Patrick Lyons chats with South Park Whooping Cranes manager Kristen Genter about evolving gender dynamics in the game of baseball.
Nolan Arenado has reportedly been traded to the St. Louis Cardinals. Drew and Patrick respond with immediate reactions to one of the worst moments in franchise history.
Nolan Arenado rumors are running rampant again. Must the Colorado Rockies trade him? Should they? Will he take that opt out anyway? Drew and Makayla answer your questions.
Drew Goodman joins the show to discuss and celebrate the deep and rich history of baseball in Colorado before the Rockies arrived in 1993.
From Barry Bonds to Bobby Abreu. With Hall of Fame announcements on the horizon, Drew and Patrick reveal who they would vote for if they had the chance at this ballot.
Drew and Patrick say goodbye to a legend. Hank Aaron truly belongs on the short list of people who could claim to be the greatest player in the history of baseball.
Drew Goodman joins us to chat Todd Helton, Larry Walker, Nolan Arenado and the MLB Hall of Fame. What truly makes a Hall of Famer? And are there more borderline Colorado Rockies than we tend to think?
Andres Galarraga and a few other former Colorado Rockies deserve much more attention from Hall of Fame voters. Drew and Patrick make the case for him along with the likes of Fred McGriff and Carlos Delgado.
From Nolan Arenado to Albert Pujols, we celebrate the best current players in MLB and the Colorado Rockies. Makayla Perkins joins Drew and Patrick to draft current players who will end up in the Hall of Fame.
The Colorado Rockies offense is considered to be among the worst in baseball but will it really play out that way? Drew and Patrick take a look at the imbalance, and where potential reinforcements could come from.
The Colorado Rockies are just terrible. You’ve heard it. You’ve read it. In fact, you probably came to that conclusion long before you had to hear it or read it. For the last 222 games of competition, they’ve been one of the worst teams in all of Major League Baseball. On top of that, they haven’t signed any key free…
Cormac Battle, local Colorado wrestler, join Drew and Patrick to cut some promos on the Colorado Rockies and MLB, share his experiences in the local scene, and compare pro wrestlers to ballplayers.
Reviewing Mandalorian Season Two and the future of Star Wars with podcaster Trey Mitchell and authors Christian Corah and Will Custer. Plus, which Denver athletes are which Star Wars characters?
After paying tribute to Tommy Lasorda, Drew and Patrick remember a few more forgotten pitchers in Colorado Rockies history by taking a look at the careers of Armando Reynoso and Jhoulys Chacin. Complete with sim!
Drew and AJ review the PS5 now that Drew has some hands-on experience with it. Plus, some thoughts outside the consensus on the botched launch of Cyberpunk 2077 and the future of CD Projekt Red.
Drew, Patrick, and AJ resume their debate on the Colorado Rockies current state, their culture, and the meaning of the word culture. Are they deceiving themselves or is the consensus once again missing something with this team?
The MLB stove is heating up. DJ LeMahieu rumors are frustrating Rockies fans and the New York Mets are making a splash, acquiring Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco from Cleveland. AJ Haefele joins Drew and Patrick to break it all down and begin a debate about where the Colorado Rockies are right now.
Trevor Story looks like a lot of celebrities. Just wait to you see who Kyle Freeland and Daniel Murphy get comp’d to. Drew and Patrick welcome on Eric Wedum (D-Line Co) to judge just how close some of these ballplayers are in looks to celebrities.
Colorado Rockies reliever Scott Oberg is on the comeback trail after successful surgery. Drew and Patrick break down what he means to the team on and off the field then go through a list of the All-Time Rockie Killers.
The Denver Broncos are showing across town how a team can shuffle up its front office without having to make any tough decisions they don’t want to but it comes on a day when the departure of pitching coach Steve Merriman spells another bit of terrible news for the Colorado Rockies analytics department.