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Games One & Two were electric as the Phillies and Astros split before heading back to Philadelphia. How historic was the Phils’ comeback? Who was the last player to have a moment like Realmuto? And which member of Houston is heating up in a big way? Plus, we preview Game Three and discuss Suzie’s pre-game ritual when attending Phillies’ games.…

Happy World Series Day! The Philadelphia Phillies are taking on the Houston Astros tonight in the fall classic. Suzie previews the series and is joined by Dusty Baker (the sports anchor, not the Astros skipper) and some Philly jawns from the Powder Blue Podcast for some World Series hilarity. Plus we hear from Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post to clear up the Brandon Nimmo / Rockies rumors that swirled around the internet this week. Suzie Hunter comes to you LIVE from the DNVR Bar to break down everything you need to know in the world of baseball and the Colorado Rockies! DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link — Stitcher Link — Pocket Casts Link — Spotify Link BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1443269/10874 Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to…

The addition of a superstar to the roster of any professional sports franchise is a thing of pure jubilation.  At least that’s been the prevailing thought in almost every instance. There’s always an exception to the rule. In that last 13 months, three notable figures on the roster of the Colorado Rockies have departed the only organization they ever knew....

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Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel once stated, “Been in this game one-hundred years, but I see new ways to lose ’em I never knew existed before.” For those watching Game 4 of the 2020 World Series, you know exactly how true this can be even with a slightly less experience as The Old Perfessor. Trailing 7-6 in the bottom of the ninth with two runners aboard and down to their final out, the Tampa Bay Rays were one strike away from dropping to a 3-1 deficit against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Insert Brett Phillips, the final man on the roster who hadn’t made an appearance at the plate since three weeks prior on October 7 during the American League…

On this episode of the DNVR Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons welcome you back to the DFA Show where we look around the league at the races for MVP, Cy Young, World Series and more. Charlie Blackmon and German Marquez are right there, but what other Rockies players could get into the mix? Plus, an update on our 20th and Blaze Street team.

Built in 1912 on a small piece of wetland, known as a fen, betwixt the streets of Lansdowne, Van Ness, Jersey and Brookline Avenue and opened just days after the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic, Fenway Park is the oldest and most iconic ballpark in the majors. Home to the Green Monster, a mammoth wall stationed just 310 feet...

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On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman and Jake Shapiro look back in awe at one of the greatest World Series games we have ever witnessed and get into some of the debates that have arisen in its wake. Are the baseballs juiced? Is offense more exciting than pitching? Are these pitching staffs being managed properly? Then...

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Major League Baseball needs to fix their schedule issues. Today was the beginning of hope for next year for many Major League Baseball teams. Each team released it’s 2015 schedule, allowing fans of teams like the Colorado Rockies to start thinking about what might be. However, there is one thing that is clear when it comes to the people running...

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In the midst of the World Series, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig made a big announcement. After shying away from the subject for years, Selig is open to expanding the Major League playoffs to include more teams, and he believes it could happen as soon as the 2011 season.The first reaction that comes to mind, after watching a postseason...

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Yankees and Red Sox. That is all anyone in the media talks about all season long. When The Yankees get eliminated from the playoffs, the talk is about how no one will be watching the World Series this year. The way they make it sound, it was only fair for the American League East powerhouses to allow the junior varsity...

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The Rockies won on Saturday 3-0. While the offense scored when they needed to, the game was won on the mound.Jeff Francis reminded everyone what they have been missing since he led the team to the World Series in 2007. The lefty, back from injury and pitching in just his second game since an ill-fated attempt at finishing the 2008...

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A Major League Baseball season lasts a long time. Very few fans are able to watch all 162 games that their favorite team plays. With day games and night games, weekend games and weekday games, the thought of watching a team religiously is nearly impossible. Very few find a way to accomplish the task. For this, and a variety of...

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