Found February 26, 2013 on
Barring something unforeseen taking place, the Colorado Rockies won’t get a ton of posts on this blog this season. Please enjoy this one.
The reason I don’t think the Rockies are due for a lot of run-time is because they have a pitching staff with flies circling it, and a lineup that is in dire need of another true threat.
The Rockies have a double edged sword in the way of a ballpark. They can dress a few Joe Random’s up and generate decent stats if the guy has an ounce of talent with the bat. But Coors Field; with all it’s beauty, does no favors to help an organization build a pitching staff. I’m of the belief that talented arms enter the Rockies rotation each year and slowly have their confidence chipped away because of the home park they make roughly half their starts in. I know the Rockies have had a few good runs, but it’s hard to ever sustain consistency without anything solid in the starting staff each year.
I guess at least Walt Weiss is the manager. Anyone remember how muc...
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Trading Tulowitzki would be a huge mistake.As the Colorado Rockies start playing spring training games, the offseason news has just begun.During the offseason, a few rogue reports suggested that the Rockies explore trades for both superstars Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki. The thinking is that with the Rockies clearly in rebuilding mode, the team should ship off their two best...
The only thing that has kept Troy Tulowitzki from acclaim as baseball's best shortstop has been his propensity to get injured. He only played 47 games in 2012. He won Silver Slugger Awards in 2010 and 2011 as the best hitter for his shortstop position despite missing forty games in 2010 and another 19 in 2011. Despite missing those 59 games in 2010 and 2011, he was still a 6...
Wilin Rosario had three hits to support Tyler Chatwood, and the Colorado Rockies beat a San Diego Padres split squad 6-3 Wednesday.
First baseman Jordan Pacheco and third baseman Chris Nelson each had two RBIs for Colorado.
Chatwood, a contender for No. 5 spot in the rotation, gave up two runs on five hits in three innings.
Colorado Closer Rafael Betancourt made his spring debut...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Walt Weiss and the Colorado Rockies like what they see from Troy Tulowitzki so far in spring training games.
Tulowitzki, limited to 47 games last season after left groin surgery, had a two-run single and was involved in four flawless defensive plays during his three innings in the Rockies' 9-1 win over Texas on Monday.
Along with a rare double play...