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There was a reunion of sorts at Nationals Park this weekend. Fans of the 2013 Arkansas Travelers may have been the only ones to take notice. The former Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels in the Texas League had the best record in the North Division that year thanks to a roster that featured current Colorado Rockies’ C.J. Cron…...

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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 Hunter DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

The Colorado Rockies faced off against the  Los Angeles Angels in a tight series with some late night tension, splitting the two games. Despite a tough game one loss, the Rockies are now tied for the NL West lead. As we do after each series, using our advanced statistics and our in-house all-encompassing metric DPR, here are our individual grades....

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Alex White continues to mature as a starter. The Colorado Rockies struggles continued as the team lost to the Los Angeles Angels 7-2 on Friday night at Coors Field. It was a night that featured CJ Wilson dominating the Rockies offense and the typical struggles of a young starting pitcher in Alex White. The loss was one in which the...

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On Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Rockies completed a trade sending catcher Chris Iannetta to the Los Angeles Angeles in exchange for starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood.The move coincides with the Rockies nearing a deal with free agent catcher Ramon Hernandez. The deal with the former Red is reportedly a two-year deal worth just over $6 million.The move brings a power arm...

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The Colorado Rockies have proven two facts over the past two nights. First, that baseball is not a game for those who like to go to bed early, and second, that the Rockies have as much depth as advertised.On Friday night in Anaheim, the Rockies beat the Angels 4-3 thanks in large part to Jonathan Herrera. The second baseman finished...

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A Major League Baseball season lasts a long time. Very few fans are able to watch all 162 games that their favorite team plays. With day games and night games, weekend games and weekday games, the thought of watching a team religiously is nearly impossible. Very few find a way to accomplish the task. For this, and a variety of...

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The Major League Baseball schedule makers must have been laughing when they penciled the Rockies in for 10 of their first 13 games on the road. The three home games were against the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies, and the road games include two series at Arizona, one at Los Angeles and the other against the Chicago Cubs.The first 13 games...

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Thursday night Nick Adenhart was living his dream. He had made the Opening Day roster of a Major League team at the young age of 22. Although he did not get the win, he did his job to make that happen, pitching six scoreless innings, giving up only seven hits in dominating the A’s.The game started less than six hours...

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After third starter Jason Marquis struggled mightily yesterday against the L.A. Angels, the Rockies headed back to Tucson waiting to see what Jorge De La Rosa could do against the other team from L.A.De La Rosa’s spring, and career in general, can be summed up with one word; inconsistent.Today’s game was a microcosm of that. He started the first and...

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