Well, that was a terrible experiment. The Colorado Rockies signed Kyle Kendrick, a starting pitcher who had been non-tendered by the Philadelphia Phillies, to a one-year contract worth $5.5 million. He was brought in to be an innings-eater, a guy who had the durability to get through innings and help a young pitching staff in a year in which…

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David would leave Vanguard University in California with a journalism degree and go on to write for the Colorado Springs Gazette. He was the Rockies beat writer for The Rocky Mountain News spin off "In Denver Times" in 2009 and recently wrote and managed RockiesReview.com. David was able to crank out over 1000 columns on the Rockies in the last five years, including almost 400 in the last two years alone.

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