Sunday, April 30, 2006


Against Florida today:

..Dohmann struck out two in 1 1/3 innings before turning the game over to Mesa...

And the ERA lowers even more!

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Unleash The Dohbermann

What a night.
Extra innings, 14 pitches - 11 strikes, 2 K's and a save on the side.

It's a beautiful thing. Congrats, Scott!!!

Here is one of a handful of recaps.

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Honey, I Shrunk The ERA

Scott threw another great inning last night, giving up no hits or runs. Could be the start of another run of scoreless innings. Check the link here for his stats ------------->

Monday, April 24, 2006


Scott threw an inning tonight against Philly.
11 pitches, 7 strikes. No hits, no runs, no walks.

Me likey.

Sunday, April 23, 2006


Our thoughts and prayers go out to Todd and his family. He is undergoing tests to find the source of his stomach pains.
More information is here.

We're hoping for the best.

Thursday, April 20, 2006


Scott made it back up to the Rox, and threw his first game last night.
A little rough in the first inning, but recovered well to finish up. It's good to see him back!

1.2 IP
3 H
2 R
2 ER
2 W
2 K

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

The Suspense Is Too Painful

Hurdle said a decision could be made today regarding relief pitcher Scott Dohmann's status. Dohmann is eligible to come off the disabled list after dealing with a viral infection. ... The most likely candidates to lose a roster spot to Dohmann are Sun-woo Kim or Ramon Ramirez. If Kim was designated for assignment, he would have to clear waivers before reporting to AAA Colorado Springs. He is out of options.

Monday, April 17, 2006


Pitching pileup: Scott Dohmann was scheduled to pitch for Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday afternoon as part of his rehab assignment in coming back from an illness that kept him off the Opening Day roster. Dohmann made three appearances for Class A Modesto and could be ready to return to the Rockies shortly.
"Dohmann 's going in the right direction," Hurdle said. "We'll pitch him an inning [Sunday] just to see how he shows up. There might be need to pitch more, there might not be. We'll just see how it goes."
Dohmann joins Byung-Hyun Kim on the rehab trail, with Kim having made his first start on Saturday with Colorado Springs, giving up one run in 3 2/3 innings.
Mike DeJean, who went on the DL with right shoulder tendinitis on Wednesday, is expected to start throwing again in the middle of the upcoming week.

Sunday, April 16, 2006


Thanks to Mark over at Bad Altitude for the added support:

".....Lots of thoughts on this one, which I attended in person. First of all, let's hurry up and get Mike DeJean and Scott Dohmann back healthy. Tom Martin and Sunny Kim are not good for much besides turning blowouts into cheap save opportunities for Brian Fuentes. Fuentes, Ray King, and Jose Mesa have looked very impressive so far this season. It would be a shame to ruin their effectiveness through overwork....."

Sunday, April 09, 2006


Scott threw 2 innings today for the Modesto Nuts in his journey to recovery.
He walked 1, struck out 2 and surrendered no runs.

Things look pretty good, Scott should be back with the team by next week.

Friday, April 07, 2006


This is from

Right-handed reliever Scott Dohmann, recovering from a viral infection, retired five batters on 21 pitches in a camp game in Tucson, Ariz., on Thursday. He will pitch an inning on Sunday, most likely as the starter, for Class A Modesto at Stockton to begin his injury rehab assignment. The Rockies want him to be able to pitch more than one inning and on consecutive days before evaluating his return.