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Colorado Rockies news, notes and links for Wednesday, Feb. 22 It’s only three more days till the Rockies take the field for their first spring training game. It’s the time of year when hope springs eternal for not just fans but also for the ball clubs and players. Rockies ready to compete with big spenders | Rockies.com The Cactus League media day was yesterday, and while...
Via Purple Row
1 day ago

Colorado Rockies Top 25 Under 25: No. 11: Tony Wolters

  Welcome to the BSN Denver Colorado Rockies Top 25 Under 25 where we will rank the organization’s best players who will be 25 years-old or younger on Opening Day 2017. Our parameters for this list may be different than others it resembles so let us be clear about them: The list was created entirely by the BSN Rockies staff and had no other input from any outside sources. While...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago

Tony Wolters’ rapid development as catcher impresses Rockies manager Bud Black

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. — When the Rockies claimed Tony Wolters off waivers from Cleveland a year ago, it seemed unlikely that he would leave spring training with the big league club. After all, he was a middle infielder in the Indians organization, and had just moved to the catching position before joining the Rockies last spring. Turned out he was a quick study. Wolters seized the...
Via The Denver Post
2 days ago

Rockies' catching corps young but prepared

The Rockies are projected to divide catching duties between Tony Wolters, a 24-year-old with 71 Major League games under his belt, and Tom Murphy, 25, a power-hitting rookie who appeared in 32 games over the past two years.
Via mlb.com
5 days ago

Rockies to split time behind the plate between Tony Wolters and Tom Murphy

Could we be in store for another Catcher Wars this season? Take a stroll down memory lane with me for a moment. The year is 2009, and the great Catcher Wars are raging. Whether you were on the side of incumbent Yorvit Torrealba or the rising newcomer Chris Iannetta seemed to say more about you as a person than it did as an analyst, that is, depending on who you were disagreeing with...
Via Purple Row
17 days ago

The Rockies Could Have Their Best Pitch-Framing in History

In two months or so, we’ll roll out our 2017 positional power rankings. Between now and then, not a whole lot should change, so perhaps I shouldn’t go out of my way to issue spoilers. But, what the hell, here’s our current ranking of the catchers. The Giants are in first. Buster Posey is amazing! The Rockies are in last. Their catchers are also amazing, but less amazing relative...
Via Fangraphs
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Rockies claim catcher Tony Wolters from Indians

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) The Colorado Rockies have claimed catcher Tony Wolters off waivers from the Cleveland Indians. To make room on the 40-man roster, they transferred right-hander Adam Ottovino to the 60-day disabled list. Wolters, 23, spent last season at Double-A Akron, where he hit .209 with two homers and 17 RBIs and threw out 38 of 77 runners (49 percent) attempting to...
Via Associated Press
February 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Wolters Looks To Bounce Back After Injury-Ridden Season

Going into the 2016 season, the catching depth for the Indians is pretty thin. They’re lucky enough to have two outstanding catchers at the major league level in Yan Gomes and Roberto Perez. Behind the pair though, there are no viable options at Triple-A Columbus. The next player to be on the depth charts behind these two would be converted catcher Tony Wolters, but last season...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
January 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Wolters Still Looking to Catch On

Back in 2012, I had the privilege of sitting down and meeting Tribe High-A prospect Tony Wolters, who was a young, hard-working middle infield prospect who was in the infancy stage of switching positions from shortstop to second base back then. The organization was making the position move for one of their top 10 young stars because of a massive logjam that was forming at the shortstop...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

What to Do With Tony Wolters?

The Indians have a problem in the upper-middle minor league levels that they have yet to fully address. With Jason Kipnis under control through 2017, the Indians have little need for another top level second baseman, but they have a plethora available. From Carolina to Columbus, the Indians have no less than nine Major League quality prospects that could play short stop or second...
Via Burning River Baseball
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss
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