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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Resumes rehab assignment

    Marquez (elbow) resumed a rehab assignment with the Rockies' Arizona Complex League affiliate Wednesday, striking out four while yielding one unearned run over 1.2 innings.

    Marquez made one rehab appearance with the ACL Rockies last month before returning to throwing bullpen sessions. He's now back to appearing in games as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander is tracking toward a return to the Rockies sometime next month.

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  • Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Homers again Wednesday

    McMahon went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a double and an additional run scored in a 17-9 loss to the Twins on Wednesday.

    McMahon cut the Rockies' deficit to 5-2 in the fourth inning with a 427-foot blast off Pablo Lopez, his 12th homer of the year. The 29-year-old McMahon looks to have broken out of a prolonged slump -- he's gone 4-for-7 with two doubles and two home runs in his last two games after struggling to a .115 average (7-for-61) in his previous 17 contests. Overall, McMahon's now slashing .267/.350/.462 with 36 RBI and 35 runs scored across 288 plate appearances this year.

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  • Rockies' Austin Gomber: Rough day in Minnesota

    Gomber (1-4) took the loss Wednesday against the Twins, allowing eight runs on 11 hits and a walk over three innings. He struck out two.

    The Twins got to Gomber early Wednesday, scoring five times in the first inning before the left-hander was charged with another three runs before recording an out in the fourth. Gomber's now surrendered 15 runs over just 11 innings in his last three starts after working to a 0.67 ERA in his previous four outings. Overall, the 30-year-old left-hander sports a 4.26 ERA with a 1.32 WHIP and 49:22 K:BB across 69.2 innings this year. Gomber will look to right the ship in his next start, though he's currently in line for a tough matchup with the Dodgers at Coors Field.

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  • Rockies' Gavin Hollowell: Back in action at Triple-A

    Triple-A Albuquerque reinstated Hollowell (undisclosed) from its 7-day injured list Tuesday.

    Hollowell made his first appearance for Albuquerque since April 9 in Tuesday's 10-3 loss to El Paso, giving up one run on two hits while striking out two over an inning of relief. The 26-year-old right-hander, who possesses a spot on the Rockies' 40-man roster, was cleared to rejoin the Triple-A club after making two rehab appearances in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League.

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  • Rockies' Jacob Stallings: Filling in for banged-up Diaz

    Stallings will start at catcher and bat fifth in Wednesday's game against the Twins.

    Stallings will be getting his second straight start while Elias Diaz remains day-to-day after straining his left calf in Monday's 5-0 loss to Minnesota. Though he's seen light usage for much of the season while Diaz has largely stayed healthy, Stallings has produced well in his limited opportunities, producing an .802 OPS over 104 plate appearances.

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  • Rockies' Elias Diaz: Remains out Wednesday

    Diaz (calf) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in Minnesota.

    As expected, Diaz will get another day to rest his left calf injury. The hope is that he will be ready to play Friday in Denver versus the Pirates following the Rockies' off day Thursday, but his availability for the weekend isn't guaranteed. Jacob Stallings will start at catcher Wednesday.

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  • Rockies' Jalen Beeks: Used as setup man again

    Beeks allowed one hit across 1.2 scoreless innings to earn a hold Tuesday against the Twins.

    Beeks entered the game in the seventh inning with the Rockies hanging onto a two-run lead. He allowed only an infield single to turn in his third consecutive scoreless appearance. However, Beeks appears to have ceded the closer role to Tyler Kinley, as Kinley has picked up each of the last three saves for Colorado.

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  • Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Notches pair of hits

    McMahon went 2-for-4 with a double, a solo homer and an additional run during Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Twins.

    McMahon generated his first multi-hit game since May 22, scoring in the sixth inning after reaching on a double and then swatting a solo homer off Cole Sands in the eighth inning. The third baseman had been in a rut prior to Tuesday's game, going 2-for-29 with two runs and no RBI in the past seven games. Still, McMahon owns a .788 OPS with 11 home runs across 66 games this year.

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  • Rockies' Tyler Kinley: Hangs on for save

    Kinley picked up the save Tuesday against the Twins, allowing two runs on two hits with no walks over one inning. He struck out two.

    Kinley inherited a three-run lead in the ninth but still had to sweat after allowing a leadoff double to Willi Castro and a two-run homer to Carlos Santana with two outs before icing the game by striking out Jose Miranda. Kinley has emerged as the Rockies' preferred ninth-inning option -- supplanting Jalen Beeks -- though Tuesday's close call and Kinley's 8.10 ERA overall could open the door for other relievers to see save chances.

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  • Rockies' Cal Quantrill: Another scoreless start

    Quantrill (6-4) picked up the win Tuesday against Minnesota, allowing three hits and one walk with five strikeouts across six scoreless innings.

    Quantrill has gone 11 straight innings without allowing a run and issued fewer than two walks for the first time in four starts. The 29-year-old didn't yield an extra-base hit Tuesday and didn't let a runner get past second base, qualifying for his sixth quality start in his last eight outings. While his strikeout stuff has been hit-or-miss, Quantrill owns a 6-1 record and a 1.91 ERA since the start of May. He's tentatively scheduled to face the Dodgers at Coors Field on Monday. Quantrill allowed four runs in 4.1 innings when he faced the Dodgers in Los Angeles on June 1.

