Joc Pederson


Suzie recaps the start of the final Rockies road trip, where Colorado falls to San Francisco 5-2. Then, John Pierson, Sports Director for WTNH in Connecticut, talks about the time he spent with the Rockies’ top prospects this year. Finally, former Rockies reliever Yency Almonte tells us about his incredible season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the one food…

The first four spots in the rotation are locked up. But who’s going to be the fifth starter? And if I told you Ryan Rolison was out of the running, would you believe there’s a way he could still make the Opening Day roster? Plus, we provide Power Rankings of the best looks in Spring Training so far on the Rockies. “Rotation providing biggest strength to Colorado, signing of Kuhl adds critical depth” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Andrew Mason – aka Mase – from DNVR Broncos is back to bask in the glory of Atlanta’s 2021 World Series Championship. Minus the pearls, Mase celebrates the great moments from a team that barely made the postseason despite being NL East favorites entering the season. We also get into the MLB Lockout as well as Freddie Freeman’s free agency, the obscenely team-friendly contracts given to Ronald Acuña Jr. and Ozzie Albies and all the free money lying around for the owners of the club, Liberty Media. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Denver Broncos beat reporter Andrew Mason is an Atlanta baseball superfan and he’s here to celebrate the team’s first World Series since 1999. Mase shares tales of his favorite players, feelings towards team mascot Blooper, as well as the up-to-the-second count on his bobblehead collection. (You won’t believe how many he owns!) World Series predictions as well as memories from Game 3 of the 2007 World Series when Coors Field was the epicenter of the baseball world color this fun edition. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

It began to feel like the Rockies were never going to beat the Dodgers ever again. Not in 2020 and maybe never again. Then, Kevin Pillar mashed a two-out grand slam in the top of the eighth to flip the lead and gave Colorado a 6-5 advantage. Mere minutes later, the realities of the final six outs began to soften the excitement. By the time Carlos Estévez induced a fly ball from Chris Taylor for the first out, Los Angeles had a three-run lead thanks to a home runs by AJ Pollock and Joc Pederson. Jeff Hoffman didn’t fare much better as a two-run dinger by Mookie Betts gave the Dodgers even more wiggle room, 10-6. Obscured by the final…

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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