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13-11

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Team USA's Nolan Arenado has struck out in seven consecutive WBC at bats going back to the second round, including all six of his at-bats in Los Angeles for the semifinals and finals. The last time he did not strike out, he grounded into a double play.

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Arenado: WBC 'way better' than being in Scottsdale (1:31)
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Black: Nobody's Going To Feel Sorry For You

Rockies manager Bud Black talks to Buster Olney about the series of tough breaks Colorado has endured this spring, Nolan Arenado's energy, Jon Gray's confidence and much more.

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BBTN: Indians' Hangover, Nolan Ryan, Bud Black

A conversation with Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan follows Buster Olney's chat with Jayson Stark about the hangover effect for playoff teams, Giancarlo Stanton's mindset and much more. Plus, Rockies manager Bud Black on his team's tough luck.

ESPN Staff  

The Rockies saluted Pi Day on Tuesday with players' jersey numbers displaying the first 30 digits of pi. If it seems too perfect, your suspicion is correct: six of the numbers (3, 4, 7, 33, 89 and 93) are not claimed on Colorado's roster. (Courtesy: Colorado Rockies/Twitter)

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Rockies' Murphy has fracture, out 4-6 weeks

Rockies catcher Tom Murphy suffered a hairline fracture after his right forearm hit the bat of Anthony Rizzo. He is expected to miss four to six weeks.

Jim Bowden ESPN Baseball Analyst 

Jeff Bridich GM of the Rockies just told me that Ian Desmond will probably be out approximately 6 weeks because of the broken hand

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Arenado smacks 3-run homer (0:30)

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Fractured hand on hit by pitch today for Rockies' Ian Desmond obviously a big deal. Probably misses at least April. Always worry about lingering effects on power, too. Goes from borderline top-10 outfielder to outside top-20 outfielders quickly. We await word this week on surgery, too. Could get worse.

AP Photo/Matt Slocum
12d

Rockies' Bettis has setback in cancer battle

Colorado Rockies right-hander Chad Bettis is taking a break from baseball to undergo chemotherapy after discovering that his testicular cancer has spread.

AP Photo/David Zalubowski
14dJeff Sullivan, Special to ESPN.com

Colorado can exceed expectations in 2017

With a stacked lineup, improved bullpen and deeper rotation than usual, this could be the year the Rockies get back into the playoff hunt.

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Will Ian Desmond's power and speed continue in Colorado? (0:47)
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17d

BBTN: Radom's Uniform Countdown, Logo Quiz

Uni/Logo expert Todd Radom unveils his 30th ranked logo in modern MLB history and conducts the latest chapter in the weekly uniform & logo trivia contest.

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18dBradford Doolittle

MLB injury survival guide: Tyler Chatwood

What are the Rockies' options if Chatwood's back or elbow issues resurface this season? Veterans like Chris Rusin or Jordan Lyles would have to step up.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.9127th
Quality Starts7812th
WHIP1.4529th
BAA.27428th
Runs8452nd
Batting Average.2752nd
On Base Percentage.3363rd
Slugging Percentage.4572nd

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