The Colorado Rockies are three games out of what is currently a three-way tie for the eighth and final National League postseason spot.
The chances for even a modified version of Dick Monfort's preseason prediction to come true is officially kaput.
The path to maintained success for the Rockies may not be via trading Arenado or blowing up the team.
The Colorado Rockies dropped two of three against the Los Angeles Angels at Coors Field over the weekend, further jeopardizing their playoff chances after a hot start to the season.
Arenado and the Rockies finally won a series in Los Angeles for the first time since 2018. His week of performances won ELITE Sportsbook's athlete of the week award.
So much for that good feeling after the Colorado Rockies’ unexpected road series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers over the weekend.
With just 18 games remaining, the Colorado Rockies are gearing up for what could be a push for the postseason in 2020.
By most accounts, this was a weekend the Rockies were expected to lose. Instead they picked up the series win against the Dodgers.
The Rockies rallied from a five-run deficit to avoid a sweep with a 9-6 victory that moved the club back into third place and a game closer to .500.
The Colorado Rockies’ weekend series against the San Diego Padres painted a picture of two franchises headed in opposite directions.