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After losing two out of three close games against the San Francisco Giants in a series earlier in the week, the Colorado Rockies swept their NL West rivals convincingly. In the last three series, all against division foes, Colorado’s consistently found great starts from their pitchers who’ve really picked up the slack. Using our advanced statistics and our-in-house all-encompassing metric...

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The Colorado Rockies faced off against another division rival and this time were able to win two of three in another extremely close series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Using our advanced statistics and our-in-house all-encompassing metric DPR, here are our individual grades. Note, the scores below are each player’s average DPR for the series, all Rockies stats can be...

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The Colorado Rockies toppled the New York Mets 3-1 in a four-game set, returning home after some brutal losses on the road. The offense stayed hot, putting up big totals in every game not pitched by a Cy Young frontrunner, and the pitching held up in one of their more complete sets of the season. Here are our individual player grades...

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The Colorado Rockies came a strike away from sweeping the Reds and got some pretty solid performances all around. The offense and starting pitching (mostly) did their part but, as anyone reading this will likely viscerally recall, the bullpen continued to struggle throughout the series, finally costing the club a game in the finale. Here are our individual player grades...

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The Colorado Rockies went to Los Angeles for a divisional battle and would leave standing atop the NL West despite losing two of the three games and getting nothing even resembling a consistent offensive threat. Interestingly, the club’s three best hitters performed the worst and the guy who has been the symbol for all the team’s offensive woes was their...

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The Colorado Rockies split a four-game road set with the San Francisco Giants which would normally be reason for much celebration in Rockie Land. But with the team having the highest expectations in their history, and both of the games they lost feeling like they slipped away, it was still a frustrating series for the Rockies and their fan. Despite...

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The Colorado Rockies returned home from a successful road trip to face the Los Angeles Angels in an odd interleague, two-game series that they split. They won the first game on the back of another stellar outing from Jon Gray and a pair of extra-base hits from Trevor Story and lost in the second in runaway fashion on a down night...

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The Colorado Rockies swept the New York Mets in their own city to extend a winning streak out to five games. And they did it without getting overwhelming contributions from their best position players. The backend of the rotation (yes these ratings exclude the top two pitchers in the Rockies rotation) were absolutely magnificent starting with the old man of...

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The Colorado Rockies woke from their Miami nightmare to find themselves a whole new team in the Windy City of Chicago. The Cubs came in on a five-game winning streak and still have high aspirations with an uber-talented roster that one could argue is as good if not better than the one that earned them a World Series Championship just...

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It was an ugly series in Miami for the Colorado Rockies, as it usually is, and there wasn’t much to write home about in terms of individual performances, especially on the position player side. The silver lining, for those looking for one after a series in which half the RBI came from a reliever, is that the pitching staff was...

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