Jorge De La Rosa remains on his rehab schedule after throwing 72 pitches for the Sky Sox on Wednesday.
The Rockies’ left-hander, who has been sidelined since April 25 with a finger injury, threw four innings of Colorado Springs’ 6-0 loss in Reno. He gave up one run on four hits, striking out five with no walks.
De La Rosa also had a hit, one of just five in the game for the Sky Sox.
The Denver Post reported that De La Rosa’s curveball was better than his slider. And his fastball velocity was in the low 90s.
De La Rosa will travel with the Rockies to Anaheim for his side work, then start in Colorado Springs on Monday against Las Vegas.
De La Rosa figures to have a third Triple-A appearance before returning to the Rockies’ rotation.