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Since May 21, the Colorado Rockies are 55-51. Because of the screwed up economics of baseball, trying to lose is a viable strategy for at least third of the teams in MLB so it makes perfect sense that some would see this not as success but rather as a failure of another kind. After all, they aren’t making the postseason…...

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We are all experiencing a bit of 20-20 vision here in 2020 as the Colorado Rockies came into this series against the San Diego Padres at 20-20 with 20 games to play. If you’ve long been a doubter of this team, your skepticism has been proven out in numerous stretches of ugly baseball. If you’ve long been a believer in...

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The Colorado Rockies are 10-3. In this unique year, that gives them a 77 percent winning percentage through roughly 24 percent of the season. Debate is arising about whether or not anyone could or should have expected this, how much of it is to be truly believed, and whether or not it means anything for the future. Regular readers and...

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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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Editor’s Note: Above is an audio story, designed to give BSN Denver subscribers the option to listen to this story if they don’t have time to stop and read it in its entirety. We would love to know what you think about it in the comments. Enjoy! Since limping out of the gate in 2019 with a record of 3-12,...

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The last three baseball games could not have felt much worse for the Colorado Rockies. But they absolutely could have been worse. Losing three in a row to the team with the best record in baseball in their house is frustrating but to lose all three in walk-off fashion is a downright gutpunch. Throw in that each game featured a fantastic performance from the Rockies’ starting pitcher, something that has been an issue all season, and that the offense battled through tough matchups and without one of their best players to take a lead in each game. If you’re looking for more fuel for this frustration fire, add in that the first game swung on a controversial call making…

The Colorado Rockies, to put it plainly, have more bravado and confidence in themselves to win a World Series than they ever have before. Welcome to the 2019 season. When the Colorado club takes the field against the Miami Marlins to kick things off, they will do so with their highest of expectations. Charlie Blackmon, who is prone to neither...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons speculate wildly on the rumors surrounding the Colorado Rockies, in particular, whether or not they might have the interest and means to acquire elite catcher J.T. Realmuto or super utility man Marwin Gonzalez. Plus, could they get in on the rumored notion that the Cubs could be...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman argues that the additions of Jonathan Lucroy and Pat Neshek put Colorado in the “driver’s seat” to win the Wild Card and the play-in game. Look beyond the stats, Lucroy is a big acquisition. We dive deep into his intangibles and one offensive stat that may be the key to...

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What will be the single most important statistic for the Colorado Rockies in the second half of 2017? Starting pitcher earned run average? The offense and weighted runs created (wRC)? Yeah, one of those two could be it. But how about the art of making out(s) better? No, this is not a Marie Claire story misplaced. It’s still about baseball...

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