Colorado posted some big numbers on the night they celebrated some big players in the form of future Hall of Famers Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina. What did Nolan Arenado have to say? And what did he almost improbably do on the field? Drew Goodman, voice of the Colorado Rockies on AT&T SportsNet and host of his eponymous podcast, shares…
Vin Scully was the voice that originally inspired me to have anything to do with storytelling in sports. The guy that inspired people like Chris Berman and Joe Buck and a litany of others to let silence tell the story in its moment. I remember reading a Vin quote in the Los Angeles Times when I was a kid that the remarkable Rick Reilly also relayed in his moving tribute to Vin this week:
“I don’t really do play-by-play. I do conversation.”
Grievances are aired, discrepancies found and a general therapy session for all Rockies fans to reflect upon and, quite possibly, enjoy. Does doing nothing make sense? Did GM Bill Schmidt’s explanation make sense? And how bad is this really? Drew Goodman of AT&T SportsNet helps sort out more trade deadline business before helping determine what the big storylines for the final two months of the year will be. Rockies’ roll over at trade deadline, ‘We decided to stay where we are’ by Patrick Lyons DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link
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 Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link
The Los Angeles Dodgers gave legendary broadcaster Vin Scully a beautiful send off with a late comeback win 4-3 over the Rockies in extras.
Goodbye, Todd Helton. Thank you. Who better to send a legend into retirement than Vin Scully? The Dodgers long-time broadcaster started Sunday off with a rousing tribute to Todd Helton, the Colorado Rockies first legend. The broadcaster, who has a voice of silk and a baseball encyclopedia in his mind, filmed a tribute to Helton that was played before the...