Monday, January 21, 2019
DJ LeMahieu. Credit: Russell Lansford, USA Today SPorts.

Report: DJ LeMahieu leaves Rockies to join New York Yankees

LeMahieu officially leaves the Rockies for the New York Yankees. That opens the door for one of the team's young guns to take over.

Could Vic Fangio be the Colorado Rockies’ good luck charm in 2019?

While serving as the defensive coordinator for the 49ers and Bears, Fangio saw the cities baseball clubs' hoist championship trophies and ascend to the top ranks of the game. 
Colorado Rockies players Tony Wolters (left) and Scott Oberg (45) celebrate after defeating the Chicago Cubs in the 2018 National League wild card playoff baseball game at Wrigley Field.

Rockies and Scott Oberg agree on one-year deal after successful 2018 season

Oberg went 8-1 with a 2.45 ERA in 58.2 innings of work last season.

Rockies notes: Colorado linked to Dozier as market heats up

Could the Rockies look to fill their vacant second baseman hole with a free agent? We look at Brian Dozier and many other possibilities for Colorado.

What if Colorado Rockies open the 2019 season with this roster?

The Colorado Rockies have had a quiet offseason, one that has included only one real move. If the offseason ended tonight and Opening Day was here, what would the team look like?

Slow offseason could benefit Colorado in search for starting second baseman

Regardless if DJ LeMahieu is a viable option for the Colorado Rockies, the team should absolutely look to add a second baseman if they intend to contend for a World Series in 2019.

MHS’ Best of 2018: 25 of the year’s most terrific tales

25 of the best stories that Mile High Sports had to offer in 2018.
Player holding a bat after swing

Larry Walker’s long trek to Cooperstown is gaining ground

If Walker is able to keep his percentage above 57.5 by the time the votes are finished and announced on Jan. 22nd, he will almost certainly be inducted next year in his 10th and final time.

With no reason to stop, Rockies must continue their run in free agency

Doubling down on their acquisition of Daniel Murphy needs to be an aspiration for the Rockies. Improving their offense elsewhere as well as their bullpen are further building blocks for a successful offseason and a step forward in the division.
Todd Helton. Credit: USA TODAY Sports.

Christmas wish list for Rockies Hall of Fame candidates

The holiday season is upon us, with the New Year right around the corner. With the holidays come several important events in baseball. Whether...