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2015 Schedule
68-94, 5th in NL West
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Rockies content with current rotation?

Despite not yet adding to his team's starting pitching this winter, GM Jeff Bridich told the Denver Post he's comfortable with Colorado's current staff. "I like the competition," Bridich said. "I like our depth." MLB rumors roundup

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Is Pedro Alvarez headed to Rockies?

Buster Olney sees that as a likely destination for the infielder. Alvarez hit 27 home runs for the Pirates last season but committed 23 errors in his maiden season at first base. Olney's blog (Insider)

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Carlos Gonzalez giving first base a go?

The chance that the two-time All Star actually moves to the infield is slim, but the Rockies aren't completely shutting down the idea. MLB rumors roundup

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Rockies send Dickerson to Rays

Colorado has traded OF Corey Dickerson to Tampa Bay in exchange for reliever Jake McGee, according to multiple reports. Dickerson batted .304 with 10 HRs and 31 RBIs last season but was limited to 65 games because of injuries.

Gerardo Parra se suma a la Zona ESPN

El pelotero venezolano visitó los estudios de ESPNdeportes Radio en Miami. Mirar

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Gerardo Parra aspira a ganar corona de bateo con los Rockies

Más que el dinero, la garantía de jugar fue lo que condujo a Parra a decidirse por Colorado por encima de otros aspirantes. Leer

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Colorado looks to balance full outfield

The Rockies' signing of Gerardo Parra earlier this month now has Corey Dickerson, Charlie Blackmon, Carlos Gonzalez and Parra competing for time in the outfield. Is the team looking to deal Dickerson? MLB rumors roundup

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Time is right for Rockies, Arenado

Nolan Arenado was a first-time All-Star, and he won his third consecutive NL Gold Glove Award last year. According to Jim Bowden, now is the time for Colorado to sign the third baseman to a long-term deal. Players who deserve extensions (Insider)

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Teams pumping the brakes on Gallardo?

The Orioles, Astros and Rockies are reportedly among the clubs that are hesitating to sign free-agent right-hander Yovani Gallardo due to draft-pick compensation. MLB rumors roundup

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Rockies, Blackmon reach deal, avoid arbitration

Outfielder Charlie Blackmon and the Rockies avoided arbitration when they agreed to a $3.5 million, one-year contract for 2016. Blackmon made $517,000 last season.

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Manfred hits brakes on potential NL DH talk

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told ESPN that he did not mean to give the impression during his comments at last week's owners meetings that NL clubs want to adopt the designated hitter.

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Colorado entering mix for Gallardo?

The Rockies are reportedly among the teams interested in signing Yovani Gallardo. However, their hitter-friendly home park might prevent them from being a serious suitor. MLB rumors roundup

Will Colorado trade an outfielder?

Many have expected the Rockies to deal one of their outfielders since signing Gerardo Parra, but GM Jeff Bridich continues to deflect the trade talk. MLB rumors roundup

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Rockies' defense falls just short

With Gold Glove winners in 3B Nolan Arenado and 2B DJ LeMahieu, Colorado's defense has some high potential. However, question marks at short and first keep the team from making Buster Olney's list. Top 10 defenses (Insider)

Rockies don't reach new deals with two

Colorado couldn't agree to a contract for 2016 with Charlie Blackmon or DJ LeMahieu before Friday's deadline, meaning the two will go to arbitration with the team next month if a deal isn't reached.

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Rockies, Arenado avoid arbitration

Colorado signed 3B Nolan Arenado to a one-year deal worth a reported $5 million. Arenado led the National League with 42 homers and 130 RBIs last season.

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Always expect offense from Colorado

Despite their poor record the last few years, the Rockies' lineup is always among the best at scoring runs. This year should be no different, according to Buster Olney, as Nolan Arenado & Co. will likely continue to do damage. Top 10 lineups (Insider)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2655th
On Base Percentage.31515th
Slugging Percentage.4323rd
Earned Run Average5.0430th
Quality Starts5430th

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