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Can Larry Walker Get Any Momentum For Hall Of Fame Votes?

Former Colorado Rockies’ outfielder and league MVP Larry Walker is on  the Hall of Fame ballot, but will he be able to generate any momentum for his case for Cooperstown in 2015? Loaded. The word to describe professional sports owners, ...

What Would It Take To Sign Brett Anderson?

The Colorado Rockies remain interested in starting pitcher Brett Anderson. What would it take to sign him? The Rockies know that they have to get creative to build a starting rotation. They have to draft and develop, those magic buzz ...

Rockies Rumors: Teams Wary Of Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez Trades

The Colorado Rockies could be open to a trade for either Troy Tulowitzki or Carlos Gonzalez this winter, but rumors have been quiet so far. Could that be because teams are wary of a potential deal? Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos ...

The Bullpen: The Great Equalizer?

The Colorado Rockies may be closer to competing than we think and it may come down to something they haven’t explicitly addressed in the short weeks of the early off-season. It may be the bullpen. Relievers are generally a finicky ...

Juan Nicasio Designated For Assignment

The Colorado Rockies very well might have seen the last of Juan Nicasio, as the right-handed pitcher was designated for assignment this week as the team set its 40-man roster. If this is the end of the Juan Nicasio era ...

Boone Logan: 2014 Colorado Rockies Player Grade

Boone Logan signed a three-year, $16.5 million deal with the Colorado Rockies before the 2014 season. To say that his first season did not go well would be a vast understatement.  Disaster. It seemed that the word ‘disaster’ did not ...

Jordan Lyles: 2014 Player Grade

It’s hard to say who Jordan Lyles might have been if he’d been given a full season to find out. But he has potential to be a major contributor in the future. The bottom line about Jordan Lyles is that ...

Troy Tulowitzki Trade Talks, Imagined

The Colorado Rockies are reportedly willing to listen to Troy Tulowitzki trade offers this winter. Teams are reportedly talking about that option. Let’s talk about these trade talks. The Rockies are willing to talk about trading Troy Tulowitzki. That could ...

Justin Morneau Flashes Power In Japan Series (Video)

Justin Morneau and Franklin Morales are representing the Colorado Rockies on the MLB team that is currently in Japan playing a series against the Japanese National Team. Right now, there is a team of MLB “All-Stars” getting their tails kicked ...

Rockies Rumors: Michael Cuddyer Almost Returned To Colorado?

Michael Cuddyer was reportedly giving serious consideration to accepting a qualifying offer from the Colorado Rockies before he signed a two-year deal with the New York Mets this week. On the list of possible outcomes for the Colorado Rockies after ...

It’s Time For The Rockies To Rebuild

In the wake of Michael Cuddyer signing with the New York Mets, and the team willing to listen to offers on both Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez, this might finally be the year the Rockies rebuild. The Colorado Rockies have ...

Mets Sign Michael Cuddyer, Rockies Receive Compensatory Draft Pick

Former Colorado Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer has declined the team’s qualifying offer and signed a contract to play for the New York Mets. In a move that has, for lack of a better word, shocked the baseball world, the New ...

Rockies Should Push To Sign Brett Anderson

Brett Anderson is a free agent after the Colorado Rockies declined his $12 million option for the 2015 season last week. Could the team still push to sign him? Watching Brett Anderson when he was right in 2014 conjured memories ...

Rockies Free Agency Target: Luke Hochevar

The Colorado Rockies are in desperate need of pitching and free agent Luke Hochevar could bring some much need skill to a battered bullpen. The Colorado Rockies have entered the off-season in dire need of one thing: pitching. Whether it ...

Rockies Rumors: The Russell Martin Dream Is Dead

The Colorado Rockies might have been hoping to make a big move by signing Russell Martin as the MLB hot stove gets rolling, but that dream is likely dead. Unless they somehow emerge as the “mystery team” in the next couple ...

Rockies Rumors: The Russell Martin Dream Is Dead

The Colorado Rockies might have been hoping to make a big move by signing Russell Martin as the MLB hot stove gets rolling, but that dream is likely dead. Unless they somehow emerge as the “mystery team” in the next couple ...

Troy Tulowitzki’s Trade Value Is Down, So Don’t Trade Him

Troy Tulowitzki is the subject of early trade rumors this off-season, but with his value down, should the Colorado Rockies trade him at all? I still hold out hope that the Colorado Rockies will have Troy Tulowitzki for his entire ...

Jorge De La Rosa: 2014 Player Grade

Jorge De La Rosa was one of the few consistent performers for the Rockies’ pitching staff in 2014. When we talk about player grades, we have to isolate a player’s performance from what the rest of the team did. That’s ...

Rockies Trade Rumors: Team Listening to Trade Offers For Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez

Could this finally be the off-season that the Colorado Rockies trade either Troy Tulowitzki or Carlos Gonzalez as the MLB Hot Stove heats up? According to a report from Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Rockies have officially opened their ears ...

Rockies Hire Steve Foster As Pitching Coach, Darren Holmes As Bullpen Coach

The Colorado Rockies have hired Steve Foster as their new pitching coach and Darren Holmes as their new bullpen coach. Walt Weiss and Jeff Bridich have been vigorously interviewing candidates to fill the void in their coaching staff after Bridich ...

