The Rapids have found success when they embrace who they are: A defensive team that withstands onslaughts from opponents and takes advantage of counters.
"It felt great because the fans were so nice," Adjei-Boateng said. "[I] also feel very frustrated because we didn’t win the game."
A day in the life of Colorado Rapids forward Shkëlzen Gashi has all the workings of the latest James Bond film.
The Costa Rica native made four appearances, including one start and contributed one assist in what was his rookie season last year.
The game on Saturday will be the Crew's third in only nine days. On top of that, they must play in the thin air of the Mile High City.
Before Saturday's game, Cooke's audition for the Rapids' head coaching position had not gone well.
Colorado had to wait six games for the services of midfielder Jermaine Jones, but was rewarded for their patience as he scored and assisted in a 2-1 victory in his Rapids debut.
Blomberg becomes the Rapids’ first offseason signing and will occupy an international roster spot in 2018.
There is only one Shkëlzen Gashi. That being said, there is at least one other person out there that looks like the Colorado Rapids forward.
"There's not much advice you can give if you're not prepared for it, because it sucks," Howard said about his advice to teammates on playing at altitude.