The Rockies have Colorado Springs-aphobia
Whatever the reason, the Colorado Rockies are wrong to have pitchers skip triple-A in Colorado Springs and come straight to the Show
Guaranteeing athletic scholarships for life
A new push by NCAA to guarantee four-year athletic scholarships to student athletes would bring SEC back to the pack
Time to dig deep in Fort Collins
The talk out of Fort Collins is becoming stale, the time has come to put up or shut up about a new football stadium on the CSU campus
A trade straight out of leftfield
Even with the Colorado Rockies free-falling there is a chance that the they can be a seller and a buyer at the trade deadline
Improving and updating America’s pastime
After suggesting changes to the game of soccer to improve it’s marketability in the U.S. it’s time to suggest changes to the game I played
Tony Gwynn is a one-of-a kind loss
Tony Gwynn was special to baseball at all levels and his early passing has struck so many people. He was a special a player and great friend
Will the silence from Pepsi Center be golden?
Denver Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly has kept his team out of the spotlight this offseason, will that translate into success next year?
Rushing Eddie Butler to the majors is a mistake
The Rockies need pitching help, so they are moving a hot prospect from double-A all the way to the big leagues; that’s a bad move in the long run
Will you listen to the World Cup on radio?
The World Cup of soccer begins next month in Brazil with all the eyes of the sporting world glued to the action. Is soccer worthy of play on sports radio, though?
Rockies must not rush the prospects
The temptation for the Colorado Rockies to elevate some of their young pitching prospects is already starting. They need to move carefully on this matter.