Tyler Colvin

San Francisco Giants #88 - Right Field

  • Born: 09/05/85
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 210
  • Bats/Throws: L/L

Getting to Know Ubaldo Jimenez

The Orioles jumped into the free agent market to sign Ubaldo Jimenez. Just how good is the pitcher that the team signed to one of the largest free agent contracts in their history?

O's may have concerns about Colvin's physical

The Orioles had an agreement last week with outfielder Tyler Colvin, which you may have forgotten because they never announced it. Now there might have been a problem with his physical. Oops!

O's sign OF Tyler Colvin to major-league deal

The deal is done pending a physical. Heh.

Ranking the Rockies #12: DJ LeMahieu

DJ LeMahieu surprised by jumping from AAA into the full-season starter at second base. He also might surprise you by how poorly he actually was with his bat.

Ranking the Rockies #41: Tyler Colvin

Michael Cuddyer is known as being the magician among the Rockies outfielders, but Tyler Colvin demonstrated a bigger disappearing act than even Cuddyer could comprehend.

Rock Mining Week 25: Building a better bench

The Rockies will need to find a starter to replace Todd Helton, either at first base or right field so Michael Cuddyer can move to first. However, a smaller, but no less important place where the team must get better is the bench.

Rock mining week 16

Walks continue to be important for the Rockies' wins.

Who Are Ya: David Price (Take Two Post DL)

Real baseball is back as the unofficial second half of the season gets underway tonight at the Rogers Centre. David Price goes for the Tampa Bay Rays, while Esmil Rogers starts for the Blue Jays. P...

Tulowitzki activated from DL

The Rockies got their star shortstop back on Thursday.

Cruz declines minors assignment, now a free agent

The infielder was designated for assignment on June 28 after hitting just .127/.175/.169 in 45 games with the Dodgers.

Game wrap #79: Rockies 3, Red Sox 5

Two home runs from Cuddyer was not enough.

Nats Rewind: Stephen Strasburg vs the Rockies

Stephen Strasburg gave up just one run in seven innings last night in the Washington Nationals' 2-1 win over the Colorado Rockies. Davey Johnson was impressed with the right-hander's work in what ended up being the Nats' third straight win.

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