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5/4/2016 | Chatwood extends road scoreless streak

Listed at 6-feet, 185 pounds and carrying an easy smile on his bearded face, Rockies right-handed pitcher Tyler Chatwood doesn't strike you as imposing. But when his team truly needs him -- as was the case Wednesday, when he threw eight innings in a 2-0 defeat of the Padres, who had won the first two games of the series -- Chatwood casts a figuratively large shadow.

5/4/2016 | Road show: Chatwood quiets Padres' bats

Tyler Chatwood right-hander tossed eight scoreless frames against the Padres at Petco Park on Wednesday, running his road shutout streak to 24 2/3 innings. Jake McGee took care of the ninth for the Rockies, who won 2-0 after scoring twice on balls that were hit less than 90 feet: a Cristhian Adames RBI groundout in the fifth and a DJ LeMahieu safety squeeze in the ninth.

5/4/2016 | Weiss preaches patience with Gray, Butler

Through deflating losses to the Padres the previous two nights, Rockies manager Walt Weiss emerged encouraged by the forward steps taken by right-handed starting pitchers Jon Gray and Eddie Butler.

5/4/2016 | Butler shows his potential and inexperience

Rockies right-hander Eddie Butler's performance against the Padres on Tuesday night quickly went from a showcase of his immense talent to a learning experience, not to mention a 6-3 Rockies loss.

5/4/2016 | Padres look to sweep Rockies behind Vargas

The level hasn't made much difference to Padres right-handed pitcher Cesar Vargas, who will make his third start of the season on Wednesday against the Rockies as San Diego goes for a three-game sweep at Petco Park.

5/4/2016 | Wallace leads way as Padres stun Rockies

Brett Wallace's big night helped the Padres overcome a shaky start Tuesday, as San Diego scored six unanswered runs to rally for a 6-3 win and another series victory over the Rockies at Petco Park.

5/3/2016 | Rockies' pitching prospects are on a tear

Triple-A Albuquerque right-hander Jeff Hoffman and Double-A Hartford left-handers Kyle Freeland and Harrison Musgrave, and Hartford righties Antonio Senzatela and German Marquez -- all of whom went to Rockies Spring Training -- have a combined 1.55 ERA with 76 strikeouts against 27 walks, and 82 hits against in 116 1/3 innings.

5/3/2016 | Rockies' makeup game vs. Pirates set for June 9

The Rockies and Pirates will play on June 9 at Coors Field at 3:10 p.m. MT in the makeup of a game that was postponed Thursday because of inclement weather.

5/3/2016 | Pipeline preview: Royals' Dozier, Braves' Sims highlight Minors' slate

After homering in three of his past four games, Hunter Dozier joins Atlanta's Lucas Sims as top prospects in action on Tuesday.

5/3/2016 | Gray racks up whiffs, but takes tough loss

Rockies rookie right-hander Jon Gray was all skill and no luck Monday night.

5/3/2016 | LeMahieu's attempted steal of third backfires

Heady Rockies second baseman DJ LeMahieu let his mind get in his way during the fifth inning of Monday night's 2-1 loss to the Padres at Petco Park.

5/3/2016 | Two-run first all Padres need to edge Rockies

Padres starter James Shields held down a hot Rockies offense by forcing three key double-play grounders over six solid innings to make a two-run first inning stand in a 2-1 victory at Petco Park on Monday night.