Drew Goodman joins the show to discuss and celebrate the deep and rich history of baseball in Colorado before the Rockies arrived in 1993.
From Barry Bonds to Bobby Abreu. With Hall of Fame announcements on the horizon, Drew and Patrick reveal who they would vote for if they had the chance at this ballot.
Drew and Patrick say goodbye to a legend. Hank Aaron truly belongs on the short list of people who could claim to be the greatest player in the history of baseball.
Drew Goodman joins us to chat Todd Helton, Larry Walker, Nolan Arenado and the MLB Hall of Fame. What truly makes a Hall of Famer? And are there more borderline Colorado Rockies than we tend to think?
Andres Galarraga and a few other former Colorado Rockies deserve much more attention from Hall of Fame voters. Drew and Patrick make the case for him along with the likes of Fred McGriff and Carlos Delgado.
From Nolan Arenado to Albert Pujols, we celebrate the best current players in MLB and the Colorado Rockies. Makayla Perkins joins Drew and Patrick to draft current players who will end up in the Hall of Fame.
Colorado Rockies baseball counts. Your baseball matters. On Tuesday, January 21, at approximately 4:15 Mountain Time, an entire franchise — everyone who has ever worn the uniform with pride, anyone who ever bought a ticket, every member of the Coors Field staff from the ushers and security guards to those who serve food and drink or sell swag or seats…
The guys discuss Steve Atwater and John Lynch's chances of making the Pro Football Hall of Fame, answer listener questions and much more.
New York, NY – On Sunday, the late Roy Halladay will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame to be enshrined with the class of 2019 at 25 Main Street in Cooperstown, NY. In becoming the first player posthumously elected by the Baseball Writer’s Association of American since Roberto Clemente in 1973, he will be the only one…
Von Miller’s performance on Sunday was one for the ages. But in many respects, it was just another vintage Von Miller performance.
The Detroit Pistons were such heavy underdogs against the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2004 Finals that in order to place a bet on the Lakers that netted you $100, you had to wager $800. No one outside of Detroit’s close-knit locker room gave the Pistons a puncher’s chance against Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Phil Jackson and Hollywood’s latest version…...