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After some good news regarding Todd Helton’s Hall of Fame candidacy, we launch into a conversation about the good, the bad and the ugly regarding the World Cup. Why is advancing technology so critical? How can MLB grow the game internationally? And why aren’t the stars promoting the game more? After Ezequiel Tovar’s rapid rise through minors, who’s next to…

Steve Reed represented the Colorado Rockies through their first five seasons of existence and pitched in more games than any other for the franchise, spending half his 14-year career in purple. His 140 ERA+ is often overlooked, and remains a staggering figure during an era pitched mostly before the advent of the humidor at Coors Field. Steve Reed Award for Unsung Hero In a season void of multiple heroes during another disappointing season at the bottom of the National League West, the line between All-Star and also-ran often becomes blurred. Several players offered positive contributions that were largely overshadowed by all the losses, the presence of countless rookies and some glorious C.J. Cron moon shots. That is why an award…

Rockies social media team is phenomenal and that’s in large part due to Julian Valentin. He shares his favorite memories with Colorado, goes through his life as a professional soccer player and details his latest career working with athletes. Plus, the final installment of the Rockies Hall of Fame: relievers and catchers. “DNVR Exclusive: Two years anniversary of Walker’s Hall of Fame announcement” by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

The Colorado Rockies’ 2021 season can be viewed at various points along the spectrum, including those at the most extreme. A failure due to a fourth-place finish in the National League West, the 74-87 record is the organization’s third consecutive losing season. With cornerstones Trevor Story and Jon Gray approaching free agency and payroll not yet equipped to climb back into the upper half among MLB’s 30 clubs, a consciousness of the burgeoning minor league prospects begins to provide the biggest semblance of hope, albeit several years down the line.  A success based upon countless experts predicting upwards of 100 losses, Colorado finished 2.5 and 4.5 games behind a pair of offseason darlings in the New York Mets and San…

The Colorado Rockies have been known for a lot of pretty cool things over the years. For whatever is made of the ballpark and its impact on stats, nobody denies it is a beautiful place to take in a game. Sure, there has never been consistent winning for the franchise but there have always been a handful of incredible ballplayers...

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