The Colorado Rockies are all alone atop the National League West following a 9-6 win over the San Diego Padres at Coors Field on Sunday.
John Reidy is watching the bubble, and wondering if the MLB's is going to burst. But in the meantime, he's ready for action at Coors Field this weekend.
The Colorado Rockies continued their torrid start to the season on the mound and picked up the pace offensively en route to sweeping the Oakland A’s in a two-game series.
The Rockies started the 60-game season with a solid road series in Texas thanks to good pitching.
Even delayed by four months, Opening Day will still drip with the sappy nostalgia teams like to cram down your throat like dollar hot dogs.
Last season did not go according to plan, but Daniel Murphy is primed to be the next veteran to revive his career with the Rockies.
Blackmon is roughly two weeks removed from experiencing symptoms, and he said he felt “sick” for approximately 36 hours.
As sports make an attempt to return, the situation at 20th and Blake is not an easy one to navigate.
With the MLB season set to return next in less than two weeks, John Reidy wonders what it could look like if the Rockies are allowed to have a limited number of fans at Coors Field.