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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. Baseball is back and with Opening Day scheduled for July 23, all 30 teams are gathered at their home park to participate in Spring Training 2.0…

According to a report from Kyle Newman of the Denver Post, three members of the Colorado Rockies have tested positive for COVID-19: Lefty-reliever Phillip Diehl, prospect pitcher Ryan Castellani, and All-Star outfielder Charlie Blackmon. An undisclosed number of players have been working out at Coors Field for the last month and Newman reports that the rest of those in attendance…

They say that you are only as strong as your weakest link. Time to find out if that is true. In the first two parts of this series, we named the all-time starting rotation and lineup. But many of you have noted that this leaves out quite a few phenomenal faces of the franchise. As we all know, though, baseball…...

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During the 2018-19 offseason, it seemed the only addition the Colorado Rockies made was Daniel Murphy at the cost of $24MM.  A more thorough examination suggests financial investments in the organization through new technology such as devices created by Rapsodo, in addition to a slew of renovations to Coors Field were set in motion when the team and the Metropolitan…...

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DENVER – In order for a resurgent rebound in 2020, the Colorado Rockies should – under no circumstances – rely solely upon internal improvement. While they must be aggressive in the offseason, searching the world over for anyone and everyone who might be able to help them fill out the roster in a way that doesn’t let down the talent…...

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DENVER – The last time the Milwaukee Brewers suited up for a game at Coors Field, they popped bottles in celebration of a three-game sweep after Game Three of the National League Division Series last October. Nearly twelve months later, looking to do the same with the fate of the NL Central hanging in the balance, the Rockies delivered a…...

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DENVER – There is a baseball field at 20th and Blake where the air is thin and the outfield is vast. When things started to get a little bit crazy in the late 90s and into the new millennium, they employed a humidor to try to make it more like baseball in other places. It’s still a park that…...

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