This week in the Rockies podcast the talk is all about the Cubs, a lack of trade deadline deals, and tough offseason decisions
Cubs rookie Javier Baez hit a go-ahead extra-innings blast in his first major league game to put Chicago over the Rockies 6-5 Tuesday.
Last place in the West, it’s too late to save this season, but the Rockies’ rotation has improved dramatically since the all-star break, offering a bit of hope for the future
The short-handed Rockies were shut out 4-0 by Detroit ace Anibal Sanchez Sunday, capping off a three-game sweep for the Tigers.
Detroit exercised thier considerable firepower on Colorado Saturday, blowing out the short-handed Rockies 11-5.
Starter Franklin Morales hung around long enough to earn quality start, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Detroit, as the Rockies lost 4-2 Friday.
The Rockies avoided extra innings, but couldn’t manage a split with Chicago, losing 3-1 Thursday to limp out of Wrigley.
A slow trade deadline is a signal the Rockies are ready to bring the gang back together next season instead of accepting the obvious and starting to rebuild the roster.
What’s it really going to take for the Colorado Rockies to fire Dan O’Dowd? Here’s the road map to ending the worst GM tenure in Colorado history
The Rockies managed to wrangle something positive out of their visit to Wrigley, winning 6-4 in extra innings Wednesday against the Cubs.