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The Colorado Rockies entered the week having not yet won a game on the road and exited it with a pair of wins. The rest of the time, they continued to look overmatched and outclassed while playing away from their friendly confines. A young and inexperienced team continued to look young and inexperienced and other than a few standout individual...

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Former Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich. For some, that sentence bring jubilation at the thought of possibility for the future of the franchise. For others, it is a largely meaningless gesture that is likely to get lost in the shuffle of owner Dick Monfort continuing to meddle baseball operations, rendering the job of GM largely ceremonial. In short, how much...

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The Colorado Rockies took two of three from the Philadelphia Phillies, nearly sweeping the series if not for one very bad moment from the bullpen. They’ve now won four of their last five after sweeping the Astros and overall simply played a far more competitive brand of baseball across the eight-game home stand. The starting pitching has been good-to-great now...

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Welcome to our new series, What to Watch For. This is how you keep up with the Colorado Rockies 2021 season through a series of literal and existential questions culminating with the big one; What to watch for? This could mean, “what events on the near horizon should I be looking out for?” or “what in the world am I still watching this for?” Either way, we hope you’ll have some fun with us as we recap and prognosticate by asking: What Went Wrong? The Rockies dropped their weekend series to the New York Mets thanks to an offense that was dominated by a pair of stellar pitching performances and a bullpen coughed up runs at all the wrong times.…

When Samuel L. Jackson arrived on screen for the first time as Nick Fury in 2008’s Iron Man, letting us know that, “there was an idea,” audiences worldwide were intrigued and fascinated but could not truly have known what was yet to come. After a few more successful movies in what would become known as the MCU, the entire project...

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