Broncos launch exclusive Apple Watch app [Denver Broncos]
The Broncos are one of the NFL's first teams to make an Apple Watch app to keep fans on top of Broncos news and updates.
Rox flash power but fall to Padres in 5th straight loss [Colorado Rockies]
Justin Upton, Jedd Gyorko and Derek Norris each drilled home runs on Sunday to overcome four home runs by the Rockies on Sunday as San Diego held on for a 8-5 victory at Petco Park, securing a three-game series sweep.
Rox rough up Shields but can't reverse skid [Colorado Rockies]
The Rockies did everything they could have hoped against Padres ace James Shields on Sunday. They bested him for three home runs, two from Nolan Arenado and one from Charlie Blackmon, and scored five runs to chase him after 5 1/3 innings.
Kendrick has another 'frustrating' start [Colorado Rockies]
The Rockies set a low bar for their starting pitcher, Kyle Kendrick, by hitting three home runs off usually effective Padres ace James Shields and chasing him after 5 1/3 innings. Yet Kendrick fell short in the Rockies' 8-6 loss, which completed a three-game Padres sweep at Petco park.
Matzek, D-backs' Collmenter match up in opener [Colorado Rockies]
Rockies left-hander Tyler Matzek and D-backs righty Josh Collmenter each ride momentum into their matchup Monday night.
Rox offense has yet to get rolling on road [Colorado Rockies]
In the first three games of the season, the Rockies scored 20 runs and swept the Brewers at Miller Park. But that series -- when the Rockies hit .322, put up a .336 on-base percentage and a .585 slugging percentage -- didn't usher in an era of big road performances.
Emptying the Notebook: Confidence remains high in Brock Osweiler, and more [Denver Broncos]
The Broncos drafted Northwestern QB Trevor Siemian in the seventh round, but Gary Kubiak had praise for the progress of Brock Osweiler.
Toughness, versatility what matters on reshaped O-line [Denver Broncos]
Gary Kubiak and John Elway know what they want up front: toughness and versatility. They'll test their linemen in both areas.
Rox struggle to drive in runs in 4th straight loss [Colorado Rockies]
Justin Upton's two-run single in the fifth inning put the Padres on top for good and Brandon Morrow allowed two runs in six innings Saturday as San Diego edged the Rockies, 4-2, at Petco Park.
De La Rosa shows old form, but walks costly [Colorado Rockies]
Saturday night's 4-2 loss to the Padres dumped the Rockies into the group of sub-.500 clubs, but they just may be able to hold onto the pitching of Jorge De La Rosa until they right themselves.
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