Boone Logan RP COL 2 weeks ago

Logan picked up his fourth hold of the season in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Giants.

Logan surrendered a solo homer to Matt Duffy that cut the Giants' deficit to two, but he managed to extinguish any rally by generating a strikeout and fielder's choice groundout to finish off the eighth inning. After his first season was marred by injury, Logan looks healthy and effective thus far for the Rockies, posting a 1.80 ERA and 6:1 K:BB ratio over five innings.

Boone Logan RP COL 3 weeks ago

Logan will open the season as the Rockies' primary eighth-inning setup man, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reports.

Manager Walt Weiss made the announcement Saturday, while indicating that John Axford and Adam Ottavino will also be in the mix as late-inning options in front of closer LaTroy Hawkins.

Boone Logan RP COL 2 months ago

Logan indicated that while he's still experiencing a little bit of stiffness in his elbow, he's close to 100 percent healthy heading into spring training, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.General manager Jeff Bridich suggested about a month earlier that Logan was fully healthy following September surgery to remove a bone spur, but it looks like he could be limited in a few drills in the first couple weeks of spring training. It would likely be mostly out of precautionary purposes than anything, as the Rockies certainly aren't of mind to rush Logan back to the mound after arm injuries torpedoed his first season in Denver. The lefty still has two years remaining on his lucrative three-year, $16.6 million deal, and the Rockies are hoping that with better health in 2015, he'll reemerge as a key setup man for closer LaTroy Hawkins.

Boone Logan RP COL 3 months ago

General manager Jeff Bridich indicated Logan (elbow) is completely healthy, the Denver Post reports.

Logan underwent elbow surgery in September to remove a small bone spur in his left elbow, but appears to be fully recovered. He's in the second year of a three-year deal, and will look for better results than he had in 2014, when he struggled through 35 games, posting a 6.84 ERA and 1.68 WHIP with 32 strikeouts through 25 innings.

Boone Logan RP COL 6 months ago

Logan (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list Monday.

Logan underwent a minor surgery to remove a bone spur in his left elbow in September, but had to be removed from the disabled list as the designation becomes void in the offseason. He should enter the 2015 season healthy after struggling through 25 innings with the Rockies last season, allowing 19 earned runs on 31 hits and 11 walks. His strikeout rate was encouraging, however, with 32 over the 25 inning span.

Boone Logan RP COL 7 months ago

Logan (elbow) had surgery Thursday to remove a small bone spur in his left elbow.

It was first reported that Logan wouldn't need surgery to fix his elbow, but it appears he decided to undergo a minor procedure anyway. Either way, he is out for the remainder of the season and will start working towards the beginning of next season.

Boone Logan RP COL 8 months ago

Logan will not require surgery in the offseason to correct his ailing elbow, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports.

Though Logan spent three different stints on the DL as a result of elbow concerns, team trainer Keith Dugger is confident that the lefty is simply dealing with an inflammation issue. Unlike this season, he figures to enter 2015 healthy, but he'll have a lot to prove after delivering a woeful 6.84 ERA over 25 innings, in the first year of three-year, $16.5 million pact.

Boone Logan RP COL 8 months ago

Logan (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Monday, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reports.

Logan's left elbow flamed up again last week, resulting in another stay on the DL, his fourth this season. His latest setback will indeed end his 2014 campaign, as the team moved him to the 60-day DL on Monday to create room on the 40-man for a September callup.

Boone Logan RP COL 8 months ago

Logan (left elbow inflammation) was placed on the 15-day DL on Wednesday.

Logan will head to the disabled list for the fourth time this season, and for the second time due to elbow inflammation. The three-year, $16.5 million contract the Rockies gave to Logan in December looks extremely regrettable, as the lefty has delivered an ugly 6.84 ERA and 1.68 WHIP over 25 innings this season in between his many stints on the DL.

Boone Logan RP COL 8 months ago

Logan was charged with the loss and his fourth blown lead of the season Monday vs. the Padres, allowing two runs while recording two outs in the 4-3 loss.

It's safe to say the Rockies made a profound mistake in gifting Logan a three-year, $16.5 million contract in December. When he hasn't spent time on the disabled list this season, Logan has been hit hard, giving up 28 hits (including six homers) and 15 earned runs over 23 innings.