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Motivation for another day

Not much analysis other than we died in another Kendrick air raid last night. (When does the hurting stop?) That, and Nick Groke set off a Twitter storm that ended up with folks attacking Tracy Ringolsby for defending Tulo. Gawd. The comment wasn’t

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BREAKING: Pen melts – for Dodgers

OK, show of hands – how many of you turned tonight’s contest off in the 7th? After a two and a half hour rain delay, and what had all the makings of another Dodger victory after another Rockies bullpen meltdown, I’m sure lots of folks we

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FirstLook: Rockies @ Dodgers, 5.16.15

We didn’t get to enjoy the post-trade-rumor Troy Tulowitzki very long, if this quad tightness is building up to the full-blown rippage of previous episodes. He’s out tonight, after saying last night he wasn’t worried “at all”

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Two sets of X-rays and too much Trout

I think if the Rockies weren’t on an 11-game slide, tonight’s 2-1 loss in Anaheim at the hands of the Angels doesn’t look as bad. It really came down to a couple of Mike Trout takeaways, and the Angels finally dinking and dunking their w

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Why not just make 10 louder?

In the midst of an epic Rockies losing streak at 10 games, there are a lot of crazy ideas being thrown out on what should be done. 1) Fire Weiss. There is absolutely nothing Weiss can do with this roster and its current performance. Did he pick the wrong

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Blame it on the Tulo?

So you think you got it all figured out, eh? You’ve analyzed the season and the one and only reason for the lack of any sort of run at the playoffs lies squarely at the feet of #2? It would seem that for the past few seasons the talk, invariably, tu

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Smoke and Mirrors?

It says more about the NL West than the Rockies, that after going 4-11 in the last 15 games they still find themselves sitting in third place in the division, only four games back from the division leading Diamondbacks.  You try to pull that stunt in the

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Rockies Get Weiss First Win of Career

Jorge De La Rosa struggled with command, but that didn’t stop the Rockies from handing Walt Weiss, their first year manager, the win at the end of the game. De La Rosa only lasted 4 1/3, giving up four runs on 5 hits.  He also walked three, struck

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Season Opener Full of Promise, Loss

The Rockies came into the 2013 season ready to show the world that they could compete. With all of the conjecture over the past few weeks, especially owner Dick Monfort’s praise of the offense as well as the bullpen before the season began, one woul

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Spring Has Sprung a Rox Lineup

The Rockies will take on the Arizona Diamondbacks today at 1:10 for their first game of spring.  The lineup is full of starters with a notable absences in Helton, who Weiss has mentioned will be taking several games off so as not to push it too much

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