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Can Trevor Rewrite An Even Better Story In 2017?

Trevor Story in 2016 with Double-A New Britain Rock Cats (Photo: Gabe Rodriguez) The Colorado Rockies Trevor Story exploded onto the scene in 2016 when he batted .260 with 21 home runs and 57 RBI’s in his first 81 games. The second year shortstop started the second half on a tear batting .340, with six home runs and 15 RBI’s in just 16 games before going down with a season...
Via Legends On Deck
4 hours ago

Rockies' Story wants to pen tale on defense

Rockies shortstop Trevor Story hit 27 home runs in his rookie season, but he also wants to be known for his defense.
Via mlb.com
23 hours ago

Rockies' Story wants to show power surge was not fiction

For all Trevor Story accomplished in a record rookie season, his biggest takeaway is this: Slide feet first. A painful lesson and one that ended the Colorado Rockies shortstop's outstanding season in late July after he tore a ligament in his left thumb trying avoid a tag while reaching for second base . Before his injury, Story was making headlines for his improbable power surge...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Thumb healed, Story aims to limit headfirst slides

Rockies second-year shortstop Trevor Story plans to slide feet first, since a headfirst slide was the beginning of a left thumb injury that halted his standout rookie season last July 30. But a plan is not a guarantee.
Via mlb.com
5 days ago

Trevor Story is the second best Colorado Rockies shortstop ever

Trevor Story has filled some big shoes. Considering that it was only a year and a half ago that the Rockies traded the best shortstop in their history, the Colorado Rockies have to feel good about their shortstop situation. They have a great young starter who made the transition to the big leagues look easy and also one of the best shortstop prospects in baseball developing in the...
Via Purple Row
13 days ago

It’s Time for the Rockies to Innovate

I can understand why you would dream on the Rockies if you live in Denver or if you just want to see some new blood in the NL playoff field. Nolan Arenado is a MVP-caliber player. Trevor Story could settle in as a two- or three-win shortstop. Brendan Rodgers will soon arrive to help in the middle infield. Carlos Gonzalez can still hit. Charlie Blackmon can, too, and there are other...
Via Fangraphs
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies: End of a Story

It’s the end of a magical season for Rockies shortstop Trevor Story. During Saturdays game against the New York Mets, Story dove into second base and sustained a thumb injury. On Tuesday, the Colorado Rockies placed the rookie shortstop on the disabled list. It’s disappointing as a baseball fan to see a young kid having so much success and then have it end due to injury. Story...
Via isportsweb.com
August 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Trevor Story makes impressive bid for last spot on NL All-Star team

DENVER — Trevor Story broke out of a slump in grand fashion.Story tied an NL rookie record for most home runs before the All-Star break, homering twice and boosting his total to 21 while the Colorado Rockies beat the Philadelphia Phillies 11-2 on Thursday night.Story, one of five players on the ballot for the last NL All-Star spot, had a three-run drive in the third and a solo...
Via Associated Press
July 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Gerardo Parra carted off after suffering leg injury on nasty collision with Trevor Story

Colorado Rockies outfielder Gerardo Parra was carted off the field following a leg suffered in a collision with Rockies shortstop Trevor Story on Tuesday night in Denver. In the top of the third inning at Coors Field, the New York Yankees’ Jacoby Ellsbury hit a pop-up into shallow left field, where Parra was camped under the ball. Story, a rookie shortstop, apparently didn...
Via The Comeback
June 14, 2016  |  Discuss

There’s Already Been More than One Trevor Story

The first read of Trevor Story‘s split stats produces an easy narrative. In April, he recorded a .988 OPS due (in part) to ridiculous, unsustainable power. Since then, his OPS has been under .800, with half as many homers. The league adjusted to him, and he didn’t adjust back. Simple enough. Of course it’s much more complicated than that in reality, at least in terms of what’s...
Via Fangraphs
June 07, 2016  |  Discuss
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