Friday, February 22, 2019

Opinion: Daniel Murphy can rake, but his past comments are tough to ignore

Daniel Murphy is career .299 hitter and has been to the playoffs four times, but on multiple occasions the middle infielder has made homophobic comments.

Daniel Murphy signed with Rockies because they have “Real shot at winning World Series”

Murphy believes the Colorado Rockies can compete for a World Series with their young budding nucleus and opted to sign with the club on a two-year, $24 million contract with a mutual option for the 2021 season.

MHS Roundtable: Previewing the rest of the offseason for the Colorado Rockies

Before the Rockies take the field in 2019, the front office will need to make some decisions about the roster. We look at what questions the Rockies need to answer before first pitch of the 2019 season.

Rockies add free agent infielder Daniel Murphy

The Colorado Rockies add free agent Daniel Murphy.

Compromise is key in the Rockies’ search for a new first baseman

The Colorado Rockies have multiple free agent options for a new first baseman. Unfortunately for the club, none of the potential targets are without flaw.

What new hitting coach Dave Magadan brings to the Rockies’ 2019 lineup

The Colorado Rockies struggled to hit away from Coors Field last season. Will Dave Magadan solve the Rockies' offensive woes?

Moving Blackmon, while acquiring additional help, could aid Rockies’ woes

The Colorado Rockies have discussed moving Charlie Blackmon and Ian Desmond to different positions. Here is why the moves would make sense.

Patrick Saunders, on first basemen Santana, Encarnacion: ‘legit candidates for a trade’ to Rockies

The Denver Post's Patrick Saunders breaks down the Rockies' chances of adding a first baseman via trade.

MLB Winter Meetings Live with Jena Garcia: GM Bridich says Hoffman could make rotation

Mile High Sports' Jena Garcia reports on the Rockies' latest from MLB's Winter Meetings.

MLB Winter Meetings Live with Jena Garcia: Rockies in mix for Cleveland’s Encarnacion

Mile High Sports is live at the MLB Winter Meetings, where the Rockies are pursuing multiple first basemen in trades.