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…...
Kevin Mather represents a deeper problem for MLB. Drew and Patrick discuss his controversial comments and how they relate to the Colorado Rockies and the rest of the league.
Ian Desmond has decided to step away from the Colorado Rockies in 2021. Drew and Patrick react to the news and respond to your fan origin stories.
Colorado Rockies fans are passionate about a boycott of the team. But what does the best version of that actually look like? Drew and Patrick pour through some options.
Hunter Resier of MLB Network radio joins us to talk Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story, the future of the Colorado Rockies and the approaching of Spring Training.
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…...
Drew, Patrick, and AJ resume their debate on the Colorado Rockies current state, their culture, and the meaning of the word culture. Are they deceiving themselves or is the consensus once again missing something with this team?
The MLB stove is heating up. DJ LeMahieu rumors are frustrating Rockies fans and the New York Mets are making a splash, acquiring Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco from Cleveland. AJ Haefele joins Drew and Patrick to break it all down and begin a debate about where the Colorado Rockies are right now.
The Denver Broncos are showing across town how a team can shuffle up its front office without having to make any tough decisions they don’t want to but it comes on a day when the departure of pitching coach Steve Merriman spells another bit of terrible news for the Colorado Rockies analytics department.
From Dexter Fowler and Jorge De La Rosa to Jason Giambi and Justin Morneau, Drew and Patrick take a look at the greatest players in Colorado Rockies history… who were never All Stars. Plus, a few thoughts on the newest chapter in the Nolan Arenado mess.
Drew Goodman, Jenny Cavnar, Jack Corrigan and more are the music to our Colorado Rockies watching lives. We celebrate their home run calls and pick our favorites. Which one is yours?
Allie Monroy, Makayla Perkins, and Lynsdey Sauer take over the podcast and invite on Erin Lewis and Christina Mooney of the Denver Women’s Sports Collective and Sam Bradfield of Purple Row to discuss Kim Ng and paving the way for more women in sports.
The Colorado Rockies have had some elite power hitters over the years so Drew and Patrick decide to draft them onto teams of five for some head to head competition!
Dick Monfort is in some hot water for comments responding to a Colorado Rockies fan but the process is a good one this time. Drew and Patrick dive into the best and most respectful ways to make your frustrations known to the organization and dive into what to expect in return. Plus, the debate over Todd Helton and the Hall…
Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story are the best left side in baseball but both could be gone after next season. Drew and Patrick dive into everything that could go down and a few options for who could end up replacing them.
The Colorado Rockies catching situation could be improved through trade or free agency. Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons run through some specifics on how.
Stories featuring Andrew McCutchen, Christian Yelich, Bill Buckner’s famous error, and much more with Bruce Morton of AP Radio.
MLB played under new rules in 2020 and many appear here to stay. Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons debate debate how these rules have and will impact the Colorado Rockies.
Your team needs to get more good players. It actually doesn’t matter which club you root for in MLB – or in any sport, really – because the statement remains just as true. It sure as hell doesn’t need to be pointed out to Colorado Rockies fans after an abysmal 2020 campaign. That statement, taken by itself though, isn’t particularly…