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  • Rockies' Elias Diaz: Held out Tuesday

    Diaz (calf) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game in Minnesota.

    Diaz tweaked his left calf in Monday's loss to the Twins and the expectation is that he won't be available for the remainder of the series. Jacob Stallings will do the catching Tuesday.

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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Initiates throwing program

    Manager Bud Black said that Gilbreath (elbow/shoulder) is "progressing" after the southpaw resumed throwing June 3 at Coors Field, reports.

    After undergoing Tommy John surgery March 14, 2023, Gilbreath received clearance to head out on a minor-league rehab assignment in late April, but he made just one appearance before being shut down after experiencing shoulder discomfort. He's finally starting to get ramped back up again after a nearly six-week shutdown period, but Gilbreath could still be another week or more away from heading back out on a rehab assignment. During his last healthy season in the majors in 2022, Gilbreath compiled a 4.19 ERA and 1.47 WHIP over 43 innings out of the Colorado bullpen.

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  • Rockies' Antonio Senzatela: Completes side session

    Senzatela (elbow) threw what he termed as a "touch-and-feel" bullpen session at Busch Stadium on Saturday, reports.

    The bullpen session represents Senzatela's first known mound work since he underwent Tommy John surgery last July. The Rockies haven't ruled out Senzatela from coming off the 60-day injured list and pitching for the big club at some point later in the season, though even if the remaining steps of his rehab program go smoothly, he may not have sufficient time to get fully ramped up for a starting role.

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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Facing 4-to-6-week timeline

    Rockies manager Bud Black recently said that Beck is expected to require 4-to-6 weeks of recovery time after undergoing surgery May 29 to insert a plate into his broken left hand, reports.

    Beck sustained the injury when he made a diving grab in the outfield in a May 25 game against the Phillies. The rookie has yet to resume baseball activities, though he could be cleared to do so in the next week or two if the shorter end of his recovery timeline proves to be accurate. Beck will eventually require a minor-league rehab assignment before he's reinstated from the 10-day injured list.

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  • Rockies' Brendan Rodgers: Expected to avoid extended absence

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Monday that Rodgers was diagnosed with a "mild strain" of his left hamstring and isn't expected to stay on the injured list for much longer than the minimum 10 days, reports.

    Rodgers strained his hamstring while running to first base on a sacrifice-bunt attempt in last Friday's game against the Cardinals and was placed on the 10-day IL two days later. While he's not on track to be activated when first eligible next Tuesday, Rodgers looks like he might have a chance to return before the end of June, depending on how quickly he's able to resume baseball activities. Adael Amador was recalled from Double-A Hartford on Sunday and is expected to serve as the Rockies' primary second baseman for the duration of Rodgers' absence.

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  • Rockies' Elias Diaz: Likely out for Minnesota series

    Rockies manager Bud Black suggested after Monday's 5-0 loss to the Twins that Diaz will likely miss the remaining two games of the series in Minnesota due to a strained left calf, reports. "It's right in the belly of the calf, so we'll see," Black said of the injury Diaz suffered in the first inning of Monday's game. "He's been feeling it for a couple weeks. He's been able to manage it and [in Monday's game], I think just on that particular ground ball, out of the box, it got him. We'll see in a couple of days. Keith [Duggar, the team's head athletic trainer] wants to treat it for a day or two and see where we are."

    Diaz was lifted from the game in the bottom of the first after he strained his calf while running out a groundball in his first at-bat of the night in the top of the frame. Jacob Stallings came on to replace Diaz and will presumably start behind the plate for the final two games in Minnesota, and Stallings could be headed for an extended run as the Rockies' No. 1 catcher if Diaz requires a stint on the injured list. Diaz will presumably be re-examined Thursday when the Rockies return to Colorado before the team makes a decision on his availability heading into this weekend's series versus the Pirates. Diaz has been one of the few bright spots for the Rockies this season, batting .303 with five home runs, 28 RBI and 20 runs in 55 games.

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  • Rockies' Nolan Jones: Requires more rehab time

    The Rockies elected not to activate Jones (knee/back) from the 10-day injured list Monday as previously planned, as the club determined that the outfielder needs more time in the minors to find his proper swing, reports.

    Before he was placed on the IL on April 30 with a low-back strain, Jones had gotten off to a disappointing start to the season, slashing just .170/.243/.277 with a 35.9 percent strikeout rate over 103 plate appearances. After starting up a rehab assignment in mid-May, Jones played in just three games before being shut down with a left knee injury, but he was cleared to report back to Triple-A Albuquerque on June 2. Though Jones hasn't reported any issues with his back or knee since returning to action, he's still hitting just .231 with a 36.7 percent strikeout rate in his seven games during the second rehab assignment. The Rockies likely want to see Jones find some success in the minors prior to activating him, so the 26-year-old could remain with Albuquerque through at least Thursday before the Rockies return home Friday to begin a series with the Pirates.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .246


Player Injury
N. Jones LF Nolan Jones LF Knee
E. Diaz C Elias Diaz C Calf
K. Bryant 1B Kris Bryant 1B Ribs
B. Rodgers 2B Brendan Rodgers 2B Hamstring
J. Beck OF Jordan Beck OF Hand

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