Friday, September 20, 2019

Opening Day optimism rests on Rockies’ starting pitching

The Rockies took two of three from Arizona to start the season. Why not keep things rolling with some Opening Day optimism?

The Colorado Rockies can’t stay out of their own way

Don't be fooled by the positives happening with the Colorado Rockies right now. There's plenty of bad to wash away the good.

Colorado’s weekend split with the Giants should be cause for celebration

The Rockies matched the loaded San Francisco Giants pitching rotation pitch for pitch over a four-game split this weekend.
Trevor Story

Young Rockies shortstop Trevor Story will need to finish what he’s starting

If he's truly going to put Troy Tulowitzki out of the fans' minds, Trevor Story will have to finish the season strong as well

The Colorado Rockies are getting it done, bad expenditures and all

Despite having nearly 40 percent of their payroll tied up in two players who aren't contributing, the Rockies are set up well this year and beyond.

Broncos QB quandary is very clear; John Elway should call Colin Kaepernick

It’s time for the greatest man in Colorado sports history to take his own advice.

Should the Broncos move on from Demaryius Thomas?

The veteran wide receiver has racked up over 8,500 receiving yards and 58 touchdowns in his career. Some fans feel the veteran wide receiver is not worth his paycheck though.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Isaiah Thomas (3) and Denver Nuggets forward Will Barton (5) battle for the ball in the first half during an NBA basketball game at Staples Center. The Lakers defeated the Nuggets 112-103.

Isaiah Thomas just wants an opportunity to play

Isaiah Thomas open to coming off of the bench.

The Mile-High Climb: How the Broncos can make the NFL playoffs

Case Keenum must revive Denver’s offense if the Broncos hope to compete in the rough-and-tumble AFC West.

The master of crunch time, John Elway, faces it again entering the draft

For the first time in a long time, maybe since the embarrassing loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIV, John Elway must quiet his critics.