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GM Bill Schmidt has himself yet another new acquisition. On Saturday, the Colorado Rockies announced Todd Helton will be joining the organization as a Special Assistant to the General Manager.  https://twitter.com/Rockies/status/1512898356678438921 The 17-year veteran first returned to the organization last month to work with minor league players at Salt River Fields during Spring Training.  “What he did that week down…...

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The rotation after Opening Day starter Kyle Freeland has been set and the reasons behind the order may surprise you. Plus, we’ve got Jason Hirsh from the 2007 Colorado Rockies who shares his favorite memories from that magical run to the World Series. F.A.S.T. Performance: Denver’s Top Training Professionals DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher…

New day, new contract for another member of the Colorado Rockies. Ryan McMahon gets $70 million over the next six years to stay in Denver. But there’s a catch….. How does this signing impact the future third basemen waiting in the minor leagues? And where does this offseason’s spending rank among the greatest in franchise history? “Spring Training Notebook: Rolison…

For fans coming down to Scottsdale to watch the Colorado Rockies prepare for the 2022 season, the best player you might see all Spring Training will be on the back fields of the complex at Salt River Fields. Mr. Rockie himself, Todd Helton, is working with minor league players as a guest instructor this March.  “It’s good to be back,…...

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Built in 1937 and home to the Colorado Rockies’ Spring Training facility for nearly two decades, Hi Corbett Field in Tucson housed a lot of early memories for the organization. Drew Goodman of AT&T SportsNet share some funny tales about the stadium while going through the greatness of Charlie Blackmon to the franchise. “Quartet of prospects make for interesting draft…

The BBWAA sent a strange message by electing David Ortiz and not Barry Bonds. Todd Helton got 7.1% closer to being enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Drew Goodman from AT&T SportsNet shares his thoughts on Cooperstown while digging into the Frontier League’s new sudden-death tiebreaker and the history of legendary Rockies’ coaches. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE…

Despite not hearing his name on Tuesday during the Baseball Hall of Fame announcement, Todd Helton took another step closer towards reaching Cooperstown. David Ortiz received 77.9% of votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America and was the only one on the 30 player ballot to reach the required 75% mark.  Ortiz slugged 541 home runs during his 20-year…...

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Exactly two years ago, the president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum stepped to the podium and announced on MLB Network that Larry Walker was going to Cooperstown. Not only had the suspense been building for the past decade since Walker was first put up for election by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, but the early…...

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Noah Yingling from RoxPile and Call To The Pen shares his thoughts on which infielders deserve acknowledgement in a Colorado Rockies Hall of Fame. Todd Helton, Troy Tulowitzki and Vinny Castilla seem like obvious guarantees, but who else would join them? MLB and the Players’ Association met on Thursday. Nothing was worked out, but some promising developments transpired. And the…

Drew Goodman shares his unique perspective on Thursday’s CBA proposal between MLB and the Players’ Association. The conversation around Hall of Fame voting heats up and Jon Lester’s retirement requires deeper consideration for a place in Cooperstown. Plus, Rachel Balkovec and Genevieve Beacom carve their names in baseball history. “Five memorable Colorado Rockies performances we didn’t witness in person” by…

The voice of the Rockies on AT&T SportsNet joins the podcast for his weekly conversation about all things Colorado baseball. Drew Goodman highlights an intriguing coaching hire who could push the right buttons to help give the lineup more pop. We update the figures on Todd Helton’s Hall of Fame candidacy and figure out if Baseball Reference’s most popular player…

When thinking about the all-time greatest Colorado Rockies players and managers in the club’s relatively brief history, a short list immediately comes to mind from the past 29 seasons. Larry Walker, Todd Helton, Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos González, Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon comprise the player side with each man having spent at least eight years in Denver. Only seven managers…

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