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COLORADO ROCKIES NEWS
The midsummer classic is officially coming to Colorado.
Rockies starters largely dropped the ball in the opening series of the season. Here's how it all went down.
Coors Field would be a fantastic option to host the events this summer. Although it's the third-oldest ballpark in National League, Coors Field is regarded as one of - if not the - best ballpark to catch a game at in Major League Baseball.
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You don’t have to like Dick Monfort to cheer for Chris Owings, Charlie Blackmon or Daniel Bard. Those guys just want to win a baseball game. They don’t care about the Party Deck, the Dodgers payroll or Nolan Arenado’s 2021 batting average. Competitors compete, and the Rockies still have a roster full of those.
DraftKings Sportsbook welcomes back the return of MLB action with 100-1 odds on any team to get a hit all month long.
Jhoulys Chacin, who ranks second on the Rockies' all-time list in starter ERA, is back with the club on a major league deal and will presumably fill a spot in the rotation.
The Rockies are still holding on to Connor Joe and Dereck Rodriguez as roster cutting time draws near.
Scott Oberg's career is likely over, per reports, after he underwent another procedure to remove blood clots from his right arm.
Colorado's Opening Day roster is another couple of steps closer to being revealed after a host of moves by the club over the weekend.
Brendan Rodgers has had a great spring, so naturally an injury will keep him from starting the regular season on time, because these are the Rockies we're talking about.
The Rockies on Friday took the first step toward clearing up their Opening Day roster picture.
Gomber has allowed just five hits and punched out eight batters through his first seven innings of work this spring. Already we've seen steady command of the fastball and a 12-6 curveball that has been better than advertised.
The departure of Nolan Arenado creates a domino effect that could negatively affect the Rockies' pitching staff.