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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Not starting Tuesday

McMahon is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Mariners. McMahon finds himself on the bench for the second straight contest, despite the fact the Rockies have the benefit of the designated hitter in an AL park Tuesday. Joshua Fuentes will receive the start at the hot corner.
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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Still out of lineup

McMahon isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Mariners. Even though the Rockies will be able to use a designated hitter in an AL park once again Wednesday, McMahon will remain out of the lineup for a third consecutive game. Joshua Fuentes will start at third base and bat eighth.
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Ryan McMahon flirts with cycle, powers Rockies past Padres

Ryan McMahon has star power. He proved it again Tuesday night in the Rockies’ 8-4 come-from-behind win over San Diego at Coors Field. McMahon hit 3-for-3 and drove in four runs. ” ‘Mac’ is learning, he’s getting better,” manager Bud Black said. “We’re watching him grow before our eyes.”. McMahon,...
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Ryan McMahon makes his case for the All-Star Game as the Rockies beat the Padres

DENVER — Ryan McMahon tries not to think about the possibility of playing in his first All-Star Game. But it’s hard not to, when he’s playing as well as he has been and the festivities just so happen to be in his home ballpark this year. While he does his best to avoid the topic, his family makes sure to keep him updated in their group chat. He was in seventh place in the first round of voting results that were released on Monday.
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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: On bench Wednesday

McMahon isn't in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Padres, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. McMahon nearly hit for the cycle Tuesday when he went 3-for-3 with a home run, a triple, four RBI and two runs in the win over San Diego, but he'll get a breather in the series finale. Joshua Fuentes will take over at third base and bat sixth.
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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Monster game against Padres

McMahon went 3-for-3 with a two-run home run, a triple, three RBI and two runs in Tuesday's win over the Padres. McMahon took Yu Darvish deep in the sixth inning, but he also delivered an RBI triple in the fourth and a sac fly in the bottom of the seventh. The second baseman has hit safely in six of his last seven contests and has gone yard three times over his last five games. McMahon has been a bright spot for the Rockies offensively this season, hitting .261 with 16 homers and 43 RBI thus far.
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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Launches 14th homer

McMahon went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Friday's 11-5 loss to Cincinnati. Colorado's offense had little luck against Cincinnati starter Tyler Mahle until the sixth inning. McMahon delivered the Rockies' biggest hit of the game, but it wasn't enough to flip the result. The 26-year-old infielder is slashing .254/.305/.496 with 14 homers, 37 RBI, 38 runs scored and three stolen bases through 249 plate appearances. He is likely to continue hitting near the middle of the order.
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Saunders: Rockies’ Ryan McMahon deserves All-Star Game consideration

When the all-stars shine at Coors Field on July 13, could the Rockies have a player in the starting lineup for the National League?. No way, many of you will say. After all, the Rockies have the third-worst record in the NL, are 4-22 on the road, and are on pace to finish with 98 losses. Toss in the fact that the Rockies play in the forgotten mountain time zone, and that fans tend to discount Coors Field accomplishments, and the chances appear to be slim.
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Ryan McMahon isn’t the next Nolan Arenado… he’s the next Carlos Gonzalez

The comparison game can be poison. Almost all of us do it, though. We compare our own personal and professional successes with others as a way of trying to understand our own place in the world. We do this knowing full well that each of us is an individual who must forge their own unique path. Of course, we do…
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Saunders: Rockies’ Ryan McMahon deserves All-Star Game consideration

When the all-stars shine at Coors Field on July 13, could the Rockies have a player in the starting lineup for the National League?. No way, many of you will say. After all, the Rockies have the third-worst record in the NL, are 4-22 on the road, and are on pace to finish with 98 losses. Toss in the fact that the Rockies play in the forgotten mountain time zone, and that fans tend to discount Coors Field accomplishments, and the chances appear to be slim.
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Ryan McMahon Out of Rockies Starting Lineup Friday vs. Athletics

The Colorado Rockies will be without their second baseman for a second straight game as Ryan McMahon will need at least another day to get over some minor groin tightness. https://twitter.com/d_allentuck/status/1400920149289545731. McMahon was scratched from the lineup yesterday as Colorado completed a three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers with an...
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Colorado Rockies: Injury updates on Ryan McMahon, Trevor Story, and Chris Owings

Colorado Rockies manager Bud Black spoke with the media, including Rox Pile, and he provided injury updates on three of the team’s infielders: Ryan McMahon, Trevor Story, and Chris Owings. Second baseman/third baseman Ryan McMahon was out of the starting lineup in Thursday’s series finale with the Texas Rangers due...
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Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Returns to lineup

McMahon (groin) is starting Saturday's game against the Athletics. McMahon was out of the lineup in the last two games due to a left groin strain, but he went 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter Friday. He'll start at second base and bat fifth Saturday.
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Colorado Rockies: Here’s why Ryan McMahon didn’t start on Thursday

Colorado Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon was out of the starting lineup on Thursday because of what was described as “a very minor groin strain.”. McMahon, who once again has bounced between second and third base this season for the Rockies, was out of the lineup against the Texas Rangers in the series finale between the two teams at Coors Field. In the previous two games of the series, McMahon has gone 2-for-8 with a double but also four strikeouts. He also scored the winning run in Monday’s 3-2 win over the Rangers, dashing home on a wild pitch in the 11th inning.