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With billions of dollars in revenue lost by Major League Baseball and a collective bargaining agreement set to expire following 2021, sweeping changes throughout the sport loom large over the next 12 months. Somewhat coincidentally and entirely unfortunate, MLB is preparing to make grand changes to the landscape of Minor League Baseball, taking over the operation of the minors in…

DNVR Rockies beat reporters Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons battle for supremacy discussing various hot topics pertaining to the inhabitants of 2001 Blake Street as well all the scuttlebutt in and around the game of baseball. After a strange 60-game regular season and even weirder 16-team playoff format set in  neutral site locations, Major League Baseball did the improbable and…

Welcome to our offseason series, Rox or Roll, where we take an overview of each Colorado Rockies player to determine their value and outlook moving forward. Does this player continue to represent the Rox? Or is his time with Colorado on the downswing and he should roll on up out of here? When examining pitching personnel questions, one must start…...

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Following consecutive losing seasons with a core that has gone stagnant after postseasons in 2017-18, the Colorado Rockies are at a definite crossroads when it comes to their roster. Between signing Daniel Murphy as the only significant free agent acquisition during the last two offseasons – then witnessing DJ LeMahieu flourish for another team on an identical contract – and…

It was the same sad story for the Colorado Rockies during a 5-2 loss to San Fransisco on Tuesday night. Very good starting pitching. Offensive struggles. Bullpen blunders. Kyle Freeland would not get the decision following his ninth quality start in twelve attempts, nor would his counterpart Drew Smyly. Instead, the loss would go to the bullpen which were without…...

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