• 30-year-old kicker from Australia shining for Colorado

    BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Don’t address the 30-year-old freshman kicker from Australia as “Sir.” It makes him feel old.

  • Contending Rockies lose early lead, fall to Giants 4-3

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Carlos Gonzalez could have let the ball drop and watched Hunter Pence end the game with a hit. Instead, with the Rockies playing five infielders, Gonzalez ran down a difficult fly ball in center field and Pence had a sacrifice fly.

  • College towns feel pinch from rental sites like Airbnb

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Time was when renting an apartment in one of this college town’s funky triple-deckers or two-family homes wouldn’t cost an arm and a leg.

  • Broncos rookie Garett Bolles has bone bruise in left leg

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Garett Bolles ditched his walking boot Monday, using only crutches to get around the Denver Broncos headquarters and get treatment for a lower left leg injury that’s not as serious as first feared.

  • 3-time Olympic cyclist Sarah Hammer retires from riding

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Three-time Olympian Sarah Hammer, one of the most decorated track cyclists in U.S. history, is retiring after a prolific career spanning more than two decades.

  • Center Plumlee returning to Nuggets on 3-year, $41M deal

    DENVER (AP) — Mason Plumlee lived out of a hotel last season after being acquired in a February trade and didn’t get a chance to venture out much in Denver.

  • Siemian, Broncos crush Elliott, Cowboys 42-17

    DENVER (AP) — Aqib Talib’s 103-yard interception return for a touchdown with 53 seconds left was the final indignity for the Cowboys in the Denver Broncos’ 42-17 blowout of Dallas and its vaunted offense on Sunday.

  • Holland drops ball on Padres’ squeeze, Rockies lose 4-3

    DENVER (AP) — Rockies closer Greg Holland stretched as far as he could, getting his glove on Matt Szczur as the Padres baserunner dove across the plate.

  • Rockies rout Padres 16-0, gain ground in Wild Card race

    DENVER (AP) — Charlie Blackmon saw the Colorado Rockies’ latest win as an encouraging sign in their drive toward the postseason, and nothing more.

  • This Date In Baseball

    1918 — Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators pitched a four-hitter in 15 innings to beat the St. Louis Browns 1-0. The only hit he gave up in the first 11 innings was a triple by George Sisler.