Monday, March 18, 2019

Frei: Hey, baseball snobs. There’s nothing wrong with making Coors Field an amusement park

The Rockies' home attendance of 1,061,340 ranked ninth in Major League Baseball going into Wednesday night's games. Their average of 35,378 was seventh, behind only...

This Bud’s For You: Why Coaching Matters (…ahem, Broncos)

Rockies skipper Bud Black represents what a great coach can do for just about any organization. Their football-playing neighbors should take note.

Paging Wilson Chandler: You’re needed by a Nugget near you

He's called on mostly for his defense these days, but when Wilson Chandler is aggressive on offense the Nuggets tend to win games.

Opinion: Colorado Rockies rightfully go all-in on Nolan Arenado

The Colorado Rockies proved to the fans that the club is committed to winning a World Series by re-signing Nolan Arenado to a long-term deal.
General view of the bullpen of the Colorado Rockies during the ninth inning against San Francisco Giants at Coors Field

In need of pitching relief, the Rockies can’t seek shelter

The Colorado Rockies have one glaring issue. The bullpen is bringing down the whole shift that is the 2018 season.

Frei: Shouldn’t football be the last resort for good athletes?

Frankly, I'm surprised football hasn't suffered more collateral damage than it has the past, say, 20 years as the evidence mounts.

Frei: The most glaring ex-player Ring of Fame omission is Otis Armstrong

Otis was the Broncos’ first round draft choice in 1973, befuddling many because future Hall of Famer Floyd Little was entrenched at running back. But the Armstrong pick proved to be another savvy decision made by GM-coach John Ralston during the franchise’s buildup to respectability.

Meeting Mikko Rantanen

The high-scoring right-winger for the Avalanche exploded onto the scene -- almost before we even had a chance to get to know him.

Avs hit pressure-packed stretch with postseason potential, two remaining questions

For the Avs to complete their remarkable turnaround, they need to answer some important questions -- including who will be in goal when the going gets tough.

Worried about the solution under center? Don’t ignore the center, himself

Broncos Country is going crazy about who will be their quarterback in 2018, but who will be snapping the ball to Case Keenum is no guarantee at this point, either.