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A tale of two Winter Meetings experiences should have Colorado Rockies fans feeling confident about their team’s outlook for 2018. While the Rockies were busy building a dominant bullpen, committing upward of $50 million on Bryan Shaw and Jake McGee in addition to producing what Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports called a ‘nice’ offer to Greg Holland, their National League...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Jake Shapiro and Drew Creasman discuss Colorado missing out on Pat Neshek what they may do with Wade Davis and Greg Holland and circle back on Chris Iannetta. They run over Tyler Chatwood Jay Bruce Carlos Santana and the mess that is the Miami Marlins. And finally they talk hall of fame with a ton of stuff...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Jake Shapiro looks at the Colorado Rockies signing of catcher Chris Iannetta and what it means. He also talks about Tyler Chatwood’s career as a Rockie and how the Cubs made a solid move. Finally Shap takes a look around baseball with two huge moves made by two big market teams....

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We at BSN Denver are running a series where we rank how valuable each of the Colorado Rockies’ 51 players was to the team in 2015. Value was calculated by statistics, viewing, and how memorable each player’s contributions were. The rankings will be from last to first, you may view the full rankings (here) Player: Nick Hundley Stats: 103 G, 389 PA, .3o1 AVG,...

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Tyler Chatwood has been a huge bright spot for the Rockies. Another clunker, another disappointment. The Colorado Rockies lost 1-0 as Zach Grienke dominated them with Troy Tulowitzki sitting on the bench for reasons no one will ever know. With two games under his belt after missing nearly a month with a broken rib, Tulowitzki was relegated to the bench,...

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There is no way to sugar coat it. The 2011 Colorado Rockies season was one to forget. A team that was destined to win their first-ever National League West title fell on their faces. They came out of the gate winning 11-out of-13, then proceeded to win just 62 of their next 149 games.Injuries were a huge part of the...

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The Colorado Rockies are quietly rebuilding their roster in Dallas at the annual baseball winter meetings.With all of the hype around what the newly-named Miami Marlins are doing, particularly signing Jose Reyes to an absurd amount of money and trying to lure Albert Pujols with an even more absurd amount of money, the Rockies have seemed quiet. However, the club...

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On Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Rockies completed a trade sending catcher Chris Iannetta to the Los Angeles Angeles in exchange for starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood.The move coincides with the Rockies nearing a deal with free agent catcher Ramon Hernandez. The deal with the former Red is reportedly a two-year deal worth just over $6 million.The move brings a power arm...

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This is getting ridiculous. On Thursday afternoon in Cincinnati, the Colorado Rockies lost another winnable game, 2-1 to the Reds. It was a typical get-away game for the Rockies, who haven’t won the final game of a series in nearly six weeks. It was strikingly similar, but yet, it had it’s own flavor as well. If the Rockies are still...

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Suddenly Chris Iannetta is quieting his doubters.On Saturday night, Iannetta led the Colorado Rockies to a 15-7 victory over the Washington Nationals at Coors Field. Iannetta went 4-for-5, including launching his 12th home run of the season.The catcher is possibly the most polarizing figure in the history of the Colorado Rockies. He was once a top prospect who had perennial...

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Ervin Santana threw a no-hitter on Wednesday, and it wasn’t the most surprising news of the day.More surprising was the dominance of Aaron Cook on the mound. Cook went seven strong innings, giving up just six hits. He struck out two and walked two. Obviously that statement is made in jest, but the point is the same, Cook throwing seven...

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It started off too well. The Colorado Rockies won the first two games after the All-Star break and gave their fans hope.After playing two solid games against the Brewers, then going up 3-0 on Saturday against Zach Grienke, the Rockies had their fans thinking about a four-game sweep.That is when reality set in. That is when the true colors of...

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Chris Iannetta.Just mention the name to Colorado Rockies fans and their are no weak opinions. People either love him or hate him. There is no in between.On Saturday night, he gained a few more fans. After home plate umpire Cory Blaser botched a terrible call at the plate, Iannetta did what his critics have been asking him to do for...

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If the Colorado Rockies want to play in meaningful games in September, they are going to have to play like they did on Thursday night far more frequently.Going into the 2011 season, most expected far more games like this. Twenty hits from an offense that has depth and talent, and a pitching performance that featured a guy actually pitching, rather...

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