Christian Friedrich

Colorado Rockies #53 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 07/08/87
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: R/L

David Dahl is back and Friedrich K's 9

Early observations of the Rockies minor leaguers after two games into the season.

Chatwood injures leg while running the bases

The Rockies were dealt another blow to their rotation on Friday, though the seriousness won't be known until Saturday at the earliest.

Rockies vs. Giants GameThread

Fresh off of being optioned to minor-league camp, Christian Friedrich gets a spot start and draws as tough of a matchup as you'll get in spring training.

Rockies vs. D-Backs GameThread

Okay, now this meaningless losing streak is spiraling out of control. Good thing the Rockies are fielding one of their best possible lineups to stop it.

Rockies vs. D-Backs preview: Friedrich returns

Friedrich will make his first start of any sort in almost 11 months when the Rockies take on the D-Backs at Salt River Fields tonight.

Rockies interested in Santana again?

It appears Jhoulys Chacin's injury forced the Rockies to kick the tires on Santana for the second time this offseason.

Ranking the Rockies #37: Jeff Manship

While his production left much to be desired, the moniker madness that ensued will live on in Purple Row lore for years to come.

Rockies Prospects: GJ Rockies photo gallery

Picture gallery of the Grand Junction Rockies. Rosell Herrera is named the SAL MVP, along with news and notes from around the Rockies minor leagues.

Saturday Rockpile: Rockies, league struggle to hit

Altitude, Coors Field and three offensive All-Stars aren't enough for the Rockies to counteract the downward spiral of offense across all of baseball.

Saturday Rockpile: On Jon Garland

On the day he makes his Rockies debut, some thoughts about the team's new No. 5 starter.

Gamethread: Chacin and Friedrich vs Texas & Giants

The Rockies play a split squad game today in Spring Training action.

Thursday Rockpile: EY2's likely for 2013 roster

A Thursday roundup reveals that the Rockies have it better than four other MLB teams when it comes to 2013 playoff chances, that leaves what? 25 more? Easy. Also, Eric Young Jr.'s 2013 outlook is a lot brighter after a solid 2012.

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