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Nathaniel Sunshine from RoxPile has a brain that operates differently than most and he shares details of some of his most interesting articles to date. What’s been the impact of the Bridich Barrier? Do the Denver Bears still exist? Should Coors Field adopt a retractable roof? And how would relegation and promotion work in MLB? “Five years later, has the…

Before Kyle Freeland, there was Mark Knudson. One of the first to suit up in the purple pinstripes, Knudson shares stories of playing at Mile High Stadium as both a minor leaguer with the Denver Zephyrs and with the Colorado Rockies in 1993. “41’s Inside Pitch: Catching on – the toughest position in all of sports” by Mark Knudson “Mark Knudson’s 3 Strikes: Ownership issues could cost the Broncos in 2022… and networks could fill baseball void with college games” by Mark Knudson DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

A group of Greeley’s finest baseball representatives got together in one room to raise money for youth sports on Saturday and instill some wisdom to the next generation of athletes. Friends of Baseball, a group that has gathered for over 30 years, packed several days worth of activities into one weekend in northern Colorado: a fundraiser breakfast with guest speakers,...

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Unexpected visits to your hotel room, temperatures below -40 degrees and errors involving Yankees’ icon Bucky Dent are all apart of being a broadcaster in baseball. The triumvirate of Drew Goodman (AT&T SportsNet), Mike Rice (KOA Radio) and Kyle Kercheval (Royals’ High-A, formerly of the Grand Junction Rockies) offer their best stories of being in the business of sports. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Babe Ruth, Satchel Paige and new Hall of Famer Bud Fowler all had a hand in providing the state of Colorado with a rich baseball history. The man who literally wrote the book on it, “Baseball in Denver,” joins us to talk about a few more forgotten legends. We even get into his semi-pro ball club, the Denver Browns. While the Denver Bears/Zephyrs may have left town 30 years ago, Matthew Repplinger is doing many of the same things today in the Mile High City. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

The Rockies use the altitude as an excuse. BY: TOM OLSON The Denver Bears and Denver Zephyrs played baseball at altitude and played the game with success. The City of Denver (as far as I know) has not shrunk in height over the years, as some older people do. It is still the same altitude now as it has always...

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The Rockies are good at giving away three run leads. In 15 games so far in 2010 the Rockies have lost three games in which they held a 3-0 lead. On Wednesday the Nationals came back from a 3-0 deficit to win 6-4 late in the game.While the Nationals strung together a nice little comeback victory, the rest of Washington...

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