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The Denver Post 14 hours ago
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.
The Denver Post 17 hours ago
Autographed jersey that Rockies’ Nolan Arenado wore while making one of his best defensive plays is up for auction

Autographed jersey that Rockies’ Nolan Arenado wore while making one of his best defensive plays is up for auction

Goldin Auctions is auctioning off Arenado's game-used jersey from April 14, 2015, when the five-time Gold Glover winner made an over-the-shoulder, Wille Mays-esque catch on a pop-up in foul territory against the Giants at AT&T Park.
Call to the Pen 21 hours ago

Colorado Rockies: Seunghwan Oh could return to Korea

Despite an option for the 2019 campaign that vested last season, Colorado Rockies pitcher Seunghwan Oh could return to Korea for the upcoming season. As the Colorado Rockies look towards the 2019 campaign, they still have plenty to be excited about. A solid young starting rotation will return, backed up by a bullpen that has […] Colorado Rockies: Seunghwan Oh could return to Korea - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Purple Row 22 hours ago
Ranking the Rockies: No. 31, Tom Murphy

Ranking the Rockies: No. 31, Tom Murphy

Murphy started off red hot in his first stint with the club, but quickly cooled off to finish 2018 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. 31, Tom...
Purple Row 23 hours ago
Thursday Rockpile: Young Rockies showcasing farm system talent

Thursday Rockpile: Young Rockies showcasing farm system talent

Rockies news and links for October 18, 2018 Hilliard stays hot, leads Salt River to win | MLB.comSam Hilliard is proving the Rockies’ organization proud with his play in the Arizona Fall League. The outfielder is hitting .462 through the early small sample size of play, which is good to see after a year in which he slashed .262/.327/.389 with the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats. This was a big regression from a 2017 season that saw the 24-year-old slash .300/.360/.487 for the Class-A Advanced Lancaster JetHawks. Most alarming about 2018 was that Hilliard struck out a career-worst 31 percent...
Call to the Pen 23 hours ago

Colorado Rockies bullpen could be led by Sam Howard and Yency Almonte

The Colorado Rockies made it to the playoffs for the second year in a row but failed to make it far. Next season, the team might be even better thanks to their bullpen. Yency Almonte and Sam Howard combined to throw just 18.2 innings in 2018 for the Colorado Rockies and have been showing a […] Colorado Rockies bullpen could be led by Sam Howard and Yency Almonte - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rox Pile Oct 18, 2018

Colorado Rockies: 3 big questions that will shape the 2019 season

The offseason poses many questions for the Colorado Rockies. Specific questions about personnel and the futures of players such as DJ LeMahieu, Adam Ottavino, Gerardo Parra and Carlos Gonzalez will swirl, but there are some more general philosophies that the Rockies must address as the foundation for these more specific decisions. It was another solid […] Colorado Rockies: 3 big questions that will shape the 2019 season - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Denver Post Oct 17, 2018
Rockies’ end-of-season infield analysis: DJ LeMahieu’s likely departure takes luster off golden group

Rockies’ end-of-season infield analysis: DJ LeMahieu’s likely departure takes luster off golden group

Rockies infielders sparkled on the diamond and produce at the plate in 2018 -- with one big exception.
The Denver Post Oct 17, 2018
Report: Rockies’ Seunghwan Oh considering returning to native South Korea in 2019

Report: Rockies’ Seunghwan Oh considering returning to native South Korea in 2019

Right-handed reliever Seunghwan Oh, who would play a huge part of the Rockies' 2019 bullpen, could be headed back to his native South Korea.
Rox Pile Oct 17, 2018

Colorado Rockies: Another wrinkle in how the bullpen will look in 2019?

The Colorado Rockies bullpen struggles were well documented in the 2018 season. However, one of their main stalwarts in the bullpen this past season, Adam Ottavino, is set to hit the free agent market this offseason. One of the other main stalwarts down the stretch for the Rockies was Seunghwan Oh after the club acquired […] Colorado Rockies: Another wrinkle in how the bullpen will look in 2019? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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...
The Denver Post Oct 17, 2018
Rockies’ end-of-season outfield analysis: Likely 2019 starters, veterans facing questions and the unestablished players

Rockies’ end-of-season outfield analysis: Likely 2019 starters, veterans facing questions and the unestablished players

While the Rockies' rotation and infield largely featured many of the same faces on a daily basis -- even with two catchers splitting time behind the dish -- the corner outfield spots surrounding center fielder Charlie Blackmon saw an array of different faces throughout the season.
Purple Row Oct 17, 2018
Can Jake McGee and Bryan Shaw shine next year?

Can Jake McGee and Bryan Shaw shine next year?

Rockies news and links for October 17, 2018 Rockies Mailbag: Nolan Arenado update, hot stove questions, talking bullpen and more | Denver Post ($) Patrick Saunders tackles fans’ questions once again in the mailbag. First, he answers a question about Bryan Shaw and Jake McGee. These two pitchers struggled greatly in 2018, and many might wish for a trade. However, these two are pretty valuable, and the Rockies are not likely to trade them away, especially as they are just going to enter the second year of their contracts. We have to hope that the relievers can turn things around and prove...
Rox Pile Oct 17, 2018

Colorado Rockies: Did we underappreciate DJ LeMahieu?

Now that it is a very real possibility that we have seen the last of DJ LeMahieu in a Colorado Rockies uniform, is it possible that we undervalued the impact he had on the franchise? Certainly LeMahieu’s rise from trade chip from the Chicago Cubs to one of the all-time 25-man Colorado Rockies team members has been […] Colorado Rockies: Did we underappreciate DJ LeMahieu? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Denver Post Oct 16, 2018
Rockies Mailbag: Nolan Arenado update, hot stove questions, talking bullpen and more

Rockies Mailbag: Nolan Arenado update, hot stove questions, talking bullpen and more

Denver Post sports writer Patrick Saunders posts his Rockies Mailbag every other week on Tuesdays during the season and once per month during the offseason.

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

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    Nolan Arenado

    Autographed jersey that Rockies’ Nolan Arenado wore while making one of his best defensive plays is up for auction

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    Tony Wolters

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

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    Chris Iannetta

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

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    Drew Butera

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

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