Brad Lidge shares special stories of playing with Roy Halladay as youngsters and as teammates in the MLB.
The Colorado Rockies avoided arbitration with a handful of players ahead of the 2019 season.
LeMahieu officially leaves the Rockies for the New York Yankees. That opens the door for one of the team's young guns to take over.
While serving as the defensive coordinator for the 49ers and Bears, Fangio saw the cities baseball clubs' hoist championship trophies and ascend to the top ranks of the game.
Could the Rockies look to fill their vacant second baseman hole with a free agent? We look at Brian Dozier and many other possibilities for Colorado.
Regardless if DJ LeMahieu is a viable option for the Colorado Rockies, the team should absolutely look to add a second baseman if they intend to contend for a World Series in 2019.
Doubling down on their acquisition of Daniel Murphy needs to be an aspiration for the Rockies. Improving their offense elsewhere as well as their bullpen are further building blocks for a successful offseason and a step forward in the division.
Murphy believes the Colorado Rockies can compete for a World Series with their young budding nucleus and opted to sign with the club on a two-year, $24 million contract with a mutual option for the 2021 season.
Before the Rockies take the field in 2019, the front office will need to make some decisions about the roster. We look at what questions the Rockies need to answer before first pitch of the 2019 season.
The Denver Post's Patrick Saunders breaks down the Rockies' chances of adding a first baseman via trade.