NICE KICKS, ANYWAY.

ROX HUMILIATED IN ARLINGTON; METS, MARLINS ON FOR A LITTLE MILE HIGH HOSPITALITY It doesn’t get any worse than that. Sunday afternoon Jon Gray had actually pitched as well as he has in a month,

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 act

STUCK IN NEUTRAL, GOING NOWHERE.

LOUSY ROX ARE SWEPT ANEW; VISITING PHILLY, TEXAS:  MAYBE NO ONE WILL NOTICE A bit less than a month ago the Colorado Rockies looked to be just short of turning a major corner in their development. 

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 gi

5280 BULLPEN BLUES.

ROX SKIDDING AS RELIEF CORPS COLLAPSES; 3 UP IN CINCI AHEAD OF DBACKS VISIT As headlined by RMH in his cheery, optimistic post from last week, the Colorado Rockies’ 2018 calendar turned to June

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) T

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

AG CALLS HIS SHOT.

ROX DO THE SPLITS IN SD, SF; LA IS NEXT The Colorado Rockies elected to tread water the week of May 14.  They won one and lost one in San Diego, setting RMH off on a bit of a rant, then won 2 and los

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