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The voice of the Albuquerque Isotopes, Josh Suchon, stops by to discuss pace of play in the minors and break down some of the top prospects for the Rockies’ Triple-A affiliate. We also look at what went wrong in Philadelphia while previewing – and salivating – over the upcoming home series against the lowly Cincinnati Reds. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE…

Justin Wick of Purple Row and MLB Communications discusses his experiences in the 2021 Arizona Fall League and shares the best of the stadiums, caps and Rockies prospects. We also pay homage to Keli McGregor and his lasting legacy in Scottsdale as Salt River Fields is unanimously the gem of Spring Training facilities. “The ‘Evolution of the Ball’ needs a new home” by Justin Wick “DNVR Exclusive: Rockies next wave of prospects added to 40-man, excelled in Arizona Fall League” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Friday, Nov. 19 marked another important day in the future of the Colorado Rockies. The franchise added three players to their 40-man roster, bringing the total to 39 players, while witnessing the end to another successful season for their prospects in the Arizona Fall League. LHP Ryan Rolison, RHP Noah Davis and SS Ezequiel Tovar had their contracts selected and...

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GM Bill Schmidt does it again, locking up Elias Díaz to a three-year, $14.5 million contract that keeps the 31-year-old catcher in purple pinstripes through the 2024 season. Rumblings of Ryan McMahon at shortstop are intriguing, as are possibilities of Brendan Rodgers moving back to his natural position. One thing is for sure: there cannot be a platoon at this position until Ezequiel Tovar is ready to make his debut. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Players from the Arizona Fall League discuss the new rules changing the game across Minor League Baseball as well as one new element that some are refusing to adopt. Jhoulys Chacín is back in purple, but who’ll be playing shortstop for the Rockies on Opening Day 2022? And which AZL representative could make their MLB debut next year? DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

If you’ve never attended the Arizona Fall League, you’re in good company. What you’d be missing is the next generation of ballplayers, putting forth an additional five weeks of work to be ready for their major league debuts next season. It was true of AFL start Pete Alonso in 2018 before slugging a rookie-record 53 home runs the next season...

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On Wednesday, the rosters for one of the most elite All-Star Games for prospects was announced and the Colorado Rockies are represented by at least two players. OF Ryan Vilade and LHP Reagan Todd of the Salt River Rafters were announced as participants for the Fall Stars Game. 1B Michael Toglia is part of the Final 2 Vote, which can...

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Trevor Story came away with a qualifying offer on Sunday, but Jon Gray was not afforded the same respect much like Ryan McMahon was not selected as the NL Gold Glove Award winner. What’s the impact of these decisions and could it possibly make for a better team in 2022? Jeff Dooley, voice of the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats, has seen a lot of Rockies’ prospects come through Connecticut over the past five years. He discusses why Dunkin Donuts Park is always sold out, what to expect from Elehuris Montero when he reaches Colorado and which prospect will make the biggest surprise splash at Coors Field. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket…

Evan Lang from Purple Row joins the show to help answer the question: would extending a qualifying offer to free agent Jon Gray be a wise decision? Lucas Gilbreath came out of nowhere to become a weapon in the Rockies’ bullpen. We’ve got the next diamond in the rough. “Marvin Freeman conquered altitude almost 30 years ago” by Evan Lang DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

The finishing school known as the Arizona Fall League (AFL) is in full gear in the Phoenix metro area and the Colorado Rockies have an interesting bunch of prospects looking to become the future faces of the franchise. After the cancellation of the entire Minor League season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AFL returns for its 29th season of...

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Justin Wick is on the scene in Phoenix covering the Arizona Fall League and he’s got the first look on the Rockies’ eight participating prospects. Michael Toglia is stealing the show so far and the four pitchers have been quite good as well. One prospect – the only left-hander on the Salt River Rafters – may be the most intriguing of the bunch. Plus, an interesting and fitting tribute we may see in the coming season at Coors Field. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

Examining the 2021 Arizona Fall League rosters illuminates some intriguing Colorado Rockies prospects suiting up for the Salt River Rafters. All eyes will be on SS Ezequiel Tovar and 1B Michael Toglia, but one interesting story looms large on the roster. Plenty of former Rockies are scattered around MLB like never before and several will be making appearances this October. It may even surprise you to hear a few names who could end up winning a World Series ring if everything goes their way. Host Patrick Lyons shares his predictions on the American and National League representatives as well as the historical significance should things play out that way.

GRAND JUNCTION – The state of Colorado doesn’t have the deepest roots in baseball lore. While New York and California have churned out talent for decades, the Centennial State is still much more prominently known for its 300 days of sunshine and affinity for football, the outdoors, and craft beer. But there have been some standouts from the union’s 38th...

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