Nolan Arenado: 2014 Colorado Rockies Player Grade

Nolan Arenado, the Gold Glove third baseman, missed 51 games for the Colorado Rockies this season and it might have started the team’s collapse. Out of all the injuries this season, this one might have hurt the most. Nolan Arenado was having a career ...

Rockies Extend Qualifying Offer to Michael Cuddyer

In a surprising move, the Colorado Rockies have extended a qualifying offer to outfielder Michael Cuddyer. Actually, scratch that: extending a qualifying offer to a 35-year old coming off an injury filled year would be surprising if it were any ...

Michael Cuddyer: 2014 Player Grade

Michael Cuddyer has performed very well in his years in a Rockies uniform–but he hasn’t played very much. I was a huge fan of the Rockies signing Michael Cuddyer in the 2011 offseason, and I remain so. It was a ...

Moves Jeff Bridich Should Make This Off-Season

With the World Series in the rear view mirror, it’s time for Colorado Rockies fans to focus our attention on the offseason. Here’s a look at some moves Jeff Bridich should make in his first off-season as general manager. Although ...

Rockies Decline 2015 Club Option On Brett Anderson

The Colorado Rockies made the expected move with starting pitcher Brett Anderson on Saturday, declining their $12 million option for the 2015 season and making Anderson a free agent. The Rockies made the right move with Brett Anderson. For a ...

Checking In With Rockies’ Prospect Trevor Story

Trevor Story is making a name for himself moving up in the Colorado Rockies organization. Just how good he can be is the question. October is coming to an end and the World Series champions have been crowned at last. ...

Rockies Links: Nolan Arenado, Rocktober, Jason Pridie

The Colorado Rockies face an interesting off-season. Here is a look at some of the recent things that have been written about the Rockies, their past, and some of their key players. Should watching a team like the Kansas City ...

Rex Brothers: What to do next?

The Colorado Rockies selected Rex Brothers out of Lipscomb University in Tennessee in the summer of 2009 with the 34th pick overall in the Amateur Baseball Draft. Five years later, the lefty is at an early crossroads in his big league career. ...

Michael Cuddyer Rumors: New York Mets A ‘Perfect Fit’?

Michael Cuddyer is unlikely to re-sign with the Colorado Rockies as a free agent this off-season, though the possibility cannot be ruled out? As the Hot Stove heats up this winter, could the veteran outfielder land with the New York ...

What If Joe Maddon Manages The Dodgers?

Joe Maddon stepped down from his post as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays last week. What will it mean for the Colorado Rockies and the rest of the NL West if Maddon is hired to manage the Los Angeles ...

Does Colorado Rockies Manager Walt Weiss Have Job Security?

Since taking over the managerial duties of the Colorado Rockies, Walt Weiss has compiled a record of 140-184, a mark that seems highly unsatisfactory, even for a team that’s still looking for their first division title after more than 20 ...

Troy Tulowitzki: 2014 Colorado Rockies Player Grade

This was supposed to be the year that Troy Tulowitzki was going to stay healthy all season and have an MVP season for the Colorado Rockies. During the 2013 season, Troy Tulowitzki was able to play 126 games, a huge ...

Three Rockies Named Gold Glove Finalists

Three Colorado Rockies were named Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists today, at least as many as any NL team other than Dodgers (4). Justin Morneau, DJ LeMahieu, and Nolan Arenado are the three finalists. Of the three, Arenado is the ...

Jim Wright, Bo McLaughlin Fired By Colorado Rockies

The Colorado Rockies fired their two pitching coaches on Thursday. Jim Wright and BoMcLaughlin are out as the pitching coaches in Colorado. The Rockies announced the move themselves. Pitching coaches Jim Wright & Bo McLaughlin will not return in 2015. ...

The Michael Cuddyer Problem

Michael Cuddyer is a lovable free-agent-to-be. The Colorado Rockies created a problem for themselves with Cuddyer over the course of the last three seasons. The problem with Michael Cuddyer for the Colorado Rockies is the fact that the Rockies love ...

World Series Preview: Kansas City Royals, Rocktober, And The Question Of Momentum

The 2014 World Series gets underway Tuesday night, with the Kansas City Royals reminding many people of the 2007 Colorado Rockies. Would the Colorado Rockies have won the 2007 World Series if not for that long layoff after the NLCS? ...

Road Woes for the Colorado Rockies

The Colorado Rockies will try to finally figure out their historic road woes for the 2014 season. Losing 96 games in a season will cause any organization to reflect on what can be done to better the situation. The Colorado Rockies ...

Where Will Eddie Butler Be In 2015?

Eddie Butler is one of the top prospects in the Colorado Rockies organization. But with some setbacks in 2014, where will he be in 2015? If we were scared of what would happen to top pitching prospects in Triple-A when ...

San Francisco Giants To The World Series, Again

The San Francisco Giants are appearing in the World Series. This is the third time in the last five years that the Rockies’ NL West foe has won the National League pennant. Even years. The San Francisco Giants, the team that ...

Was Jim Tracy Almost The Arizona Diamondbacks Manager?

The Arizona Diamondbacks hired Chip Hale as their new manager this week. Was former Rockies’ manager Jim Tracy almost their guy? How close were we to witnessing the return of Jim Tracy to the National League West? Well, maybe not ...

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