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Colorado doesn’t have a deep system but it has a few intriguing arms and some promising up-the-middle talents. There are a number of prospects that could be poised for big 2013 seasons.
#1 Nolan Arenado (3B)
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Jhoulys Chacin must perform well for the Rockies.Baseball is almost back!I was asked by Chat Sports to write a preview on how the Colorado Rockies would do in 2013. A quick preview would suggest that this team has some talent, and really could surprise some people, but it is going to take everything going perfect for that to happen.Click on this link to see the entire article.http...
Key offseason additions: Wilton Lopez, Reid Brignac Key offseason departures: Jason Giambi The Colorado Rockies were very bad last year. At one point they used a 4-man rotation with a 75 pitch count. Their best player was injured for most of the year and they had a very bad pitching staff. … Continue reading »
Spring Training is underway! Rockies outfielder Dexter Fowler is taking extra precautions early on by wearing this astronaut-like suit. Just what is this thing? Is it totally necessary? Will it get him back in his 2010 form when led the majors in triples?
Lets take a look.
This thing is called the NormaTec MVP Recovery System. According to the website:
The NormaTec MVP Recovery...
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The Colorado Rockies would like to add one more capable
starting pitcher before the start of the regular season, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. Rosenthal believes the Rockies are armed with the position-player
depth to swing such a trade.
While the Rockies have several options at multiple positions
entering the regular season, Rosenthal expects the team to trade...
As Ken Rosenthal reported earlier this week, the Rockies are looking to add a starting pitcher. This should surprise nobody — the club was an easy last place in the majors in both ERA and FIP last season, and even adjusting for Coors Field leaves them 28th and 26th (last and second-to-last in the NL) respectively in ERA- and FIP-.
What did surprise me was who their target should...