Since Arenado went full-on superhero, the Rockies have been among the worst teams in baseball.
Arenado's three-run shot broke open a close game and helped the Rockies win for the fourth time in six tries.
Frustration with the Rockies’ offense is mounting, but don’t expect the lineup to look drastically different
The Rockies have scored three runs or less 14 times in August. They're batting .223 with runners in scoring position in that time.
The Rockies, who are 4-10 in their last 14 games, have limped through the last two weeks.
Arenado's rare error helps Braves beat Rockies, 4-3
"I feel comfortable," said Arenado, after delivering the walk-off hit in his team's 5-4 over the New York Mets on Wednesday. "As comfortable as you can be in those moments."
Nolan Arenado hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning and a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth that gave the Colorado Rockies a 5-4 victory over the New York Mets on Tuesday night.
Colorado's offense, which scuttled through a 20-game stretch sandwiching the All-Star break, has broken out the last four games. Starting with a 13-4 win over the Mets on Sunday, the Rockies have crossed home plate 49 times.
Arenado and Blackmon were voted into the starting lineup by fans. Neither has started an All-Star game before.
Blackmon nabbed one of the three outfield spots, while Arenado earned the nod at third base over the Cubs' Kris Bryant.
The Colorado Rockies superstar third baseman passed the Cubs' Kris Bryant in the latest voting update that was released Thursday morning.
The Colorado Rockies rolled into the midpoint of the 2017 season like a stock car that blew two tires and started spewing steam.
Nolan Arenado has been this good for a while, and the Colorado Rockies’ rise is helping his MVP buzz
Folks who write and talk about the game at the national level are finally noticing what Rockies observers have understood for a while: Arenado is a transcendent talent.
The Rockies have never been this good this early in a season — but they’re still only 2 games up in the NL West
The NL West has been far and away the toughest division is baseball a little more than one-third of the way through the season, a fact that could complicate Colorado's quest to win its first division title in franchise history or advance to the postseason at all for the first time since 2009.
The Rockies are the owners of the second-best fielding percentage (.993) in all of baseball. They've committed just five errors in 19 games.
Today in "nevermind," Colorado lawmakers backed off plans to regulate marijuana clubs for fear of inviting a federal crackdown.
He provided his usual otherworldly defense and went 2-for-3 at the plate in what was a strange game.