The Colorado Rockies' first full-squad workout was missing a key arm.
Despite another last-place finish, the Colorado Rockies liked what manager Walt Weiss did with a banged-up team in his rookie season as manager and rewarded him with a three-year contract on Tuesday.
The Rockies extended a surprise offer to Walt Weiss to take over their 98-loss team in October, and then lavished him with just a one-year contract. This goes right into the Rockies' overstuffed file marked "Weird."
Jonathan Lucroy hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 5-4 victory over Colorado on Monday, ruining the first game for new Rockies manager Walt Weiss.
Dick Monfort entered the room inside Coors Field to a sound he hasn't heard in quite some time -- applause.
Walt Weiss has been hired to replace Jim Tracy as manager of the Colorado Rockies.