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Rockies Trade Tulo, Break My Heart

by Jake Shapiro | Posted July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Today is the end. Troy Tulowitzki, my favorite player, on my favorite team was traded. I can hardly, type a full sentence without one of the two following emotions setting in, rage, or despair. Today the Rockies broke my heart. For many Rockies fans, the sweep in the World Series in 2007 or [...]

40-Man Ladder – Trade Deadline Edition

by RyanHammon | Posted July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

The much ballyhooed Trade Deadline is nigh. Between now and July 31st, most of the baseball world will be consumed with talk of players changing uniforms. Rightly or wrongly – and mostly the later – teams will be anointed by baseball’s commentators as either buyers or sellers. Right or [...]

Move on from Cargo?

by Harrison Williams | Posted July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

It has been a great run for Carlos Gonzalez during his 7 years at mile high, but now seems to be the most opportune time for the Rockies to trade him to jumpstart the rebuild. Cargo is in the midst of a nice comeback year which might warrant a return worthy of trading him, but his subpar 2014 along [...]

Series Recap 7/24-7/26: Outrunning the Redlegs

by Nick Tremaroli | Posted July 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Coming into this series against the Cincinnati Reds, there wasn’t much for Rockies fans to be excited about. The team had just lost a heartbreaking series to the Rangers in the 9th inning of game three no less. It was extremely frustrating to watch and you’d forgive us if we [...]

Free Kyle Parker?

by Marco Mamolen | Posted July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

For months the hashtag “Free Kyle Parker” has been circling around the twittersphere, mostly as a long standing joke. With the trade deadline nearing and Wilin Rosario most likely on the move, the Rockies will need a right handed first baseman to replace the Baby Bull. The most [...]
Colorado Rockies' Ben Paulsen celebrates after his walk off single brought in the winning run on a pitch from Texas Rangers' Tanner Scheppers in the ninth inning of a baseball game, Monday, July 20, 2015, in Denver. Colorado won 8-7. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Series Recap 7/20-7/22: A Missed Shot At Redemption

by John Bristow | Posted July 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

It goes without saying that this last series with the Texas Rangers was disappointing from all angles; even the only win of the series looked more like a train wreck than a baseball masterpiece. If it could go wrong, it went wrong. There are a few good overall themes to the three game series. For [...]

Wake ‘McBride’ When September Comes

by J.J. Buck | Posted July 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Matt McBride has played professional baseball since 2006. He’s recorded over 3,100 at-bats at the minor league level with an overall slash line of .301/.353/.500. The 30 year-old has only appeared in 52 career major league baseball games, 31 in 2012 and 21 in 2014, all with the Colorado [...]

Rockies Second Half Fantasy Watch

by Jake Shapiro | Posted July 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

This one is for all you fantasy baseball lovers out there and/or anybody who is just interested in who I think will do what in the second half. First I’ll evaluate who I think are guys to get your hands on, second I’ll look at guys you may want to sell high on. It doesn’t matter [...]

Series Recap 7/17-7/19: Back to Normal

by Nick Tremaroli | Posted July 19, 2015 | 1 Comment

After a surprising four-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves heading into the 4 day All Star Break, the Rockies had a bit of hope for the second half. Maybe this was the jolt this struggling team needed! Rockies fans had little to cheer for in the All Star Game itself. DJ LeMahieu, who was named a [...]
Story has his eyes on the prize: a consistent season (Photo by Rich Crimi)

Zach Wilson: Now and Later

by J.J. Buck | Posted July 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Colorado Rockies enjoyed a nice weekend heading into the All-Star break. They picked off four wins over the Atlanta Braves but still are 11 games back of the division leading Los Angeles Dodgers and 8.5 games back of the final National League wild card spot. The Major League baseball [...]
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