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Though he’s been at the helm for nearly two full seasons, Colorado Rockies’ GM Bill Schmidt will be participating in his first Winter Meetings since taking control of the yoke on May 3, 2021. He made the surprise signing of an “aircraft carrier” by the name of Kris Bryant before the start of the 2022 campaign. Who’s to say he may not try to acquire a Boeing 747 or even a Stealth Bomber this time around? For those who saw Colorado make zero moves at the trade deadline in August, the one hope for fans is that Schmidt doesn’t settle for a helicopter or hot air balloon that turns into more of a lead balloon.  National League Champs Philadelphia won…

Armchair General Managers unite as the time to speculate on what the Colorado Rockies should do this offseason is upon us. How does one fix a baseball team that won only 68 games last season and has missed the postseason the last four years? It may not be easy as it appears and it certainly won’t be done over the course of a few months, but that doesn’t mean GM Bill Schmidt and the Rockies aren’t going to try. Thursday marked the official start of over 200 free agents roaming the wilderness in search of a new employer. Colorado’s questionable track record in free agency suggest there’s a better chance of making improvements to the roster via the trade market.…

Colorado created five new openings on the 40-man roster in preparation for next week’s deadline that will determine who could be poached in December’s Rule 5 draft. Which former top prospects have gone elsewhere? What fan favorite may find more opportunities elsewhere? And which center field options make more sense than Brandon Nimmo? Plus, we also break down why Commissioner Rob Manfred’s comments about the Oakland Athletics finding a new home may be problematic. Super agent Scott Boras speaks, Pete Rose does a thing (legally) and the manager carousel finally comes to a stop. The best, most realistic and incredibly beneficial trade scenario for the Colorado Rockies by Patrick Lyons BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1443269/10874 Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using…

With the left field wall being moved back 26. 5 feet at Camden Yards to reduce home runs and make the ballpark more desirable to free agent pitchers, Drew Goodman from AT&T SportsNet discusses if the Colorado Rockies could gain an advantage by altering Coors Field. Plus, Jeff Francis into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and more than you’d ever want to know about the birth places of Rockies’ players. “Five years later, has the Bridich Barrier worked?” by Nathaniel Sunshine DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

FanGraphs released their top 36 prospects for the Colorado Rockies and there’s a lot to get excited about. Some good takeaways from Eric Longenhagen’s list to discuss, namely Drew Romo, Jordy Vargas and players from the Dominican Summer League. Kevin Kiermaier and Kyle Schwarber are in the news again and their place on this season’s roster makes far too much sense for it not to happen. How likely is it that Colorado makes these major upgrades? “The best, most realistic and incredibly beneficial trade scenario for the Colorado Rockies” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

SS Dyan Jorge is a big ticket free agent from Cuba that will head directly to the Rockies incredible facility in the Dominican Republic. Hear from Drew Goodman about the quality and craftsmanship of Colorado’s academy. We also look at the Las Vegas series against the Arizona Diamondbacks on March 18-19 and examine the intriguing coaching staff at Triple-A Albuquerque this year. “Baseball Hall of Fame voting history for the Colorado Rockies, 1993-2021: Part One (Bichette, Burks and more)” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

As part of the lockout enacted by Major League Baseball, transactions as well as communication have officially ceased.  This means those rumors and rumblings during the coldest months of the Hot Stove League have become null. While no one truly believes back-and-forths have been entirely nonexistent, the typical whispers to media members have become little more than a cold shoulder....

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