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MLB is discussing major changes to the way the games are consumed, mainly the ease in which fans can watch their hometown team and without paying exorbitant prices. Evan Lang of Purple Row helps break down the details. Plus, we introduce a new game called “Taco’s Or Tear’s” and you can even play along while you listen. Think you know…

If it’s become a chore to listen to the play-by-play details of another disappointing loss or view the box score for any Rockies’ game, you now have permission to shift your focus to their Triple-A affiliate, the Albuquerque Isotopes. Last night, for example, the ‘Topes won handily against the Washington Nationals top affiliate, 17-7. You’ll first notice that LHP Chris...

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DENVER – Anyone reviewing box scores for the Albuquerque Isotopes earlier this month would have noticed some excellent stat lines for top prospect Brendan Rodgers in the days before his call-up to the Colorado Rockies. On May 13, Rodgers notched four hits and two runs batted in during an 8-7 loss to Washington Nationals affiliate Fresno. On May 14, he...

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With apologies to Rookie level teams Boise and Grand Junction who begin their season after the MLB Draft in June, Thursday marks the first game of the season for four of the Rockies’ minor league affiliates on what Minor League Baseball calls Opening Night. Albuquerque Isotopes (AAA) The most interesting team in the organization is easily the Triple-A club as...

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ALBUQUERQUE, NM. – Some stories are just designed from the ground up to fill the heart with warmth. That’s the relationship right now between the Colorado Rockies and their Triple-A affiliate, the Albuquerque Isotopes. Announcing a two-year extension of their deal on Monday, both parties had the word “family” on the tips of their tongue when speaking of the closeness...

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ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The Colorado Rockies began their 2018 season without making a single 25-man roster transaction until April 22nd, when they demoted Mike Tauchman and promoted outfielders David Dahl and Noel Cuevas to replace the injured Carlos Gonzalez and suspended Gerardo Parra. Since that day, many corresponding promotion/demotion transactions transpired, shuffling players along the Interstate-25 corridor between Denver and...

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ALBUQUERQUE — Four hundred miles south of 20th and Blake in Denver is a location where the Rockies best and brightest prospects hone their skills with hopes of contributing to their parent club to help push for the playoffs. That place for development is the Duke City of Albuquerque. It’s a familiar location where altitude plays a factor, a humidor...

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This wasn’t how it was supposed to go for Tom Murphy. The third-round-draft-pick-catcher dotted Rockies top prospects lists every year he was in the minors. After a full season adjusting to Double-A pitching in 2014, he broke through in 2015, advancing not only to the next level but the big leagues as well, just three years after being drafted. Murphy’s...

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