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What is left to say about Larry Walker? What is left for a Colorado Rockies fan to read or hear or know about Larry Walker? If you’ve come across this, the chances are incredibly high that you know all the stats and anecdotes and moments and milestones. You know he put up more career WAR in less time than Yankees…...

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When did you first fall in love with baseball? Can you remember? Was it a singular glorious moment that brought it all into focus? A deep drive, the crowd rising to their feat, and the thunderous roar for a walk-off win? An exhilarating pitching performance that glued you to your seat? Was it a weekend or couple of weeks of...

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Roughly 13 times each season, Nolan Arenado returned from a road trip and settled into his place downtown located within walking distance of Coors Field. When arriving for the next day’s game, he’d walk beneath the cavernous tunnels of the ballpark and take a right turn to the home clubhouse. On Thursday, for the first time, he turned left. “It’s...

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It’s early October 2021. The leaves on the trees are turning color and falling gently onto increasingly snowy streets and driveways. The smell of postseason baseball is in the air. There are more fans in the stadiums now, not to full capacity, but things are starting to feel closer to normal again. The playoff picture is beginning to emerge more...

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Hello Colorado Rockies fans. I would ask how you are doing but we all know the answer to that question. Some fans may have finally found their way into some sort of optimism in this current mess but it would be more than a stretch to say anyone is happy about where this team stands. Many have already declared their fandom dead. Others have simply put it on hold. The debate rages about whether to boycott the team, what that would even truly look like, and how impactful it would be. At the center of that debate stands a difficult question that everyone has to answer for themselves; How do I root for the Rockies… without rooting for the Rockies?…

It’s not that they did it, it’s how and why. How they did it was haphazardly on a Friday night out of an offseason long cloud of darkness after already having poisoned the waters and alienated the people who’s love has long supported them. Why they did it was for money. And pride. When the Colorado Rockies – that is...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman gets into the details of another frustrating loss that saw much of the team play well but the bullpen blow it in a matter of seconds. Then we get to the feel-good portion of the pod where fans share some of their favorite memories and moments from their own history...

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Nobody ever brought a baseball glove to the ballpark because it just completed their outfit. It’s a device meant for one thing: catching baseballs. And if your family happens to have season tickets in a spot just beyond an outfield wall in fair territory, like Reif Faulkner’s does, you could easily find yourself in an actual position to impact the outcome of a game. You’ve probably watched enough baseball that you’ve seen it before. The eager fan, overwhelmed by the excitement of the quickly approaching moment when the baseball is headed right for them, against all odds… they reach over a wall and into the field of play, turning an extra-base hit, maybe even a home run, into an out…

Todd Helton appropriately hit a double for hit 2,500. Congratulations Colorado Rockies fans, you did it the right way. When Todd Helton sliced a ball down the left field line in the 7th inning, then lumbered into second base, sliding in for a double, appropriately logging his 2,500th hit as a double, the crowd let Helton know how much they...

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