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When Cody Bellinger hit an outside-the-park single on Opening Day, it appeared to be one of the more improbable, quixotic plays witnessed in LoDo and was a reminder that anything can happen in any baseball game. Unfortunately for the Colorado Rockies, most of the unusual occurrences this season have been slanted toward the wrong side of history. With a win-loss…

When Samuel L. Jackson arrived on screen for the first time as Nick Fury in 2008’s Iron Man, letting us know that, “there was an idea,” audiences worldwide were intrigued and fascinated but could not truly have known what was yet to come. After a few more successful movies in what would become known as the MCU, the entire project…...

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The Colorado Rockies are not set up to win a whole lot of games in 2021. It’s baseball, and just about anything is possible, but on paper the boys in purple have one of the steepest uphill climbs in front of them if they want to shock the MLB world. As we’ve often discuss on the DNVR Rockies Podcast, though,…...

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Through a series of ill-conceived roster transactions since his appointment as general manager of Colorado Rockies in October of 2014, Jeff Bridich has been the person most responsible for the club now standing on the precipice of total disaster. It should have been a half-decade long window of contention. Instead, we have this. Bridich should get credit for having overseen…...

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