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Hometown - Champaign, IL College - Northern Illinois University, 1988 Sports Editor for my high school newspaper. Travels frequently - I can be found anywhere in the world.

DISGUSTING

The title of this article says it all.  I plan to keep this short until the front office makes some seismic changes.  There were two roster moves that may help the club incrementally.  Otto was activated from the DL and Tom Murphy has long at last join

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Thanks a Lot, You’re Dunn

The bullpen woes came to a head when the Rockies lost to the Reds 7-5 yesterday (Thursday) in 13 innings.  Colorado had a 5-2 lead after seven complete innings.  Tyler Anderson went seven innings giving up just two runs before handing the ball to the du

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Flip Calendar to June

  It sure feels like Colorado has been playing bad baseball over the first two months.  But the facts are: 1) Rockies are in first place in the NL West.  2) They are on pace for 87 wins.  3) The longest losing streak is three games and the longest

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Rockies Seek Home Dominance

Colorado returns to Coors Field leading the Wild West by 0.5 over Arizona, 2.5 over San Francisco, 3.5 over Los Angeles, and 5.5 over San Diego.  But the residents of the Rocky Mountain region don’t feel like there’s any reason to celebrate.

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Rockies visit San Fran and Los Angeles

Colorado arrives in San Francisco for a four-game set against arch rival San Francisco Giants tonight (Thursday) at 8:10 p.m. MDT.  The Giants and the Dodgers are struggling so bad that the Rockies are ahead of them in the standings despite their yo-yo o

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Inconsistent Bats, Steady Arms

The Angels made a touch-and-go visit to Coors Field splitting the two game series.  The real Jon Gray got up and clamped down the mighty visitors with seven shutout innings Tuesday evening.  It was impressive enough after he teetered on a tight rope in

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Colorado Continues to Play With Yo-yo

From the final game at Pittsburgh on the 18th through the Cubs and San Diego games ending on the 23rd, Colorado looked like a dumpster fire.  They lost 2-10, 5-16, 7-9, and 5-13 with one victory thrown in there.  There were no pitching and no offense an

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Nolan Freed From Suspension

When Luis Perdomo threw the baseball behind Nolan, it touched off a basebrawl that the Rockies, who were stuck in quick sand, got their fire raging across the mountainous region.  The Rockies have been 6-2 since the tussle, including the game basebrawl t

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Rox Convert Me Into Debbie Downer

I apologize if I am behaving like Debbie Downer today.  I went to see the tarot card lady.  She revealed that the Rockies are going to lose 9-3 today in the Wednesday matinee.  That gives Colorado a 1-5 opening home stand against Atlanta and San Diego

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Rox End Road Trip at 4-3

The bar was set high with the expectations by the regional fans that they would contend for the NL West title when Colorado’s season opened in Arizona a week ago.  DJLM started the season’s first inning with a solo blast.  Suddenly somebody

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