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Over the last couple of weeks, we have been compiling a 25-man roster comprised of prime-of-their-career-and-health Colorado Rockies. In a field of dreams, these are the players that we would select from the history of the organization to take the diamond and play against the ghosts of other organizations. That meant that at times, we had to choose ultimate peak…...

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They say that you are only as strong as your weakest link. Time to find out if that is true. In the first two parts of this series, we named the all-time starting rotation and lineup. But many of you have noted that this leaves out quite a few phenomenal faces of the franchise. As we all know, though, baseball...

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On the Colorado Rockies version of Mt. Rushmore, there are three indisputable faces inscribed. The first belongs to Todd Helton, Mr. Rockie, who spent 17 seasons in the Majors and two years in the minors, all with Colorado. The second belongs to Larry Walker, the first and to this point still only, Hall-of-Famer in franchise history. The third belongs to a player who has yet to reach his 30th birthday and recently even discussed desires to potentially leave the team. Still, when arguably the best player ever at his position wears your uniform, he’s earned his spot. The fourth is far more debatable but one could easily argue that the player who rounded out the first four in our All-Time…

On April 5, 1993, the Colorado Rockies played a baseball game in Queens against the New York Mets at the now-gone Shea Stadium. They lost 3-0. Colorado recorded four hits, all from players who would become early faces of the young franchise: Dante Bichette had the first, Eric Young had another, and Andres Galarraga tallied two. Starting pitcher David Neid...

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As a part of our DNVRWatches series, we’ve been treating ourselves to some classic Colorado Rockies games including some spectacular individual pitching performances. Following up on the DNVR Rockies Podcast, we dove deep into a conversation about the single best-pitched games at Coors Field and in franchise history overall. Lots of guys of a talent level good enough to reach...

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