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The Denver Post Oct 18, 2018
Rockies’ end-of-season catching analysis: Grading Chris Iannetta, Tony Wolters, Tom Murphy and Drew Butera

Rockies’ end-of-season catching analysis: Grading Chris Iannetta, Tony Wolters, Tom Murphy and Drew Butera

No aspect of the Rockies' 2018 lineup struggled more mightily to produce offensively than the catchers did, as Colorado had four players combine to hit a team positional low .206 in 500-plus at-bats.
Purple Row Oct 17, 2018
Ranking the Rockies: No. 32, Chris Iannetta

Ranking the Rockies: No. 32, Chris Iannetta

The veteran catcher helped to guide one of the best pitching staffs in Rockies history. You’re reading the 2018 edition of Ranking the Rockies, where we take a look back at the season had by every player to play for the Rockies in 2018. The purpose of this list is to provide a snapshot of the player in context. The “Ranking” is an organizing principle that’s drawn from Baseball Reference’s WAR (rWAR). It’s not something the staff debated. We’ll begin with the player with the least amount of rWAR and end up with the player with the most. ★ ★ ★ No. 32, Chris Iannetta (-0.4...
Rox Pile Oct 13, 2018

Colorado Rockies: Getting a catcher needs to be a focus this offseason

This past offseason, the Colorado Rockies signed Chris Iannetta to help their catching situation. However, Iannetta and the rest of the Rockies platoon of catchers, which included Tony Wolters, Tom Murphy, and Drew Butera, all of them struggled offensively and, according to Baseball Reference, all but Wolters were at or below league average defensively. This […] Colorado Rockies: Getting a catcher needs to be a focus this offseason - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Denver Post Oct 11, 2018
Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Several Rockies split time behind the dish in 2018, with veteran Chris Iannetta and third-year pro Tony Wolters getting the majority of starts while the unestablished Tom Murphy and midseason acquisition Drew Butera also saw time.
The Denver Post Oct 5, 2018
Rockies’ Chris Iannetta breaks bat over his leg after striking out in the 7th inning of Game 2

Rockies’ Chris Iannetta breaks bat over his leg after striking out in the 7th inning of Game 2

Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta delivered the biggest crack of the bat for the Colorado in Game 2 of the National League division series, breaking it over his leg after striking out in the seventh inning.
www.bostonherald.com Sep 23, 2018
Senzatela, Rockies maintain playoff hopes, beat Arizona 5-1

Senzatela, Rockies maintain playoff hopes, beat Arizona 5-1

PHOENIX — Antonio Senzatela picked a great night for perhaps his best outing of the season.The Colorado right-hander allowed three hits in seven strong innings and the Rockies kept pace in their playoff push with a 5-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.With eight games to play, the Rockies trail the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers by 1 1/2 games in the NL West and are 1 1/2 behind St. Louis for the final NL wild-card spot.We dont have many games left, Colorado catcher Chris Iannetta said. We need some help from teams ahead of us to lose some games and we have to win a...

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