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Walt Weiss compliments Wilin Rosario's at-bats

Since being recalled from Triple A, Wilin Rosario has been hitting like he doesn’t want to get sent back down. He’s hitting .293 with five multi-hit games since May 10. MLB.com quotes manager Walt Weiss on Rosario:"I've seen him lay off some tough breaking balls, and I think he's made an adjustment there," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said on Wednesday. "It's a dangerous bat. Any...
Via Fox Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies: Time to shop Wilin Rosario

After signing free agent catcher Nick Hundley to a two-year $6.25 million deal, the Colorado Rockies are faced with a three-way controversy behind the dish, which includes Wilin Rosario and Michael McKenry. Hundley was brought on to be the starting catcher, leaving Rosario, the Rockies starting backstop for the past three seasons, to come up with ways to get at-bats. The power-hitting...
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January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Player Profile #187: Wilin Rosario | C | COL

Last year Wilin Rosario’s HR/FB rate fell, but his average fly ball distance went up. Wait, what? It’s true according to Baseball Heat Maps: Rosario’s average fly ball distance, 2012-2014 (Courtesy: BaseballHeatMaps.com) When it comes to analyzing Rockies’ batters, I’ve learned the numbers are often beyond comprehension. There’s just no analogous situation to playing...
Via Baseball Professor
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Hey Rockies, don’t rid of Rosario just yet

Pitching woes and the Colorado Rockies have become synonymous. It has undoubtedly been the biggest weak spot of the franchise since its berth two decades ago. And watching Madison Bumgarner single handedly win the World Series for the San Francisco Giants was evidence of how important pitching is to a team’s post season success. But recent talks in Denver have many demanding a...
Via isportsweb.com
November 02, 2014  |  Discuss

What Happened to Wilin Rosario?

After a breakout 2013 season in which Wilin Rosario hit .292 with 21 home runs, fantasy owners had high hopes entering the 2014 season. Unfortunately, he struggled for the first two months of the season before ultimately finding his way the last four months of the season. During the first two months of the year he had a .225/.261/.395 slash line with a .240 BABIP. In the last four...
Via Baseball Professor
September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies win on Wilin Rosario walk-off home run

Wilin Rosario has the power to be a big impact bat.What might have been.That is the phrase that fans of the Colorado Rockies have been saying all season long when it comes to Wilin Rosario. Throughout the course of the season, the catcher has proven to be yet another disappointment in a long line of disappointing catching prospects for the Rockies.Heading into the 2014 season, many...
Via Rockies Review
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

As eyes turn attention to football, Colorado Rockies fans shouldn't quiet down

Dick Monfort needs to feel the heat all winter long.When Wilin Rosario grounded out to shortstop to end the game and the Colorado Rockies late rally on Tuesday night, something became official that was bound to happen for months.The Rockies were officially eliminated from playoff contention.Most would have believed that the club was eliminated sometime back in June, but it took until...
Via Rockies Review
September 10, 2014  |  1 Comment

It’s still too early to give up on Rosario

The expected became official Thursday when the Colorado Rockies were forced to place catcher Wilin Rosario on the disabled list because of left wrist inflammation. Rosario hasn’t played since August 22 because of the lingering problem. This DL-stint will be the second long stretch of games the 25-year-old catcher has missed this season (he missed 13 games in early May), and the...
Via Mile High Sports
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies need Wilin Rosario to rebound quickly

Wilin Rosario’s season probably didn’t start out the way he would have liked, arguing with starter Jorge De La Rosa during the Rockies opening day loss to Miami. In hindsight, it’s fitting that Rosario’s season started on such a down note because it’s been pretty much all frustration since then. Rosario avoided the sophomore slump last season, turning in a performance almost...
Via Mile High Sports
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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