Jordan Lyles

Colorado Rockies #24 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 10/19/90
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2014 Rockies 15 15 6 1 0 0 0 85.1 79 41 38 8 32 62 4.01 1.30

Jesse Hahn kicks off home series against Rockies

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Our Padres went 3-2 in their road trip, led by some dominating pitching performances. Jesse Hahn looks to continue that trend tonight when the team returns home to Petco Park for a quick three-game...

Cubs vs. Rockies Preview, Wednesday 8/6, 7:40 CT

It's Javier Baez's second big-league game. How will he top the first?

Wednesday Rockpile: We can't have nice things

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Brett Anderson had been pitching extremely well for the Rockies since coming off the DL. Since this is 2014, that had to end in depressing fashion for the Rockies.

Wednesday Rockpile: Tulo to DL, all is not well

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The Rockies have lost 25 of their past 31 games and have just placed arguably the most valuable player in baseball this season on the DL. Also, they face Stephen Strasbourg today.

Thursday Rockpile: Pitchers on the road back

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Jordan Lyles and Eddie Butler are working back toward health and look to bolster a struggling Rockies rotation.

Bergman to start for Rockies on Monday

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Bergman has been Colorado Springs' most consistent pitcher this season, and now the Rockies will see what he can do in the majors.

SD 1, COL 3: One Is The Loneliest Number

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The Padres trended another low-scoring loss, displaying patterns that we wish didn't exist.

A few thoughts on Dexter Fowler's defense

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How has Houston's center fielder done defensively this season?

Tuesday Rockpile: Winkler, Lyles, Tulo & Arenado

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Daniel Winkler is doing his best to stand out in a crowded Tulsa rotation. Plus, lots of notes on the recent success of Jordan Lyles, Troy Tulowitzki and Nolan Arenado.

Snake Bytes: 5/1 Walking Off April

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The Diamondbacks closed out April with a dramatic come from behind win capped off by a walk-off home run from Miguel Montero

Dee Gordon's ground ball double

This play has to really be seen to be believed. Dodgers second baseman Dee Gordon grounded a ball to the left of second baseman DJ LeMahieu, and somehow turned it into a double.

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