Topics include a breakdown of the Colorado Rockies' lack of success with runners on base and Charlie Blackmon's season thus far.
The Colorado Rockies have had problems facing Bryce Harper all year, woes that spelled their demise in their latest 7-5 sweep-clinching loss.
It could be a critical at-bat with runners on or even a hitter's count that is dying to be utilized. In the Colorado Rockies' case, the big splash has gone dry.
The latest podcast breaks down the case for Tony Wolters in the 2019 All-Star Game and who his leading competition is currently in the National League.
The Colorado Rockies were unable to generate a late-game rally Saturday afternoon versus the Philadelphia Phillies, losing 2-1 in the second game of a three-game series.
Overall, Wolters has been rock solid for the Rockies behind the plate and in the batter's box. Should he continue to perform at a high level, he could solidify himself as the Rockies' primary catcher for this season and beyond.
The Colorado Rockies, off a split with the Boston Red Sox, entered Philadelphia with the addition of their top prospect, a move that failed to pay off.
The Colorado Rockies have officially promoted top prospect Brendan Rodgers and reinstated Jake McGee in a flurry of moves on Friday afternoon.
For the latest installment of the 20th and Blake podcast, Aniello Piro discusses the call-up of Colorado Rockies top prospect Brendan Rodgers.
Given the Rockies' trouble with injuries and lack of consistency at the plate, Brendan Rodgers will be a welcome addition to Colorado's lineup. The new blood could potentially jumpstart the Rockies' offense which has yet to reach its full potential this season.