boone Logan's first season hasn't been anywhere close to what the Rockies had in mind when they signed him to a three-year, $16.5 million contract this past winter. And on Monday, it officially came to an end.
Bettis misses Triple-A start with sore shoulder [Colorado Rockies]
When right-hander Chad Bettis was scratched from his scheduled start with Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday, most assumed he was on his way to join the Rockies on the day rosters expanded. As it turns out, Bettis' unavailability was injury-related.
Kenneth Faried's play in Spain familiar to Denver Nuggets [Denver Nuggets]
Kenneth Faried's play in Spain familiar to Denver Nuggets
Wes Welker back at practice [Denver Broncos]
Wide receiver Wes Welker caught passes and ran routes wearing a helmet Monday as the Broncos began their preparations for the Colts.
Favorite This: #GoFariedGoUSA Social Rewind [Denver Nuggets]
The past week on social media through the #GoFariedGoUSA lens.
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