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Purple Row Jan 20, 2021
Wednesday Rockpile: Who will emerge as the Rockies’ fifth starting pitcher?

Wednesday Rockpile: Who will emerge as the Rockies’ fifth starting pitcher?

Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire via Colorado Rockies news and links for Wednesday, January 20, 2021 The Rockies starting rotation has a clear top four (although we can debate the order in which they should pitch) in Kyle Freeland, Jon Gray, Germán Márquez, and Antonio Senzatela. It’s possibly the best rotation the franchise has ever had. With the top four spots of the rotation locked up, however, there remains much uncertainty around the fifth spot. While the front of the rotation has been consistently good (at least good enough to establish themselves in...
Rox Pile Jan 18, 2021

Colorado Rockies: Projections say that even their strength is still not going to be good

The Colorado Rockies strength in recent years has been their starting rotation. While they have had some inconsistent seasons, by and large, German Marquez, Jon Gray, Kyle Freeland, and Antonio Senzatela have all been the team’s most valuable players outside of Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story, and Charlie Blackmon. However, in recent projections from FanGraphs, the […] Colorado Rockies: Projections say that even their strength is still not going to be good - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Purple Row Jan 17, 2021
Sunday Rockpile: Rockies avoid arbitration with all eligible players. What does that mean for the payroll?

Sunday Rockpile: Rockies avoid arbitration with all eligible players. What does that mean for the payroll?

Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Colorado Rockies news and analysis for Sunday, January 17, 2021 Yesterday, Justin concluded his Rockpile with updates from the arbitration filing deadline. In a bit of good news, the Rockies reached agreements with each of their arbitration eligible players, so there will be no arbitration hearings like last year with Tony Wolters. Here’s a roundup of all the figures. Jon Gray: one-year, $6 million Kyle Freeland: one-year, $5.025 million Mychal Givens: one-year, $4.05 million Antonio Senzatela: one-year, $3 million Daniel...
Purple Row Jan 16, 2021
Saturday Rockpile: It’s time for Mychal Givens to become the anchor

Saturday Rockpile: It’s time for Mychal Givens to become the anchor

Colorado Rockies news and links for Saturday, January 16, 2021 2020 trade deadline pickup Mychal Givens will receive $4.05 million in a one-year deal with the Rockies. Antonio Senzatela, the Rockies’ 2020 bWAR leader, signed a one-year, $3 million deal with Colorado on Thursday. Givens threw less than a third of the innings Senzatela did last year. Jeff Passan pointed out how the arbitration system values age when it comes to money, so this isn’t a ‘shock’ by any means: “Younger guys get paid less than they should. It’s not that teams are getting bargains. It’s...
Purple Row Jan 15, 2021
Friday Rockpile: Hopes and fears for the 2021 starting rotation

Friday Rockpile: Hopes and fears for the 2021 starting rotation

Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports Rockies news and links for Friday, January 14, 2021 On the heels of the great news of the Rockies signing Antonio Senzatela to a one-year $3 million deal earlier in the week, it seems like a good time to take a close look at the rotation heading into 2021. Before jumping into the details, it’s important to confront one major problem: the rotation is not complete because isn’t officially set. We know Germán Márquez will lead the way, followed by Kyle Freeland, Antonio Senzatela, and Jon Gray, but that fifth spot is a scary, dark...
Rox Pile Jan 13, 2021

Colorado Rockies come to terms with key piece of 2021 rotation

The Colorado Rockies have come to terms with starting pitcher Antonio Senzatela for the 2021 season, avoiding arbitration with a reported $3 million deal. According to our FanSided friend Robert Murray, the 25-year-old Senzatela received quite a jump from his $573,500 salary (that eventually was prorated because of the shortened schedule) from last season. The […] Colorado Rockies come to terms with key piece of 2021 rotation - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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