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Colorado Rockies top prospects Michael Toglia joins the show to discuss this three home run game, the best smoothie chef in the Isotopes locker room and the adjustments he’s made to hit 30 dingers this season. Patrick and Suzie also look at some jersey patches the Rockies could incorporate next season when MLB allows for uniform sponsorships. Adam Ottavino opens…

The entire crew is joined by Rockies’ prospect Coco Montes who shares tales of the shenanigans he and his Isotopes’ teammates get into down at Triple-A Albuquerque. We also dive into how critical this trade deadline can be for the Rockies if they are stagnant. Who will leave via free agency in the next season or two? And what would even a lackluster return do to help Colorado? DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link Lack of trade deadline activity can damage the Colorado Rockies future by Patrick Lyons

The voice of the Albuquerque Isotopes, Josh Suchon, joins us with insight on the Rockies prospects knocking on the door for a big league opportunity. Which pitchers have been a commodity and what hitter has found his power stroke sans batting gloves? Also, McCovey Cove Dave discusses the deal for Charlie Blackmon’s 200th career home run along with all of the other interesting details of life outside San Francisco’s Oracle Park. Ezequiel Tovar is well ahead of schedule to make his Coors Field debut sooner than later by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Imagine a player with Garrett Hampson’s speed, Brendan Rodgers’ power and Trevor Story’s defensive ability. Then imagine those skills being a notch above what you’re expecting. Now place it all inside a 20-year-old shortstop. That’s Ezequiel Tovar. The youngest player on the Colorado Rockies’ 40-man roster has been turning heads since batting .550 (11-for-20) with three home runs and seven...

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The time for bold predictions is upon us. Kevin Henry from RoxPile and Kenneth Weber of Purple Row help break down what’s next for Kyle Freeland in 2022. Plus, it’s Opening Night in Minor League Baseball. Which prospects are ticketed for Double-A? Who’ll be left behind and who’s moving up a level? All that and conversation with Hartford Yard Goats Coco Montes and Isaac Collins. “Rodgers poised to continue breakout on both sides of the ball” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Aaron McBride and Tyler Paddor from Blake Street Banter join the podcast to discuss the excitement currently surrounding the 2022 Colorado Rockies. We break down the more underrated acquisitions from this active offseason and highlight those prospects that simply don’t get enough love in the Rockies’ farm system. “Legacy High School’s Lucas Gilbreath continues to find success with the Colorado Rockies” by Patrick Lyons “MiLB Arm Barn Preview #1” by Aaron McBridge “Rockies Swing a Kuhl Move” by Tyler Paddor DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

The delayed start of Spring Training due to the 99-day lockout means preparation time for the 162-game season has been halved.  Most around the Colorado Rockies camp aren’t overly concerned about the change in timeline, especially manager Bud Black.  “Starting pitching is, for me, the requirement for the six weeks to really feel good about the stamina – the volume...

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Spring Training may be delayed, but that hasn’t stopped Evan Lang from cranking out great content on Rockies’ great utility men like Terry Shumpert and Garrett Hampson. The scribe from Purple Row breaks down the value of minor league pitchers Nate Griep and Taylor Ahearn before jumping into another game of Taco’s Or Tears. “Terry Shumpert was the ultimate Rockies super utility man” by Evan Lang “Nate Griep deserves to finally get a shot at the majors” by Evan Lang DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

As part of the lockout enacted by Major League Baseball, transactions as well as communication have officially ceased.  This means those rumors and rumblings during the coldest months of the Hot Stove League have become null. While no one truly believes back-and-forths have been entirely nonexistent, the typical whispers to media members have become little more than a cold shoulder....

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Trevor Story came away with a qualifying offer on Sunday, but Jon Gray was not afforded the same respect much like Ryan McMahon was not selected as the NL Gold Glove Award winner. What’s the impact of these decisions and could it possibly make for a better team in 2022? Jeff Dooley, voice of the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats, has seen a lot of Rockies’ prospects come through Connecticut over the past five years. He discusses why Dunkin Donuts Park is always sold out, what to expect from Elehuris Montero when he reaches Colorado and which prospect will make the biggest surprise splash at Coors Field. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket…

The 2019 MLB Draft takes place this week, June 3-5. For three days, teams will make selections for 40 rounds, drafting over 1200 amateur players from high school and college. This year, the Rockies hold the 23rd pick after earning consecutive National League Wild Card and finishing with the ninth best record last season. Last year, Patrick Lyons and Rich Allen highlighted the Rockies’ haul in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. In a continuation of our MLB Draft series, let’s examine the 2017 edition. 2018 MLB Amateur Draft Rockies 1st Round For the first time since 2009, the Colorado Rockies gained entry into the MLB playoffs courtesy of the second National League Wild Card. Though the final result was…

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