Latest Update Jorge De La Rosa is expected to make his next scheduled start Thu Aug, 28, 08:57 AM
Pounds hitters inside with his fastball, and then throws them off-balance with a strong curveball. He's especially tough against left-handed hitters. Can rack up strikeouts.
Flaws: : He's prone to bouts of wildness and needs to develop greater control in order to thrive as a starter. Also needs to continue working on his stamina and avoid injuries.
De La Rosa jammed his thumb while trying to bunt but remained in the game. He did then give up a two-run homer and was immediately removed from the game. Consider him day-to-day., but it looks like you can expect him to return to the hill next week.Analyst: Howard Bender
De La Rosa exited in the 6th inning with a bruised thumb after giving up a long home run to Buster Posey. The 33-year-old veteran will be free agent at the end of the year and could be a sneaky fantasy asset if he leaves Coors.Analyst: Spencer Silva
De La Rosa fired 5 innings of two-run ball before exiting, striking out five, and walking two. It's unknown whether or not the thumb issue will preclude him from making his next scheduled start. Analyst: Spencer Silva
De La Rosa has been a Rockie for the past seven years, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise if he decides to resign with them. His overall numbers aren't eye-popping by any means, but he is still a solid left-handed starter with a decent track record.Analyst: David Kerr