Monday, January 23, 2017

2016 MLB All-Star festivities full of highs and lows for Rockies

Great defense and promising pitching highlighted an All-Star break for the Colorado Rockies that also included some disappointing offensive performances.
Jose Reyes case

You can’t use defense as an excuse for why Trevor Story isn’t playing in...

Trevor Story has made a splash during his rookie season, but all everyone talks about is his ability at the plate. What about his fielding?
Colorado Rockies

The Colorado Rockies need to find more home-run hitters, not trade them away

The Colorado Rockies have a few of the best home-run hitters in baseball, but as a whole, they could use a little more power
Carlos Gonzalez

If the Rockies are ever going to trade Carlos Gonzalez, they should do it...

If the Colorado Rockies have any intentions of trading Carlos Gonzalez, they should do it now, while his value is at an all-time high

Respect for the Rockies begins and ends at the All-Star Game

The Rockies won't be earning any national respect in October any time soon, so it's time they start doing so during the Midsummer Classic.
Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez optimistic about the Home Run Derby and second half chances

Carlos Gonzalez is ready to put on a show in San Diego and bring home the Home Run Derby championship
Colorado Rockies

The record may be similar, but the Colorado Rockies feel much improved from last...

The Colorado Rockies may just be a game improved from this time last season, but, to a man, they feel like a significantly different ball club
Tyler Anderson

Tyler Anderson went from steady diet of scrambled eggs to fastballs

Tyler Anderson's road to the big league has been strenuous and imperfect, but after his first month in the majors, it's looking to have paid off

The Rockies shouldn’t be sellers after the All-Star break

The standings suggest that the Rockies should be thinking like a seller after the All-Star break. History says they ought to leave well enough alone.

Gerardo Parra closer to a return from ankle injury

Gerardo Parra is inching closer and closer to a return from a high ankle sprain he suffered last month after colliding with Trevor Story