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MLB Trade Rumors:
Here are the latest rumors and notes on the division that featured the National League's two lowest-scoring offenses in 2011...
Jeff Moorad's purchase of the Padres hit an "unforeseen snag" and was not approved at today's MLB owners meetings, as Bob Nightengale of USA Today anticipated (Twitter link). Owners want more information on Moorad and some aren't convinced they want to admit him into their fraternity, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweets.
Moorad told the Associated Press that the delay won't affect the team's TV deal and a separate Padres source confirmed that to Dan Hayes of the North County Times (via Twitter).
Bud Selig told reporters that the Padres may not have to wait until May to get their new ownership approved as it could be done via conference call, Hayes tweets.
Rockies GM Dan O'Dowd confirmed to Troy Renck of the Denver Post that prospect Russell Wilson will pursue football full-time instead of reporting to Spring ...
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The Colorado Rockies have underwent a lot of change since last September and a lot of it is positive. Here is a look at the new guys for 2012:
In the field: The Rockies could have four new starters in 2012 in the field. Ramon Hernandez is the likely starting catcher for the Rockies and he should love playing at Coors Field. Michael Cuddyer will be the new RF for the Rockies in...
It is becoming the least surprising award in Colorado. On Friday, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association named Drew Goodman of Root Sports as Colorado Sportscaster of the Year. Goodman will most likely have to build a bigger mantle in his living room to fit the award on it. This is his ninth time winning the award in the past 10 years. It makes for a good time...
Colorado Rockies 2010 first round pick Kyle Parker posted impressive power numbers, but lofty strikeout totals in his full season debut in the South Atlantic League. Given his being age appropriate for the level, if not a touch long in the tooth, Parker’s triple slash line of .285/.367/.483 appears better on paper than in practice as his 132/48 strikeout-to-walk ratio and .353...
MADISON, Wis. -- Former Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson has notified the Colorado Rockies that he will pursue footballthis yearinstead of reporting to spring training, according to multiple reports.
"I want to put all my focus in football and see where it takes me," Wilson told The New York Times. "I know that I have the talent, aptitude and leadership to succeed...
DENVER — The Rockies are expanding their FanFest next weekend, providing a day for the general public.
Season-ticket holders and mini-plan holders will have exclusive access Saturday Jan. 21 at Coors Field to coaches and players. The Denver Post has confirmed that Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez, Jason Giambi, Dexter Fowler and Wilin Rosario are among the players attending this...
Disturbing the peace charges were dismissed against the Rockies' Drew Pomeranz on Friday regarding an October incident in Oxford, Miss.
Former Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson has decided he will not report to spring training for the Colorado Rockies, and will instead pursue a professional football career.
Disturbing the peace charges were dismissed against Rockies’ pitcher Drew Pomeranz involving an October incident in Oxford, Miss., according to his agent.
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Disturbing the peace charges were dismissed against the Rockies' Drew Pomeranz today regarding an October incident in Oxford, Miss.
Former Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson has notified the Colorado Rockies he is pursuing football and will not report to spring training, a source close to Wilson told ESPN.com's Joe Schad.