Nolan Arenado remains good at defense, Charlie Blackmon hits a walk-off, Yency Almonte turns some heads, and the Colorado Rockies find success on an MLB diamond that no other team in baseball was able to achieve. Drew and Patrick begin their countdown of the best things to happen in Rockies World in 2020.
Todd Helton’s deer meat gets the better of Clint Barmes, Carlos Gonzalez’ reactions are too goo to avoid injury, and John Smoltz really tried to iron a shirt… while he was wearing it? Drew and Patrick take a look at some of the most bizarre injuries in Colorado Rockies and MLB history.
From Neifi Perez and Jon Vander Wal to Ian Steward and Wilin Rosario, Colorado Rockies fans share some of their favorite non-star players from over the years. Plus, thoughts on the San Diego Padres making moves.
From German Marquez and Kyle Freeland to Yency Almonte and Daniel Bard, Drew and Patrick run through the Colorado Rockies pitchers and rank them in terms of whose stock is on the rise and whose is on the decline.
Jeff Francis vs. Pedro Astacio gives us a chance to remember two fantastic Colorado Rockies pitchers who need more love. Plus, the sim game gives us a special Christmas Carroll walk-off.
Presents! Hats, jerseys, jackets, quilts and more featuring your Colorado Rockies! We share some of our own favorite and some potentially new favorite gifts to give for the hardcore purplers in your life.
When you think about the greatest players in Colorado Rockies history, you think about names like Larry Walker and Todd Helton. You think of current superstars like Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story, and Charlie Blackmon. You remember the previous era defined by Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez. Then, if you are of a certain age, you might begin to wax poetic…...
The Colorado Rockies are under pressure to trade Nolan Arenado. But could they instead trade to help Nolan Arenado? Drew and Patrick break down some specific scenarios on this Free Trade Friday.
The Mandalorian Season Two finished with a bang! A Star Wars stalwart returns, Mando and Grogu reach the emotional peak of the series, and the side characters all slide into place for a fascinating future set up.
Rumors around Nolan Arenado to the New York Mets have many ridiculous elements but the concept itself is not so out of this world. The biggest challenge the Colorado Rockies face in this regard may actually be selling it to the fans.
From Dexter Fowler and Jorge De La Rosa to Jason Giambi and Justin Morneau, Drew and Patrick take a look at the greatest players in Colorado Rockies history… who were never All Stars. Plus, a few thoughts on the newest chapter in the Nolan Arenado mess.
Albuquerque and Hartford stay and the Colorado Rockies welcome the cities of Spokane and Fresno to the affiliate family. Patrick and Drew break down what has changed, what has stayed the same, and what this means for the franchise both on and off the field.
Bill Burr steals the show in a slower, more philosophical episode of The Mandalorian. We see Mando’s face. We don’t see Baby Yoda Grogu at all. And we get another new entrant on our Character Power Rankings!
From Final Fantasy VII Remake to Animal Crossing: New Horizons to Ghosts of Tsushima, Drew, AJ, and Rudo welcome Matt Diorio from Crashing Game Night to discuss the best that video games had to offer in the year 2020. How bad have sports games gotten? What are the best games to play with and against a loved one? We’ve got…
The Colorado Rockies Rule 5 Draft netted them Jordan Sheffield, a hard-throwing righty out of the Dodgers system. It isn’t a move that is likely to grab a ton of headlines but it could be part of the club finally putting together the right strategy in the bullpen.
Marvin Freeman, Colorado Rockies record holder in single-season ERA+, joins the show to talk Coors Field, Mile High Stadium, and pitching with three Hall of Famers in Atlanta.
Who in MLB is most likely to be an alien? And how is believing in aliens like being a sports fan? Plus, Drew and Patrick muse on the real reasons for remaining a Colorado Rockies fan.
Trevor Story and Matt Holliday square off in another round of All-Time Colorado Rockies Home Run derby, then Drew and Patrick take an updated look at the organizational depth chart before celebrating the career of Dick Allen.
The winter is cold. Rockieton is dark. And your heart is broken. Why even be a Colorado Rockies fan anymore? Why bother? What’s it all for? How much longer can you keep pouring so much daily emotion into something that never seems to love you back nearly as much? Memories of October baseball featuring this cast of characters might as…...