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After dropping to one game under .500 for the first time since an Opening Day loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Colorado Rockies’ roster is undergoing a few changes this week. The most intriguing move on Tuesday was the one made out of choice: the club’s backup catcher.  Dom Nuñez was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque and Brian Serven was…...

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As a part of our Quest for the Asterisk series, we’ll be taking a look at the players who will be most pivotal in taking the Colorado Rockies back to the postseason in 2020. Every team needs their stars to lead by example, both on the field and statistically. It’s a waste of time to tell you that Nolan Arenado…...

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Let me give you a list of names: Kyle Parker, Casey Weathers, Greg Reynolds, Eddie Butler, Christian Friedrich, Tyler Matzek, Chris Nelson. Now here’s another group: Scott Oberg, Raimel Tapia, German Marquez, Carlos Estevez, Jairo Diaz, Trevor Story. Ok, let’s do one more: Tony Wolters, Chris Iannetta, Nick Hundley, Wilin Rosario, Yorvit Torrealba, Danny Ardoin, Charles Johnson, Brent Mayne, Joe…...

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SAN DIEGO, CA – Over the past 48 hours, General Manager Jeff Bridich has met with a small contingency of media several times to discuss the goals of the 2019 Winter Meetings and 2020 on-field expectations for the Colorado Rockies. The biggest priority is securing a catcher to pair with the ever-improving Tony Wolters, who continues to make strides offensively…...

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DENVER – The Colorado Rockies, despite carrying just four position players on their bench, are now into their second month with three catchers. Veteran Chris Iannetta is the steady hand. He knows how to work an at-bat and a game. He has the experience and savvy to serve as a guiding force for young rotation. Even though his surface numbers…...

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The Colorado Rockies announced on Tuesday that they have promoted right-handed hitting catcher Tom Murphy to MLB. Outfielder Mike Tauchman has been optioned back to Triple-A in a corresponding move. Murphy (27) was batting .289 with 34 runs, 14 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs and 45 RBI in 49 games for the Albuquerque Isotopes this season. His 16 homers…...

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Countdown to MLB Trade Deadline: 18 Days The All-Star break is typically seen as a time for rest and relaxation. Players and coaches spend some quality time with family. High performing talent has some fun in the summer sun of Miami. The San Francisco Giants clubhouse restocks on hair gel. Front offices, however, are preoccupied. They are fully aware of the…...

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If highly-touted Colorado Rockies prospect Tom Murphy is to continue developing into the organization’s catcher of the future, the brass feels he needs to continue seeing frequent playing time. Despite joining the Rockies as a September call-up in 2015, the time is not quite right for him to join the big club permenantly. Murphy was sent to minor league camp on…...

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