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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ahead of Tuesday night’s game against the Nationals, the Rockies made a few transactions, including one that welcomes a new face to the big league roster. Colorado announced the selection of first baseman Yonder Alonso from Triple-A Albuquerque. Signed as a Minor League free agent on July 10 by the Rockies after his release from the Chicago…...

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Scottsdale, AZ – With the bridge between the bullpen at large and Rockies’ closer Wade Davis in question after Adam Ottavino’s signing with the New York Yankees, several candidates have emerged as favorites to hold down the eighth inning. Reliever Seunghwan Oh, acquired in late July for first baseman Chad Spanberger, outfielder Forrest Wall and reliever Bryan Baker, posted a…

Seunghwan Oh

Maybe you can go home again. Colorado Rockies reliever Seunghwan Oh told South Korean media he’s considering a return to his home country’s professional baseball league in 2019. Oh, who was acquired at the 2018 trade deadline, was a much-needed addition to a then-struggling relief corps. He is under contract with the Rockies for the 2019 season after his vesting option…...

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DENVER – Last season, Major League Baseball introduced Players’ Weekend, a three-day affair allowing players to wear personalized gear and nicknames across the back of Little League style jerseys adorned by a patch honoring those who have aided in their career. Around Coors Field for the Cardinals series, fans observed Nolan Arenado as “NADO”, David Dahl as “BABY DAHL”, Tony…...

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DENVER – In between Sunday’s four-game road sweep of the Atlanta Braves and Tuesday’s game one of a six-day homestand, Rockies players enjoyed an off day on Monday, only their second day of rest in more than three weeks. While it seems like a day away from baseball activities might be the healthiest thing for any ballplayer whose season lasts…...

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