The Rockies top pick in the 2016 MLB Draft is back from retirement as minor leaguers report to Spring Training at Salt River Fields. The lockout continues, but more details of the negotiation keep coming out. What does it mean to cancel the Rule 5 draft? How does a 14-team postseason work? And what about an international draft? “Banter From…
Entering the 2020 MLB Draft, the Colorado Rockies were set to make the 9th overall selection. Only seven times in their previous 27 drafts had their pick been higher. In most of those years, they had opted for a younger, less proven high school player. One of those players never signed (Matt Harrington, 2000). Another still waits in the wings…
Colorado has one of the worst farm systems in all of baseball right now. It’s not the first time and it won’t be the last. The 2015 MLB Draft produced Brendan Rodgers, Peter Lambert and Sam Hilliard, all of whom have expired the rookie qualifications. In 2016, only Garrett Hampson has contributed in the majors as players like Colton Welker,…
DNVR Rockies beat reporters Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons battle for supremacy discussing various hot topics pertaining to the inhabitants of 2001 Blake Street as well all the scuttlebutt in-and-around the game of baseball. Welcome to the DNVR Rockies MLB Draft 2020 Preview Series where we profile individuals we think make the most sense for Colorado to target on Wednesday,…
The Colorado Rockies have seen some great performances from prospects in spring training, but don't forget about the kid with the 102-mph fastball.
With the MLB's non-waiver trade deadline less than 10 days away, now would be a good time to look at the Colorado Rockies organization and assess their assets.
It's not a fluke or fickle thing either, the Colorado Rockies being good has been a long time in the making.
The Colorado Rockies Top 2 prospects, Riley Pint and Brendan Rodgers, faced off at spring training 2017. It was a sight to behold.
We continue our countdown of the Colorado Rockies Top 25 Under 25 with the most recent first-round draft pick and he of the 102 mph fastball, Riley Pint.
Colorado Rockies first-round draft pick Riley Pint says he feels "great" after his first professional season in Grand Junction and he's already thinking about 2017.
The Grand Junction Rockies played a pair of games on Thursday night, including an appearance from first-round draft pick Riley Pint who hit 101 mph with the fastball.
Grand Junction and Colorado Rockies Development Supervisor Tony Diaz tells BSN Denver that Riley Pint's character is more impressive than his 102 mph fastball.
Grand Junction Rockies pitching coach Ryan Kibler talks to BSN Denver about the early development of Jon Gray, Eddie Butler, Carlos Estevez, and now Riley Pint.
Get a first look at the Colorado Rockies first-round draft pick Riley Pint, throwing a bullpen session in Grand Junction.
The Colorado Rockies second pick in the 2015 MLB draft had a rough start. But Mike Nikorak is confident that 2016 is going to be a different story.
The Colorado Rockies have shifted their draft strategy for pitchers from a focus on high-floor, polished control types, to high-ceiling, raw flamethrowers.
The Colorado Rockies rookie affiliate in Grand Junction kicked off their season with a bang, rallying from down two in the ninth to walk-off winners.
The Colorado Rockies introduced first round pick Riley Pint to the Denver Media on Wednesday. Pint was selected with the 4th overall pick in the 2016 MLB Draft.