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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.

Series Win on Leg One of Long Trip

The Colorado Rockies take the series win on the first leg of the three-city road trip.  They won the first game Tuesday before postponing the game Wednesday night making it a day-night doubleheader Thursday.  They won the day game before getting shut ou

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Final Four vs. Dodgers in Litmus Test

Colorado took two out of three in each series against Arizona and Chicago.  The record on the current home stand is at 4-2.  Last week I mentioned that the target is a 6-4 home stand with two series win and a split against the Dodgers.  So far so good.

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Upcoming Litmus Paper Test

Colorado Rockies return home for a tough 10-game home stand after a 4-2 quick trip to the Southwest.  After winning the series 2-1 in the desert, they traveled to the Gaslight Lamp district to narrowly escape the Friars with a 2-1 series win to end a 4-2

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Rox Cool Off vs. Nationals

After a promising start to the four-game series against Washington with a 8-4 victory, Colorado skidded to a three-game losing streak.  The Nationals were red-hot coming into Coors Field and they treated Coors as gasoline added to their flaming bats.  T

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Rockies – NL West Leaders

After winning three of four games at AT&T Park, Colorado managed to split a two-game series in the Chavez Ravine against the Dodgers.  That completed a six-game jaunt through California with a 4-2 record.  The season road record stands at 7-3 while

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Rockies in Offensive Slump

After winning the first two games of the season with some slugging, Colorado has scored one, two, two, four, six, three, three, and zero runs over the next eight games.  That’s only 21 runs in eight games.  Pitching has bailed out the Rockies in

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Rockies Host Dodgers For Three Games

The Rockies opened the season with a 3-1 series win in Milwaukee against the scrappy Brewers.  The offense produced just enough runs in the first two games to hold off the Brewers 7-5 and 7-6 in the first two games.  Jon Gray and Tyler Anderson did not

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Rockies Roster Becoming More Clear

It should be the final off season post before Opening Day on April 3rd in Milwaukee.  The roster crunch time is two weeks from now.  Injuries, thanks to BobinWV, has been a factor in the competition to determine who gets on the plane to Milwaukee.  The

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Rockies Muscle Past Dodgers, 10-9

It was a typical spring training game where the Rockies had beaten up the Dodgers’ regulars 8-2 over the first seven innings.  Then the Rox pitching staff let the scrubs of the Dodgers rally to make the game close with Colorado prevailing 10-9. 

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