Jorge De La Rosa has been scratched from his Wednesday start with right Achilles tendinitis. Christian Bergman will start instead.
Hardball Talk "Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, who missed the first two weeks of the season with a groin injury, will make his 2015 debut tonight against the Padres." April 20
Denver Post "Jorge De La Rosa, the Rockies' No. 1 pitcher, is not likely to be ready for the start of the season. "Other than playing catch right now, he's pretty much shut down," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said Tuesday. Asked if De La Rosa will start the season on the disabled list, Weiss said: "It's..." March 24
Pending league approval, #Rockies & LHP Jorge De La Rosa have agreed to a 2-year extension through 2016.
Denver Post "Jorge De La Rosa looked at his thumb and shook his head. It hurts. It has since June 17 when he violently spun a curveball in Toronto then had the bat ricochet off it while bunting. The pain has traveled with him through two countries eight states and 16 games. "It's bad. But I can work through..." September 05
Denver Post "Dante Bichette sat on the bench in the visiting dugout watching video of Carlos Gonzalez. Bichette dissected the swing, the power, the torque. CarGo, he explained, can do things others can't because of his athleticism. "He's special," said Bichette, in first year as the boss of the offense...." July 11
Rockies hopeful that De La Rosa can make start despite finger injury
Denver Post "Catcher Yorvit Torrealba paid Jorge De La Rosa quite a compliment Tuesday afternoon after the Rockies squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Astros. "Jorge was money," Torrealba said. Torrealba wasn't talking about the left-hander's $11 million salary. He was raving about De La Rosa's ability..." May 29
Denver Post "Last September, when he returned to a big-league mound 16 months after having Tommy John surgery, Jorge De La Rosa thought he was ready. Hadn't he sweated out the lonely hours of rehab and rebuilt strength in his shoulder? Hadn't he packed his swollen elbow in ice a gazillion times? Hadn't he..." May 26
Denver Post "It was nearly two years ago when Jorge De La Rosa's career flashed before his eyes. It was May 24, 2011, at Coors Field in the first game of a doubleheader against the Arizona Diamondbacks when he blew out his left elbow. He underwent Tommy John surgery 10 days later. Sunday, on a sparkling..." May 13
Denver Post "Lightning flashed and thunder rolled at Coors Field on Tuesday night, but it was Carlos Gonzalez's two-run homer in the sixth inning that shocked the visiting Yankees and their Rocky Mountain faithful. The Rockies' left fielder worked a 3-2 count off Yankees starter Hiroki Kuroda before ripping..." May 08
Denver Post "There were whispers in mid-March that Jorge De La Rosa might begin the season in extended spring training. There were concerns about his body language, his lack of composure. The Rockies talked to him about controlling his emotions, about focusing on contributing. When a team has a payroll in..." April 10
Denver Post "When it comes to veteran left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, the Rockies can never be too careful. The club scratched De La Rosa from his scheduled Cactus League start against the Padres on Saturday night because of tightness in his left forearm. However, trainer Keith Dugger said the move was..." March 24
Purple Row "It is no secret that the Rockies season will be determined in large part by the starting rotation, specifically Jorge De La Rosa. In 2009, De La Rosa won 16 games and was a catalyst in the Rockies playoff push that year. From June 5, 2009 to April 25,2010, De La Rosa went 19-4. The Rockies need a..." February 27
Denver Post "Jorge De La Rosa was in no mood to talk when he first entered the clubhouse Tuesday, firing his warmup jacket into his locker. This was not the spring debut he wanted. Admittedly anxious, De La Rosa struggled with his fastball command against the Cubs at HoHoKam Park, missing high and away on..." February 27
Denver Post "Jorge De La Rosa wears a 4-inch zipper on his left elbow. The scar is a daily reminder of the reconstructive, career-salvaging surgery he underwent in early June 2011. Twenty months later, De La Rosa says the elbow is completely healed. "Perfect, no pain" is how he phrased it. What remains to be..." February 12