Friday, February 22, 2019

5 reasons to be optimistic about the Rockies

If you take a quick glance at the Colorado Rockies you might think that there's nothing to be excited about but that isn't 100% true

Rockies' Opening-Day rotation taking shape

With the season less than a week away, the Colorado Rockies Opening-Day pitching rotation is becoming more clear by the day

Rockies need to keep Butler and Gray in Triple A

The Colorado Rockies need to let their top two pitching prospects work their way up to the big leagues instead of throwing them straight into the fire
Jeff Bridich

Rockies rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic

Despite the narrative coming from within the Colorado Rockies organization nothing has changed at 20th and Blake

Rockies pitching woes show no end

Jhoulys Chacin and Jorge De la Rosa are just two of the many examples illustrating Colorado's continued pitching futility

Rockies release former ace Jhoulys Chacin

Injuries may have been the cause of Chacin's decline since the 2013 season, but many were still expecting him to be a starter for the Rockies this year

CarGo looking healthy after injury riddled season

Carlos Gonzalez looks like he is regaining the form that made him the NL batting champ in 2010 after missing 83 games last season

Arm injuries are avoidable in young pitchers

High school baseball coaches need to start protecting their pitchers from overusing their arms in an effort to help them develop into better players
Jeff Bridich

The Rockies need to think small

Perhaps it's time for the Colorado Rockies and new GM Jeff Bridich to use a new approach at home that could solve the Rockies road woes

Change in MLB is a good thing

The new MLB commissioner, Rob Manfred is on point with the changes he's making to the game and is good for baseball