1:55 AM EDT, Sun October 21, 2018
Purple Row 16 hours ago
Ranking the Rockies: No. 29, Brooks Pounders

Ranking the Rockies: No. 29, Brooks Pounders

It wasn’t for very long, and it wasn’t very good, but still, he was here. 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. 29, Brooks Pounders (-0.2...
Purple Row 17 hours ago
Saturday Rockpile: Ranking the Rockpile

Saturday Rockpile: Ranking the Rockpile

Rockies news and links for October 20, 2018 Ranking the Rockies’ seven free agents and their chances of returning in 2019 | The Athletic ($)Several players who have been key members of the Colorado Rockies for the past several years will be free agents this offseason. Nick Groke of The Athletic ranks the seven impending free agents by likelihood of their making a return to the Rox in 2019. Reliever Seunghwan Oh (who has a very affordable club option for 2019) is ranked as most likely to return, which doesn’t bode well for the other names on the list as Oh has stated a desire to return...
The Denver Post 17 hours ago
Rockies Insider: Assessing the impact of Seunghwan Oh’s potential return to South Korea

Rockies Insider: Assessing the impact of Seunghwan Oh’s potential return to South Korea

According to Wednesday's report via the Yonhap News Agency, the 36-year-old veteran right-handed reliever is considering going back to South Korea for next season.
Rox Pile 18 hours ago

Colorado Rockies: How would you change Coors Field’s dimensions?

DENVER – In a game in September, Colorado Rockies legend Matt Holliday smoked a ball opposite field that would’ve ended up tying the game on a ball that landed in the bullpen. Instead, the ball hit the “Bridich Barrier” and, unlike his first stint in Denver, it was a double and the Rockies couldn’t plate […] Colorado Rockies: How would you change Coors Field’s dimensions? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rox Pile Oct 19, 2018

Colorado Rockies: It looks like it is CarGone for good this time

After 10 seasons, it is time to move on. Move on from the moon shots into the upper decks of right field. Move on from the slick fielding plays in the outfield. Move on from mowing down runners at the plate with his powerful left-handed throwing arm. Thanks for the memories Carlos Gonzalez, but it […] Colorado Rockies: It looks like it is CarGone for good this time - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - A Colorado Rockies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More