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The Rockies have a tough challenge ahead of them on the way to the All-Star Break. Although the Rox play eight games versus opponents below .500 and only two against a team that is above .500, provided no major injuries happen, the pitching rotation for the opponents’ teams does not look to be ideal for […]

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Charlie Blackmon Trade on the Horizon?

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With the trade deadline only a month away, the Colorado Rockies undoubtedly will be active and unless they begin to turn things around, it would appear they will be sellers. There are several players that are candidates to be dealt, including fan favorite Carlos Gonzalez. However, it is unlikely the Rockies make a blockbuster trade, […]

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Series Recap 6/29-7/1: This Time It Counts

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With the All-Star game approaching, we’re at that point halfway through the season where it’s a good idea to take stock of what happened. Just like every season (and for every team), there’ve been mitigating factors on the team’s chances of contending. There’ve been some injuries and quite a few more rain delays, some promising […]

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Hey Now, You’re an All-Star

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The mid-summer classic voting is getting more attention than usual thanks to Kansas City Royals fans. There’s no room for complaining when the system being pushed by baseball is being used by a passionate fan base. The most ridiculous thing about the Major League All-Star game is not the voting, it’s that home field advantage […]

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Series Recap 6/26-6/28: Another Series Gets Away

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A mix of emotions is a great way to describe the series against the San Francisco Giants.  The Rockies offense did its part, but then again we revert back to the pitching who could not stop the Giants from scoring at least 5 runs. But it can also be said that the starting pitching did […]

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State of the Zingers – Call for Writers 6/26/15

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Hey all, Richard Bergstrom here. Are you interested in writing about baseball and love the Rockies? Well, if so, then we may be interested in you! We are looking for additional writers to join our team. We tend towards lengthy posts (we average around 1500+ words per post) mixing in a fair amount of analysis […]

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Rockies Bloggers Panel 6/13/15 Recording

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Our ninth Rockies Bloggers Panel was held on 6/13/15 at El Charrito’s. Not only were some familiar faces as well as MLB.com’s Thomas Harding there, but there were some new attendees too. We hung out for awhile and munched out on some good Mexican food before kicking off the panel. On the panel itself we […]

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Isotopes Connection

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Minor league baseball is living up to major league expectations in Albuquerque. The Isotopes have fulfilled their duties to the Colorado Rockies in a big way this season. The big three standout, but bullpen turnover and rehab assignments also highlight the crossover. The big three, Brandon Barnes, Ben Paulsen and Chad Bettis all started the […]

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A Total Chad Bettis

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The twenty-six year-old Texan right-hander Chad Bettis has quickly and quietly become the Colorado Rockies best pitcher. In 49 and two-thirds innings since his call up in mid-May Bettis has been great, pitching a 3.44 ERA, in eight starts with a 3-2 record. This isn’t the first time that Bettis has been called up, in fact […]

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Rockies’ Strong 2015 Draft Sets Organizational Tone

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Since the ascension of Jeff Bridich into the general managerial role, there have been few opportunities to really gauge its implications for the team in the years to come and the larger scope of how it would change direction of the Rockies, if at all. But the draft, always an exciting event for the most […]

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