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…...
Tony Wolters also got non-tendered this week. The Colorado Rockies will be without a lynchpin of their clubhouse moving forward. Drew and Patrick remember Wolters’ time in Colorado and speculate about what could be next for him and for the club behind the dish.
Boba Fett debuts to challenge Ahsoka Tano, Baby Yoda (Grogu) and The Mandalorian for top honors on our Character Power Rankings. Moff Gideon also makes a triumphant return. Just how good has this season been? Plus, heavy competition for play of the game.
Among Us, Fall Guys, and Hades have us thinking about The Untitled Goose Game, Journey, The Banner Saga, and older games like Perfect Dark and even Chrono Trigger. We celebrate some of our favorite underrated and overlooked games of the recent past and of all time.
The Colorado Rockies non-tendered David Dahl, Tony Wolters, and Chi Chi Gonzalez unleashing a firestorm about Dahl. Who should be held most responsible for this disaster? How bad is it? And where do they, and you, go from here?
Through a series of ill-conceived roster transactions since his appointment as general manager of Colorado Rockies in October of 2014, Jeff Bridich has been the person most responsible for the club now standing on the precipice of total disaster. It should have been a half-decade long window of contention. Instead, we have this. Bridich should get credit for having overseen…...
After Nolan Arenado and Larry Walker compete in a digital home run derby competition, Drew and Patrick parse the words of one Chris Russo who seems to represent a national media base that still has a lot to learn about the Colorado Rockies… but is finally evolving.
Grand Junction and Colorado Springs keep baseball! And maybe Colorado adds one more team? Minor and independent baseball are in for a shakeup. Plus, we take a look at Rockies non-tender candidates.