GJ Rockies

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Back to his roots

By Patti Arnold

Dan O’Dowd sat in the stands at Suplizio Field last week and talked baseball. And he listened. “This is probably one of the best environments we have,” O’Dowd said of Suplizio Field. “We’re blessed to have ...

Catching Up

By Patti Arnold

Editor’s note: Each week this summer, The Daily Sentinel will catch up with some of the 2012 Grand Junction Rockies who have moved up the organizational ladder, updating how their seasons are going. To check on your favorite former GJ ...

GJ Rockies have 16 hits in easy win

By Staff

Baseball is made up of three phases — the Grand Junction Rockies handled two of them pretty well in their 16-7 win over Idaho Falls on Friday. Idaho Falls had some major struggles on the mound and in the field, giving up 16 hits to the ...


Nine-run seventh inning lifts GJ Rockies past Idaho Falls

By Staff

Grand Junction erupted for nine runs in the seventh inning as the Rockies broke a 2-2 tie and opened a four-game road series at Idaho Falls with a 12-2 victory Thursday night. Grand Junction (10-5) tied the game 1-1 in the top of the third ...


Comeback denied

By Patti Arnold

They had four comebacks in them, but not five. The Grand Junction Rockies rallied from deficits time and time again Wednesday, finally tying the game in the bottom of the eighth inning. Ogden, though, came up with the clutch hit in the top ...


GJ Rockies rip the Raptors

By Patti Arnold

The more the Grand Junction Rockies can push the pace of a game, the more they like it. Tuesday night, the Rockies pushed it from the get-go, taking extra bases, executing the hit-and-run and not really slowing down even when they hit the ...


Clubhouse of fighters

By Patti Arnold

Anthony Sanders is starting to see what Tony Diaz saw all last summer. The Grand Junction Rockies aren’t going to win every game, but they’re not going to go quietly, either. Despite falling behind 6-1 after two innings Monday ...


Group effort

By Patti Arnold

Zach Jemiola wasn’t feeling great before Sunday’s baseball game. That’s when he knew it could be a special day. “When I came on the field and started stretching out and playing catch I said, ‘Man, I’m kind ...


Out of sync

By Patti Arnold

Baseball coaches will tell you, you’re only as good as your pitching. Saturday night was not a good night for the Grand Junction Rockies. Starting pitcher Peter Tago, the Rockies’ 2010 first-round draft pick who has yet to find a ...


Something to prove

By Patti Arnold

If you look closely, you can almost see it. That chip on Devin Burke’s right shoulder. Ask the Grand Junction Rockies’ coaches and Burke himself, and they’ll all say the same thing: This kid’s got something to ...

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