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Just My Take: Broncos neighborhood power rankings

  With the start of Denver Broncos training camp just days away, folks are clamoring for the death of summer and football season to be reborn. And since there are no greater fans than those of the Denver Broncos, it seems only appropriate that we rank them…by neighborhood. So before we plunge off the cliff that is the NFL season, I give you that divine pecking order with a Denver...
Via BSN Denver
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The (Tu)highs and (Tu)lows of the Tulo era

Drafted by the Colorado Rockies with the seventh overall pick in the 2005 amateur draft, Troy Tulowitzki, for nine seasons, was Rockies baseball. The all-star shortstop affectionately known as “Tulo” made his Major League debut in 2006, at the age of 21, appearing in 25 games at the end of the season. The next year, Tulowitzki cemented himself as the Rockies’ starting shortstop...
Via Mile High Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Ranking Tulowitzki among the Rockies greats

Todd Helton. Larry Walker. Dante Bichette. And now Troy Tulowitziki. All names, as of Monday, of former Rockies considered among the team’s all-time greats. With the trade of Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays, Colorado says goodbye to one of the most prolific offensive and defensive talents to patrol Coors Field. Ten years ago the Rockies’ No. 1 draft pick signed with the...
Via Mile High Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

A-Rod celebrates 40th birthday with record-setting homer in Texas

  Alex Rodriguez is hitting home runs in his 40s, just like he did as a teenager. A-Rod marked his 40th birthday Monday night by homering for the New York Yankees against Texas, the team that gave him his first huge contract. His sixth-inning drive off Matt Harrison was his big league-best sixth on his birthday, according to STATS, breaking a tie with Todd Helton, Chipper Jones...
Via AP on Fox
7 days ago  |  Discuss

PODCASTS: BSN Denver Sports Desk 7/27

  The inaugural episode of the BSN Denver Sports Desk on Mile High Sports Radio AM 1340 hosted by Adam Kinney and Josh Dover. The guys jumped into many local topics including; Rockies trade deadline, Derek Wolfe’s suspension, Todd Helton’s Hall of Fame chances, the Nuggets future with Emmanuel Mudiay and much more. Here’s your audio! The BSN Denver Sports Desk is your ONLY...
Via BSN Denver
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Rockies look to rebound against Rangers

If there are one thing the 2015 Colorado Rockies should be used to it’s a rain delay. So far during the 2015 season, the Rockies have been halted by rain for 26+ hours. ”We invented it,” manager Walt Weiss said.”We’ve been making it rain all year. I don’t think I’ve ever seen rain in San Diego. This is strange.” With a 39-51 record, Colorado is still looking for its...
Via Mile High Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

The Mount Rushmore of Denver Sports by the experts

  Each head writer of every team at BSN Denver was tasked to pick ONE player to represent that team on the Mount Rushmore of Denver Sports. Players were selected for greatest overall impact on that team/program. Without further ado, we present BSN Denver’s Mount Rushmore of Denver Sports! Denver Broncos John Elway Nominated by Rich Kurtzman When it comes to the greatest...
Via BSN Denver
18 days ago  |  Discuss

The MHS all-time Rockies All-Star starting lineup

Tuesday night in Cincinnati the Colorado Rockies will have three players – three infielders, to be exact – on the National League roster for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. It got those of us in the office wondering, “Will all three Rockies be on the field at the same time tonight?” With second baseman D.J. LeMahieu starting (due to Dee Gordon’s injury) and shortstop Troy...
Via Mile High Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Troy Tulowitzki no longer the best player on Rockies infield?

Ever since Todd Helton retired, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki has been synonymous with the Colorado Rockies. However, Tulowitzki is arguably not even the best player on the Rockies infield anymore. Tim Healey of Sports On Earth compares Tulowitzki’s statistics this seasons with third baseman Nolan Arenado and second baseman DJ LeMahieu. According to various offensive and defensive...
Via Fox Sports
June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

One-on-one with Todd Helton

Todd Helton is the Colorado Rockies. He’s the only player in franchise history with his number retired (apologies to Jackie Robinson, but he never played in Colorado). He is the best “receiver of the baseball” Jim Tracy has ever seen. He’s funny. He respects the game. And, he knows it was his responsibility to give back to the game. His numbers are Hall of Fame worthy, and...
Via Mile High Sports
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Rockies' Arenado learning from Tulowitzki just as he learned from Helton

Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is arguably the face of the Colorado Rockies franchise right now. Though at 30-years-old, his days as that face will eventually come to an end whether because of age, injury or trade. Third baseman Nolan Arenado, at 24-years-old, is the most likely to take on that mantle following Tulo. Before Tulowitzki, Todd Helton was synonymous with the Rockies. Tulowitzki...
Via Fox Sports
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

MHSM 150 Covers Contest: 21-25

In nearly 13 years of publishing, Mile High Sports Magazine has now produced more than 150 unique covers. Throughout the month of June, YOU tell us which one is the best. Covers 21 – 25 include Todd Helton’s only cover appearance, Rod Smith, and the U.S. Women’s Open with Annika Sorenstam. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook where we’ll showcase some of our staff favorites...
Via Mile High Sports
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Throwback Thursday - All-Time Greats - First Base

