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Nationally, Rockies season over before it starts

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February 25, 2015

Rockies fans are hoping this will finally be the year the club can turn things around and be competitive past the all star break. Grantland released a NL Spring training preview yesterday, and didn’t exactly share the same optimism.

Colorado Rockies: Y’all want a hug?

I’m serious. I spent forever trying to give Rockies fans a reason to be optimistic other than “Maybe Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez won’t get hurt this year?” but I struck out. The Rockies are going to be bad again, and unlike other similarly bad teams, they don’t have a great chance of bouncing off rock bottom and back into contention thanks to their farm system or front office.

But hey, Coors Field is lovely. I haven’t seen such a beautiful building filled with so much garbage since my last trip to the Guggenheim in Bilbao, though.


So again there you have it. Awful team on the field but hey, the stadium is awesome!!!

It’s ok Rockies fans the beers will still be cold, and flowing all season long from atop the Party Deck.

More good news:

Perhaps Jon Gray can be the secret weapon the team has been missing. Watch out NL West, the Rockies might’ve concluded their 12 year search to replace Mike Hampton’s production in the lineup every fifth day.

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