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Adding a starting pitcher remains a top priority for the Rockies, leading them to discuss trades internally and express interest in free agents Kevin Millwood, Rich Harden and Bruce Chen.
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Here's a list of rumors involving the Colorado Rockies provided by Troy Renck of the Denver Post.
– The Rockies are interested in bringing Jamey Carroll back, but Renck isn't sure if the Rockies can afford a hitter with no power. He also believes that Carroll's market value is about $8 million for two years. The same deal that Omar Infante got.
– A return of Mark...
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The Rockies have expressed interest in free agent starters Kevin Millwood, Rich Harden, and Bruce Chen, according to Troy E. Renck of the Denver Post. They'll also be exploring the trade market.
Millwood, 37 in December, finished the season with Colorado, making nine starts with a 3.98 ERA. The Scott Boras client seeks a Major League deal, which Renck says makes this...
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The Rockies have a number of directions they can pursue to address third base, an offensive sinkhole last season.
The Colorado Rockies announced their 32-game 2012 Cactus League schedule today, which features 17 home dates, and 18 games total, played at the Rockies one-year-old Spring Training site in Scottsdale, Ariz., Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
One big question remaining for the Royals this offseason is how aggressively they will pursue free-agent lefty Bruce Chen -- who has just been named the team's pitcher of the year for 2011.
Even more intriguing: Will the Royals even have a spot open in the rotation for Chen, who went 12-8 with a 3.77 ERA?
The Royals already seem committed to Luke Hochevar, newly acquired Jonathan...
Royals standouts Alex Gordon, Bruce Chen, Melky Cabrera each excelled in 2011 and each have been recognized for their outstanding campaigns.