As opening day nears for the Rockies, they're looking for their guys to have closer mentalities in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings.
The parkas are packed away, the days are starting to last longer and people's attention is turning away from the hot stove and towards cacti and grapefruits.
While the Texas Rangers are looking for Tom Brady's missing jersey, Benny Bash reminds us of some of the greatest heists in Denver sports history.
Found on the WBC rosters were three members of the Colorado Rockies: third baseman Nolan Arenado, outfielder Carlos Gonzalez and pitcher Jake McGee.
The lovable pantless triceratops Dinger, will make a delivery to your loved one this Valentine's Day for a small fee of $150.
On Thursday, the Rockies announced their list of non-roster invitees. Sprinkled amongst the names are several with MLB experience and a few top prospects.
Ian Desmond is expected to start at first for the Rockies next season; but the retention of Reynolds does open up some interesting possibilities.
The Colorado Rockies announced that they had traded Butler to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for right-handed relief pitching prospect James Farris.
Brown is best remembered for his time with the Phillies, with whom he made the All-Star team in 2013. A veteran of 493 MLB games, he is a career .246 hitter.
The Colorado Rockies have already spent $89 million this offseason, which puts them in the top five in offseason spending.