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Who will win the backup outfielder position for the Rockies?

For most teams, the question of who will be a backup outfielder on the bench isn’t of much importance. However, for the Colorado Rockies, it’s one of the more prudent questions in Spring Training as the team attempts to retool and rebuild for the coming years. During the offseason, the Rockies were adamant and clear… read more

Jordan Beck’s Hot Start in Spring Inspires Bright Future for Rockies

Unbeknownst to fans across the league, the Colorado Rockies have a glut of talented outfield prospects stacking their farm system. A log jam has been a problem for years for the Rockies and that problem could finally come to a head in 2024 and draftees begin knocking on the door of the Major League roster…. read more

3 Rockies In Need of a Breakout Spring

Spring Training is a time for veterans to shake off some rust, prospects to introduce themselves to the fan base, and a proving ground for numerous players battling for a roster spot. The Colorado Rockies, much like the rest of the league, have several players battling for limited roster space heading into the 2024 regular… read more

Is Sean Bouchard the Best Fit for the Rockies Starting Job in Right Field?

As Spring Training goes into full swing (pun definitely intended) the Colorado Rockies find themselves with a positional roster that is fairly set in stone. The infield is manned by Ryan McMahon at third, Ezequiel Tovar at short, Brendan Rodgers at second, and Kris Bryant as the newly minted starting first baseman. Elias Diaz and… read more

Don’t sleep on Connor Van Scoyoc in 2024 Rockies Fans

When the Colorado Rockies aimed to improve and increase their pitching depth in 2023, they made a slew of moves during the summer to trade for pitching. One of their first moves was sending veteran infielder Mike Moustakas to the Los Angeles Angels for right-handed prospect Connor Van Scoyoc. The move was not necessarily earth-shattering,… read more

The State of the Rockies Starting Rotation

For 31 years the greatest obstacle facing the Colorado Rockies has always been pitching. In the 90s, offense ran rampant in Colorado as games turned into slugfest night after night. It wasn’t until the early 2000s that a starting pitcher finally turned in an ERA under 5.00 for a full season. There is no doubt… read more

Every Rockie Ever Podcast: The Super Bullpen

Following the 2017 season, Jeff Bridich and the Colorado Rockies decided to spend $106 million on the bullpen, signing Jake McGee, Bryan Shaw, and Wade Davis. Unfortunately for the Rockies, none of the players finished out their contract as ineffectiveness, injury, and other circumstances forced the Rockies to cut ties with each of them. Skyler… read more

Would Joey Gallo Fit with the Rockies?

The Colorado Rockies have had a fairly uneventful offseason. Coming off a franchise-worst 103 losses in 2023, the team entered this winter aiming to address their pitching staff as they unofficially enter a full rebuild as a club. The team has a core of exciting young talent with more on the way along with a… read more

Does The Big Maple Make Sense For the Rockies?

The Colorado Rockies have an ever-present need for pitching. 2023 saw them use a franchise-record number of starting pitchers after injuries decimated the rotation and underperformance left them in turmoil. Unfortunately for the Rockies, the methods to improve their rotation aren’t as simple as they would be for other teams. Due to the nature of… read more

Every Rockie Ever Podcast: Troy Tulowitzki

Since his debut in 2006, Troy Tulowitzki quickly cemented himself as one of the best players in MLB of his generation and helped revolutionize what a shortstop could be and do at the MLB level. For years he dazzled fans with his incredible defensive prowess and imposing presence in the batters box. In this new… read more

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