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Sunday was a boring mess (and a Rockies’ loss). Saturday was respectable (and a win). But it was Friday that stole the show as the wildest game of the season, hands down. Arizona mounted a historic comeback before Colorado managed their own in the ninth. Which Friday night performance was most memorable? How are players responding to the new rules?…

There is simply no place in the world that can produce mind-bending baseball games quite like Coors Field. Friday night against the upstart Arizona Diamondbacks was easily the wildest game of the season. The back-and-forth contest during the second game of the June 1 doubleheader against the Miami Marlins that ended with a walk-off home run by Brendan Rodgers, his…

One day after Kyle Freeland is nominated for the Roberto Clemente Award, Major League Baseball implements new rules for 2023 and beyond. Voice of the Colorado Rockies for AT&T SportsNet, Drew Goodman, shares his thoughts on the next step in baseball’s evolution. How do players feel about these rules? Which one will be most impactful? Will gameplay evolve dramatically? Score…

Kyle Freeland loves to pitch against Milwaukee about as much as Yonathan Daza loves multi-hit games. After a loss on Labor Day, Rockies take the next two and win a series over the contending Brewers. How dramatic was Tuesday’s victory? Who made franchise history? And whose homer on Wednesday was an extreme rarity? Rockies Notebook: Estévez poised to make noise…

Rockies got roasted by the Brewers on Labor Day while fans roasted in their giveaway winter caps (and roasted the team on social media). Who homered late to keep a streak alive? How many UCLA Bruins were on the field this time? And how difficult is it deciphering quotes between The Sandlot and The Godfather? Plus, Patrick and Suzie check…

In an almost repeat performance, Germán Márquez was mighty fine once again to held Colorado stave off a sweep. At the plate, it was Michael Toglia contributing and C.J. Cron slugging. What odd symmetry do the last two Friday’s possess? How obscure are Cincinnati Reds really? And what were our favorite moments of August? Patrick and Suzie also look toward…

Remember back in April when the Colorado Rockies were 12-9 and an .078 batting average defined their young second baseman? Flash forward four months and 112 games later. The Rockies and Brendan Rodgers couldn’t have possibly flipped positions any more. Colorado has gone 44-68 and Rodgers is looking like the next star of the franchise it seems he’s been destined…...

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On Tuesday afternoon, the Colorado Rockies selected the contract of 1B/OF Michael Toglia. The 23rd overall selection in the 2019 MLB Draft, Toglia presents the arrival of the next generation of players. Ezequiel Tovar, Zac Veen, Drew Romo, Benny Montgomery and many more top picks and international talents are ready to follow suit. The 24-year-old from UCLA was taken with…

Colorado Rockies top prospects Michael Toglia joins the show to discuss this three home run game, the best smoothie chef in the Isotopes locker room and the adjustments he’s made to hit 30 dingers this season. Patrick and Suzie also look at some jersey patches the Rockies could incorporate next season when MLB allows for uniform sponsorships. Adam Ottavino opens…

Even though the St. Louis Cardinals had invested a lot into their 2006 first-round pick over six years, Adam Ottavino was unceremoniously cut loose like so many others trying to carve out a career. Thankfully, the Colorado Rockies stepped in. Ottavino was a starting pitcher at the time, taking the ball 126 times in the minors and another three with…...

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The voice of the Colorado Rockies for AT&T SportsNet, Drew Goodman, shares his thoughts on Jon Gray’s first appearance back at Coors Field since leaving for the Texas Rangers. What’s been the benefit on not having to pitch at Coors Field? Has Gray’s demeanor changed in Texas? We also discuss the special event taking place at Citi Field this weekend…

With a “balanced scheduled” set for 2023, Colorado plays all 29 teams in MLB. Who will be visiting Coors Field? Which former Rockies will be returning? And where will the Rox travel? Patrick and Suzie also recap the two-game set with the Rangers and discuss Jon Gray’s return to Denver. There’s a Mets series preview and a crazy fact about…

Sunday’s game didn’t start until the seventh where the Rockies mounted three comebacks before falling short in 11 innings. Why didn’t Bud Black go the bullpen with the bases loaded? Did we witness the most unfair error of all-time? And who sparked a pair of rally’s with two hits? Plus, we toast a few minors leaguers who are on a…

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