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The existence of Coors Field has been relatively short when compared to the lifespan of professional baseball.   While the same can certainly be said of most ballparks, the uniqueness of the grounds at 20th and Blake has made for some memorable moments in the grander sense. Following construction of Oriole Park at Camden Yards in 1992, two-thirds of MLB clubs…...

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Context is king.  This has very much flown out the window in the last few years as sound bites have joined forces with a 280 character-limit causing society to lose all ability to decipher what anything means in the greater sense.  As such, it feels like a good time to attempt to uncover it all for Brendan Rodgers and put…...

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Rooting for any of MLB’s final four teams in the postseason may not be easy, but there are storylines and players worth getting behind. Besides, the games have been fantastic. AJ Haefele of DNVR Avalanche shares his thoughts on the Houston Astros and whether or not a World Series victory this year can help rehabilitate the image of the organization…

We heard your requests and Monday Mailbag is here! Our DNVR members ask everything about the Jon Gray’s free agency, Colorado’s next two transactions, best/worst umpires and potential changes to the upcoming collective bargaining agreement. Rocktober Reflections looks back to two games on this date, a win in 2007 and a loss in 2009. Plus, a review of the first…

Repeatedly gesturing with a right-hand patting against his heart and pointing outward to all those in attendance, Trevor Story said goodbye on Wednesday in a moment unlike any witnessed in Colorado Rockies franchise history. It wasn’t made unique by the two-hour rain delay that postponed the final game of the season, nor the stadium lights shutting off momentarily in the…...

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The comparison game can be poison. Almost all of us do it, though. We compare our own personal and professional successes with others as a way of trying to understand our own place in the world. We do this knowing full well that each of us is an individual who must forge their own unique path. Of course, we do…...

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On April 5, 1993, the Colorado Rockies played a baseball game in Queens against the New York Mets at the now-gone Shea Stadium. They lost 3-0. Colorado recorded four hits, all from players who would become early faces of the young franchise: Dante Bichette had the first, Eric Young had another, and Andres Galarraga tallied two. Starting pitcher David Neid…...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman sits down with Tracy Ringolsby to talk about Colorado Rockies spring training thus far, MLB’s soon arriving rule changes, and the legacy of Carlos Gonzalez....

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DENVER – The mood was somber inside a Rockies clubhouse on Sunday still raw after a 6-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers in an elimination game at home, the first in as long as many from the Centennial State can remember. The space was filled coaches, teammates and friends descended upon by numerous members of the press who stuck around…...

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DENVER – It didn’t take long to realize on Sunday that Colorado would need to travel to Los Angeles for game 163. After two runs in the first inning against San Francisco and another seven in the third, it was clear that neither the Giants nor the Nationals would decide the fate of the National League West. While San Francisco…...

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DENVER – At some point, the act of scoreboard watching became taboo. Or, at least, admitting to the act did. But, as manager Bud Black puts it, “They put a big beautiful scoreboard right there in right field…of course I look.” The Colorado Rockies have not been shy about sharing that they have enjoyed a few recent losses for key…...

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DENVER – “We’re talking about history right now,” Carlos Gonzalez said, shifting his tone from the jovial character we are accustomed to – especially after a big RBI double in Tuesday night’s contest – to a stern and reflective one. As the crowd of reporters dissipated and the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks played in the background, I stood next…...

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