5:04 PM EST, Sat December 04, 2021
Rox Pile 9 hours ago

Chris Taylor resigning with Dodgers a gut punch for Colorado Rockies

Let’s face it, Colorado Rockies fans, there hasn’t been a long to get excited about so far in this abbreviated offseason. However, there has been plenty to shake your head at and wonder if and when the fortunes of those in purple will change. Sure, there have been the occasional Colorado Rockies rumors that float […] Chris Taylor resigning with Dodgers a gut punch for Colorado Rockies - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - Colorado Rockies News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Purple Row 9 hours ago
Saturday Rockpile: A history of Colorado’s most active off-seasons

Saturday Rockpile: A history of Colorado’s most active off-seasons

Photo by Doug Pensinger/ Colorado Rockies news and links for Saturday, December 4, 2021 So far, the Colorado Rockies’ 2021 - 2022 off-season has been a dud. The team did sign Antonio Senzatella and C.J. Cron to contract extensions in October and locked up Elias Diaz in early November, but have yet to acquire any players. While $1.7 billion was being thrown around the league prior to the December 1st CBA deadline, the Rockies front office apparently elected to turn the lights off and save money on their electric bill instead. There were rumors briefly floated around...
Rox Pile 22 hours ago

Is Detroit Tigers non-tender Matthew Boyd a fit for the Colorado Rockies?

There were a fair amount of players that were non-tendered just before the start of the MLB lockout that could latch on somewhere else this offseason. Some could turn out to have a great season in 2022 and some could just fizzle out into the sunset. The Colorado Rockies have some recent success with previously […] Is Detroit Tigers non-tender Matthew Boyd a fit for the Colorado Rockies? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - Colorado Rockies News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Purple Row Dec 3, 2021
The Purple Row staff reflects on some of our favorite Jon Gray moments

The Purple Row staff reflects on some of our favorite Jon Gray moments

The Gray Wolf howled into our hearts during his six years in purple Despite expressing a deep desire to stay with the Colorado Rockies, the two separated at the end of the season when he was not extended a qualifying offer and officially split up on Sunday night after he inked a four-year deal with the Texas Rangers. Gray was drafted third overall in the 2013 draft and was heralded as the “(future) ace of the Rockies” even before his MLB debut on August 4, 2015. He certainly had some ups and downs during his six-year tenure in the Mile High City and even though the Gray...
Rox Pile Dec 3, 2021

Another Colorado Rockies target could be off the board when the lockout is over

During the lockout, the Colorado Rockies will probably be doing their due diligence during the lockout by checking out some of the players on the free agent market or looking at other teams and their rosters to look at possible trades for when the lockout ends. But when the lockout ends, one of their targets […] Another Colorado Rockies target could be off the board when the lockout is over - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - Colorado Rockies News, Rumors, and Fan Community