Rockies’ pitching implodes as Giants win ninth straight over Colorado
The enormous scoreboard at Coors Field went on the fritz for a couple of minutes in the first inning Tuesday night. That was the first omen that the Rockies were going to lose their ninth consecutive game to the
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Homers from Aaron Hicks, Ryan O’Hearn not enough as Orioles fall to Brewers, 4-3, in 10 innings
The Orioles were five outs away from squeaking out a one-run win against the Milwaukee Brewers. Baltimore had overcome a nearly disastrous first inning from Kyle Gibson and got all of its offensive production from two players— Aaron Hicks and Ryan O’
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Mets lose, 6-4, despite home runs from Pete Alonso, Francisco Lindor
ATLANTA— The last time the Mets were in Atlanta, their stars went dim. After an hour and 40 minutes of a rainless rain delay to start a three-game NL East series, Francisco Lindor and Pete Alonso homered, with the latter extending his league lead to 22 on
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Pedro Grifol assesses his 1st season after passing the 60-game mark as Chicago White Sox manager: ‘I’m enjoying the climb’
All of Pedro Grifol’ s previous roles in baseball— from scouting to serving as a bench coach— have come in handy during his first season as a big-league manager with the Chicago White Sox. “Every single job,” Grifol said in the visiting manager’ s
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Yankees officially place Aaron Judge, Nestor Cortes on injured list
Slugger Aaron Judge is headed to the injured list with a contusion and sprained ligament in his right big toe, manager Aaron Boone announced after Tuesday’ s loss to the Chicago White Sox. Christopher Ahmad on Tuesday night. Judge, who received a PRP shot,
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Two Louisville properties get historic landmark designation
Louisville's City Council voted to unanimously designate two properties as historic landmarks and awarded a grant and a loan to go toward preservation and restoration of one of the
Colorado governor vetoes first-of-its-kind affordable housing bill
The “year of housing” ends with Democratic discord as governor rejects “right of first refusal” bill but signs other housing
Lucas Giolito is lifted after 6 no-hit innings — and Liam Hendriks gets his 1st save — in the Chicago White Sox’s 4th straight win
Lucas Giolito had a no-hitter through six innings. But the Chicago White Sox starter was at 100 pitches and knew it was time for the team to go to the bullpen. The Sox lost the no-hitter in the seventh but more importantly held on to beat the New York Yankees
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Colorado lawmakers criticize Polis for vetoing first-of-its-kind housing bill
Gov. Jared Polis vetoed a bill Tuesday that would've given local governments first crack at buying for-sale apartment buildings, the latest setback for frustrated housing advocates who questioned how the governor planned to address the affordability crisis
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Yankees look dazed beneath haze vs. Chicago’s Lucas Giolito
Instead, White Sox starter Lucas Giolito kept the Bombers hitless for six innings as the two teams played beneath an unhealthy haze, the result of smoke from Canadian wildfires drifting south. The Yankees picked up their first hit of the night when Isiah
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Driver runs red light on South Main Street in Longmont, causes multiple collisions
Seven cars were damaged after a teen motorist ran a red light at Main Street and Ken Pratt Boulevard in Longmont on Tuesday
Denver City Council District 10 Results: Chris Hinds takes big early lead over Shannon Hoffman
After the first vote drop, incumbent Councilmember Chris Hinds has 58.45% of the vote, compared to Shannon Hoffman's

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