Colorado Rockies legends, Larry Walker, Dante Bichette, Vinny Castilla, and Ellis Burks – better known as the Blake Street Bombers – returned to Coors Field over the weekend and answered some questions.

They chatted with the media about everything from their own legacies, early memories in Colorado, and the modern game featuring advanced metrics and a slew of new rules.

They even had some time to talk a little bit of current Rox, giving some shoutouts to players like Nolan Jones and Ezequiel Tovar while pontificating a bit on what could help the franchise find a bit of consistent success. Can they ever repeat the days of the Blake Street Bombers? How important is/was pitching to that dynamic? And could the club do a better job of bringing back their own former players both for morale and coaching up the new era?

From the early days in Denver to the current day, this conversation runs the gamut.

We’ve got the entire half-hour audio for you so curl up with some Rox legends!

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