View image | gettyimages.com Paul Goldschmidt has returned from a season ending injury in 2014 to another hot start, hitting .329/.440/.611 with 12 HRs and 38 RBI in 46 games.  Adrian Gonzalez has swung a hot bat as well in 2015, owning a .341/.417/.628 slash that has led to 17 doubles, 10 home runs and 35 RBI.  All-Time Greats - Catchers   But compared to the All...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Different Strokes

The dream was really no different than it ever was. The feeling of being rushed. Getting called upon, but never quite being able to get ready. Always in slow motion. It used to happen all the time, but not lately. Todd Helton had the dream “quite often” when he played baseball for a living. But when he stopped, so too did the dream. It just went away. But in April, the night...
Via Mile High Sports
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Why Baseball is Great

Every year, hope springs eternal for our hometown baseball team. I can’t tell you how many amazing days I’ve had at Coors Field since moving here in 1999. Sun-splashed opening days and freezing-cold World Series nights in October, mixed with a wide variety of different games, have made going to watch the Rockies game a thrill. My family hasn’t been to one single Broncos game...
Via Mile High Sports
April 07, 2015  |  Discuss

The 20 Moments, 20 Years

Angry because the Rockies have yet to win a division title? Rocktober beginning to feel like a distant memory? Well, sure; we all want to root, root, root for the home team, especially when they win. But records and pennants aside, a quick stroll down Memory Lane reveals that Coors Field has been the home of one fantastic experience after another. As sports fans, that’s all we...
Via Mile High Sports
April 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Famous fibs: A look at other big lies

The cover-up is can be worse than the crime. And Southern California cornerback Josh Shaw is far from the first sports figure to spin a bogus story to explain an injury. Some of the most famous lies in pro sports have involved athletes trying to cover themselves for things they know they shouldn't be doing. Tough to explain to your bosses paying millions of dollars that you can't...
Via AP on Fox
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado Rockies “what if”: Todd Helton

If you haven’t had a chance to read ESPN’s Baseball Tonight “What If” series, I highly recommend it; especially the Ken Griffey, Jr. special. Big names like Jayson Stark evaluate some pretty interesting things from baseball’s more recent history. Their work combined with the Colorado Rockies retiring Todd Helton’s number this week got me thinking about a different what...
Via isportsweb.com
August 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Todd Helton’s ceremonial weekend was bittersweet

To begin, two important confessions: First, I am a fan of the Colorado Rockies. Despite their current record, perceived or actual ineptitude, or inability to win their own division, I will always cheer first, and loudest, for the Colorado Rockies. Second, I am a Todd Helton fan. Now that both of those truths are out in broad daylight, I offer the crux of this very column: Something...
Via Mile High Sports
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Helton’s retirement ceremony

Not much to say here, other than that Sunday was the best day of Rockies baseball in a long time. #Retire17 went off without a hitch, people heard Todd Helton speak in public about how he was glad he spent his entire career with the Rockies (wonder shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was paying attention), and oh yeah, the Rockies won both of their games against the Cincinnati Reds. Drew...
Via Mile High Sports
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

It was a great day to be a fan of the Colorado Rockies

Todd Helton overshadowed a great day for the Rockies.Todd Helton showed up at Coors Field, and apparently dropped off some of his bats.In what will go down as one of the best days in the 2014 season, but also one of the best days in Colorado Rockies fans memory, Helton's number was retired in a moving pregame ceremony, then the Rockies won two games in dramatic fashion.Unfortunately...
Via Rockies Review
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies retire Helton's No. 17 jersey after 17-year career in Colorado

  Todd Helton brought the crowd at Coors Field to its feet again Sunday when the Colorado Rockies retired the No. 17 jersey of their longtime first baseman. Helton, a career .316 hitter, retired after last season following a stellar 17-year career, all with the Rockies. He is the first player in the team's 22-year history to have his number retired. With his wife and two daughters...
Via AP on Fox
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies retire Helton's No. 17 jersey

DENVER (AP) Todd Helton brought the crowd at Coors Field to its feet again Sunday when the Colorado Rockies retired the No. 17 jersey of their longtime first baseman. Helton, a career .316 hitter, retired after last season following a stellar 17-year career, all with the Rockies. He is the first player in the team's 22-year history to have his number retired. With his wife and two...
Via AP on Fox
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

As Colorado Rockies kick off Todd Helton weekend, get ready for the local hatred

Todd Helton takes far too much criticism.Some things aren't meant to be understood.For years, when Todd Helton was in his prime, I thought that the only thing that would hold him back from Cooperstown was the perception from national writers who discounted his Coors Field numbers. As Helton aged, however, the critics weren't coming from that national writers, but instead, the local...
Via Rockies Review
August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies plan three-day celebration to retire Todd Helton's No. 17

Todd Helton's jersey will be retired in a big way this weekend in Colorado. The Rockies are going to celebrate the first baseman's career. He hit .316 with 369 home runs and 1,406 RBI from 1997-2013. Helton, the eighth overall pick in the 1995 MLB Draft, is the franchise's all-time leader in homers, RBI, games played (2,247), hits (2,519), runs (1,401), singles (1,521), doubles ...
Via Fox Sports
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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