2020 Colorado Rockies


If the 60-game sprint leaves the 2020 Colorado Rockies with strained hamstrings and wicked case of plantar fasciitis, it won’t be a major shock. A disappointment, yes. A surprise, no. With an abbreviated and unpredictable season that increases favorable outcomes for even the worst teams – Baltimore and Miami could actually slip into the postseason – not a lot would…...

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On Monday, Colorado Rockies General Manager Jeff Bridich and manager Bud Black spent the entirety of a 70-minute video conference with local media discussing everything from roster construction to new rules to the obvious impact of the ongoing pandemic. 60-Man Roster Colorado submitted 52 names on Sunday for their 60-man roster. Comprised of 28 pitchers, five catchers, 13 infielders and…