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The CoorsShield

I’m going to preface this blog with a disclaimer: these are the opinions of my mother and me, because my mother is the only person I know who knows all the statistics and watches as many Rockies games as I do.  480 more words

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Taking Off Soon

The Rockies started out this season looking great.  They were 6-0 on the road up until the last series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are streaking with a 9-3 record.  507 more words

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From the Sky Sox to the Isotopes

In early October 2014, during the offseason, the news that the Rockies had dropped their affiliation with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, which was their AAA affiliate for roughly 20 years.  529 more words

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Too Many Stars

Every year it seems like the Rockies have great players, but aren’t a great team.  For the past two years we have had the NL batting champion, with Justin Morneau last year and Michael Cuddyer, now with the New York Mets, the year before that. 578 more words

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Day One of Regular Season

Today the Colorado Rockies looked like a baseball team.  They excelled defensively, had good pitching, and most importantly, flexed their muscles offensively.

In the first game of the season for both the Rockies and for the Milwaukee Brewers, the Rockies dominated, scoring 10, and getting a whopping 16 hits.  467 more words

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Countdown: 6 Days Left

With regular season, and opening day a mere six days away, it seems that the Rockies roster is finally shaping up.

Kyle Kendrick, new to the Rockies in the 2015 season, is set to open up against the Milwaukee Brewers on April 6th.   510 more words

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Spring Training Thus Far

The Colorado Rockies have had a typical Spring Training thus far in the 2015 season.  As of today, March 18, 2015, they are 7-5, which has no real meaning.  501 more words

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