While playoff teams like Houston, Kansas City and the New York Mets are loaded with hard-throwing starters, the Rockies have opted to go in another direction

Yes, it was a bad year in many respects for Rockies pitcher Kyle Kendrick, but his charitable work while in Colorado was more than good

Can Nolan Arenado become the megastar that Troy Tulowitzki never materialized into with Colorado? One Denver radio host says absolutely

With his future now secure, at least for the short term, Weiss and general manager Jef Bridich can get to work on fixing the pitching staff

Danny Williams and Marcello Romano of Morning Mayhem on Mile High Sports Radio debate whether or not Colorado would miss the Rockies

With the 2015 season now in the books and the focus on recovering and rebuilding for next year, the Rockies are bidding farewell to their fans, one fan at a time

Twitter was atwitter over the weekend, at least if your timeline includes anything sports related, about a fellow by the name of Brendan Rodgers getting fired

But before we get too far ahead of ourselves in breaking down every play by Emmanuel Mudiay, Shane Ray, Mikko Rantanen and Brendan Rodgers, it's important to set some expectations

In what we're hoping won't simply be a consolation prize for the MVP race, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado was named the National League Player of the Month

MLB and its mouthpieces may not love certain things about Colorado, but they're missing out on an opportunity to market one of the game's brightest young stars in Arenado