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Gray Area After Jon

by J.J. Buck | Posted August 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

There’s dirty jobs, dangerous jobs and then there’s being the pitching coach of the Colorado Rockies. In his first season with Colorado, Steve Foster has seen very little good and plenty of bad and ugly. Despite getting almost as much television time as his pitchers thanks to his [...]

Series Recap 8/24-8/26: A Series Win!

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

The dog days of summer have been in full effect as of late with the Rockies only having won a single series in the month of August coming into this three game set vs. the Braves. The stars had aligned for the Rockies to take the series (their first in Atlanta since 2005) as the Braves came into the [...]

An Aggravating Baseball Layover

by RyanHammon | Posted August 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

If new Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes is prone to recurring nightmares, I imagine his current one goes a little something like this… “Ding,” chirps a speaker from overhead. Reyes is startled to find himself sitting in what seems to be the cabin of a stationary airplane. It’s really only the [...]
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Series Recap 8/21 – 8/23: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Runs?

by Adam Peterson | Posted August 24, 2015 | 2 Comments

New York Mets at Colorado Rockies Friday to Sunday, August 21-23, 2015 This past weekend Coors Field reverted back to its pre-humidor behaviors. In back to back games the final score was Mets 14, Rockies 9. When asked after the second game if he had any idea why the ball was flying around so much [...]

Jersey Confidence Index, Rockies edtion: Who should you buy?

by Jake Shapiro | Posted August 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Have you been to your local Rockies dugout store lately? Well if you have, or haven’t you know Rockies jerseys are extremely expensive. No doubt a baseball uniform is expensive, but worse, far too often the jersey becomes outdated before you can even get your first mustard stain on it. So [...]
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Series Recap 8/18-8/20: Playing Like a Broken Record

by Marco Mamolen | Posted August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Its beginning to sound like a a broken record, its beginning to sound like a broken record, its beginning to sound like a broken record for the Rockies (49-70) as they suffered another losing series, dropping two games to the Washington Nationals (60-60). The Colorado Rockies entered this [...]
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Science, Stats, and Saves: A Glance At Rockies Closers

by John Bristow | Posted August 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

From the perspective of science, baseball is a majestic sport. Between sipping on a nice cold beer and watching the sunset over a park full of cheering fans, the experience is always welcome. Beyond the physical experience, baseball and scientific analysis go together hand in hand. In other sports, [...]

Jenny Cavnar: Part Of The Baseball Fraternity

by Sarah Ford | Posted August 17, 2015 | 2 Comments

Jenny Cavnar’s path may not have always been in baseball, but baseball has always been in her blood. Growing up the daughter of a high school baseball coach and a lifelong fan of the game, her path took her through college football and basketball coverage, and to Michigan and California, before [...]

Series Recap 8/14-8/16: Bullpen Woes Continue

by Harrison Williams | Posted August 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Coming into this home series the Rockies looked to have a good chance to improve upon their 3-7 record in the last 10 games, as they faced only their second opponent under .500 since the blockbuster Troy Tulowitzki trade went down. Over these past 10 games, they have allowed fewer than 4 runs only [...]

Series Recap 8/10-8/13: Three of a Kind

by Marco Mamolen | Posted August 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

In a series where the Rockies faced Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, and Noah Syndergaard, things didn’t look promising. On paper, getting matched up with these 3 elite pitchers looked bad, and in reality it played out just as most expected. The Colorado Rockies (47-66) went to the Big Apple to [...]
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