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The Rockies are Closer to Competitive Than We Thought

May 24, 2016 | 2 Comments

It is nearing the end of May, and there are still many double takes coming from baseball fans taking a glance at the National League West scorecard so far. Roughly a month and a half into the season, with just over 40 games played, the Rockies aren’t in the cellar. You can call it the [...]

Consensus Top 2016 Rockies Prospects

March 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

As Spring Training rolls along we’ll get glimpses of some Rockies top prospects, hearing unfailingly complimentary reports about who these players are and what to expect of them. The question always remains: are those close to the team the only ones who really like this player or might he [...]

40-Man Ladder – Offseason

October 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

For baseball’s losers, the offseason comes early. Such is life for the Colorado Rockies. As it turns out, 2015 was not the Rockies’ year. A few months from now, many fans may talk themselves into believing that 2016 will be different. Maybe they’ll be right, probably they won’t. Either way, [...]

Choose Your Rebuild: AL Playoff Edition

October 9, 2015 | 1 Comment

I wanted to take the time to preview the postseason here on Rockies Zingers but, considering the fact that the Rockies are not only not involved but almost pathetically far away, it didn’t seem quite right. Besides, there are plenty of places where you can read up on the strengths and [...]

Blue Jays Plus Guest Post – Rockies Trade Tulo: Jays’ Perceptive

August 4, 2015 | 2 Comments

This post is by Ewan Ross from our fellow ESPN Sweetspot Blog In collaboration with Blue Jays Plus, Ewan and I ran posts on each other’s blogs. You can find mine on their site now. Here is Ewan’s which is a great evaluation of the heartbreaking Tulo trade from a Blue [...]

Looking Numerically at the Tulowitzki Trade

July 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

By now reality has begun to set in that Troy Tulowitzki is a Toronto Blue Jay, and while it came as a complete shock in how quickly it came together without many rumors, it makes a ton of sense with an eye for the future. With Trevor Story, Cristhian Adames and Brendan Rodgers both at Shortstop in [...]