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  • Rockies romp behind Bettis to top Giants [Colorado Rockies]
    An emphatic eight-run fourth inning and Chad Bettis' dominant mound performance were more than enough for the Rockies in their 11-2 win over San Francisco in Sunday's series finale at Coors Field.
  • Rockies ride eight-run frame to victory [Colorado Rockies]
    Colorado batted around in the fourth inning Sunday and eventually scored eight runs in the frame, the offensive catalyst behind an 11-2 win over the Giants at Coors Field.
  • Aggressive Bettis tosses gem vs. Giants [Colorado Rockies]
    Chad Bettis was nearly flawless for eight innings before exiting two outs shy of a complete game -- his overall dominance largely helping the Rockies breeze to an 11-2 blowout win over the Giants in Sunday's series finale at Coors Field.
  • Butler seeking turnaround against Reds [Colorado Rockies]
    In one of the many day games on the Memorial Day slate, the Rockies head to Cincinnati in search of more recent dominance against the Reds. Over the last two seasons, Colorado has won eight of l2 games played against them, and it will send right-hander Eddie Butler to the mound opposite veteran Jason Marquis.
  • Butler trying to learn quickly in big leagues [Colorado Rockies]
    After a year of mechanical issues and a shoulder injury, right-hander Eddie Butler is close to being the hard-thrower the Rockies drafted 46th overall in 2012 and watched strike out 143 in 149 2/3 innings with a 1.80 ERA in Class A and Double-A in 2013. But the Major League life seems so complicated.
  • Lyles could miss next start with sprained toe [Colorado Rockies]
    Rockies manger Walt Weiss said "it's not been decided" whether right-hander Jordan Lyles will make Colorado's next road trip. Lyles suffered a sprained left big toe in Saturday's Game 1 loss to the Giants, which cut his start short after just four-plus innings.
  • 2015 NBA Draft Combine Recap: Spot Up Shooting [Denver Nuggets]
    In the spot up shooting drill, each player shoots a total of 50 uncontested jump shots from various distances and spots on the court – 25 from the distance of a college three pointer (20 feet, 9 inches), then another 25 from the distance of the NBA three pointer (23 feet, 9 inches). At each distance, all 29 participating players shot five shots from the corner, five from the right wing, five from the top of the key, five from the left wing, and five from the corner.
  • Descalso's homer lifts Hale to victory [Colorado Rockies]
    Daniel Descalso's two-run homer in Saturday night's sixth inning enabled the Colorado Rockies to inch ahead and helped them claim a 5-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants, ending the defending World Series champions' eight-game winning streak.
  • Hale makes case for future Rockies starts [Colorado Rockies]
    David Hale, who was called up from Triple-A Albuquerque as the 26th man, gave the Rockies a much-needed boost, pitching Colorado to a 5-3 win over the Giants in the second leg of Saturday's doubleheader at Coors Field.
  • Mason's Mailbag: Two or one? How the PAT changes affect post-TD decisions [Denver Broncos]
    Do the numbers favor the Broncos going for two more often? A look at this week's changes and their potential impact highlights the Memorial Day mailbag.

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