Tyler Rogers


When the Marshall Fire damaged and destroyed thousands of homes in Boulder County this past December, two Colorado natives from the National League West took notice. “We have four generations of firefighters in our family before us, and they’re all Denver firemen,” Tyler Rogers of the San Francisco Giants shared. “So that’s kind of where (our charity) started.” Twin brothers…...

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A bloodied Chad Kuhl makes his Rockies’ debut, the bullpen is perfect once again and Randal Grichuk makes the defensive stop of the year. Plus, Connor Joe continues to get on base at an alarming rate and a trio of Colorado natives make history (two of whom are twins). Positivity and potential reign during Rockies’ Opening Weekend victory over Dodgers by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link

It started like a typical Jon Gray outing: perfect through two innings and no hits until the third inning. It was also a lot like a typical Rockies’ game from 2017-18 with the home club trailing, yet moving toward the necessary momentum to win late, maybe even in walk-off fashion. Alas, it didn’t play out as the Coors Field faithful would have liked in a 4-3 loss to the Giants. The Wolf of Blake Street worked into the fourth before San Francisco notched their first hit; however, the next batter produced a home run that would turn the tide for the purple. “He’s a warrior. He kept us in that ballgame,” Tony Wolters said of Gray’s performance Wednesday night. Defensive…

It may sound strange to consider, but even coming off the heels of a losing season and the overwhelming absence of a World Series win – not to mention even a single National League West pennant – there has never been a better time to be a baseball fan from Colorado. The run for Rocktober in 2007 was as magical of a ride as any team can hope to take, minus that piece of metal known as the Commissioner’s Trophy. Even coupled with another playoff run in 2009, it was a special time to root for the state’s top baseball team. While the Rockies have also made the playoffs twice in the past three seasons, the only other time with…