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Grievances are aired, discrepancies found and a general therapy session for all Rockies fans to reflect upon and, quite possibly, enjoy. Does doing nothing make sense? Did GM Bill Schmidt’s explanation make sense? And how bad is this really? Drew Goodman of AT&T SportsNet helps sort out more trade deadline business before helping determine what the big storylines for the…

Following a three-game sweep from a historically bad Cincinnati Reds team last weekend, the Tuesday night loss to the Washington Nationals revealed some skeptical looks from the faces of Colorado Rockies’ fans. With wins in the next two games thanks to a strong pitching performance by Austin Gomber and another multi-hit outing from Brendan Rodgers, the smiles returned. At 15-10…...

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Bud Black, Elias Díaz and Germán Márquez speak on the struggles of Colorado’s All-Star pitcher following his fourth consecutive dud. Plus, we review our 2022 MLB Predictions and see how well we’ve done. Spoiler: Suzie & Patrick are feeling good so far. Laughter Can Be The Best Medicine for the Colorado Rockies: The Sneaky Humor of Kris Bryant by Suzie…

Entering the final homestand of the 2021 season, the Colorado Rockies had an opportunity to impact the postseason with six games against the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants. With the Dodgers and Giants locked in a heated battle for the top spot in the National League West, the Rockies were poised to shift the balance with three-game sweeps,…...

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Bang. Zoom. Straight to the moon! With 309 baseballs planted in various sections and tiers of Coors Field, slugged over a combined 25 miles in distance, New York Mets’ Pete Alonso came out on top in the single-elimination tournament. In doing so, he becomes only the third player to win consecutive Derbys, joining Ken Griffey Jr. (1998-99) and Yoenis Céspedes…...

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Pull the plug. The 2021 Home Run Derby at Coors Field will not be using a humidor to store baseballs. And that might right a wrong as far as it concerns a certain Colorado Rockies’ slugger. When Trevor Story went down to one knee to swat the first of three home runs on September 5, 2018, it was recognized at…...

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Nolan Arenado is good at baseball. There. It’s been said. Following his well-earned eight-year, $260M contract extension in the offseason, the five-time All-Star picked up where he left off to begin the 2019 season. Arenado aided Colorado’s 5-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates and starter Chris Archer with two singles that begin a streak of seven consecutive multi-hit games, the fourth…

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