This is Nolan's house; Tulo and CarGo just live there. Image courtesy of Shutterstock
Fans and observers of Colorado baseball have spent the past several years obsessing about the Rockies' two marquee players. Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez have long had the potential to be one of baseball's best duos, only they haven't been able to stay healthy enough for that to matter....
July 1 2015, 9:06 AM
This, they don't need. —Courtesy of Shutterstock
The beginning of the baseball season has always inspired optimism, rejuvenation, and a ton of sappy cliches.
Everyone's in first place on Opening Day!
It's a marathon, not a sprint.
Wait 'til this year!
And so on.
As Denver gears up for the Rockies' home opener on Friday—yet...
April 10 2015, 9:00 AM
Will Tulo be wearing different colors in 2015?
That was the likely reaction of Rockies fans everywhere to the report that the team would listen to trade offers during the offseason for its two best players. If that sounds contradictory or illogical, well, that's Rockies baseball.
Owner Dick Monfort has spent the past...
November 7 2014, 11:00 AM
If the Rockies' new GM wants some ideas, he should pay attention to what's happening in Wrigley Field.
As the 2014 Kansas City Royals continue to do their spot-on impersonation of the 2007 Colorado Rockies, it's been fun to remember what winning was like. Not that Colorado fans know much about that these days. In fact, when you ponder the Rockies' recent—and unexpected—front office shakeup, the team...
October 20 2014, 10:07 AM
Remember this guy?
If anyone is still paying attention, the primary drama surrounding the Rockies' final weekend of 2014 will revolve around whether the team can avoid losing 95 games for the second time in three years. Even though their record is 66-93 heading into their series with the Dodgers, Los Angeles clinched...
September 26 2014, 12:00 PM
When we last looked in on the Rockies at the quarter pole of the 2014 season, we explored co-owner Dick Monfort's preseason prediction that the team was capable of winning 90 games this year and noted—with considerable incredulity—that as of late-May, they were actually on pace to do it.
July 15 2014, 6:10 AM
If Tulo can stay upright, he might be the MVP.
Does Dick Monfort know something the rest of us don’t? At the quarter pole of the 2014 baseball season, we have little choice but to contemplate such a humbling notion.
During a preseason chat with the Denver Post, Monfort predicted the Rockies would win 90 games and contend for a playoff spot...
May 20 2014, 11:15 AM
There's an old baseball term that's survived into this modern age of advanced statistical metrics and pocket-protected nerdlingers who are re-educating us all on how to better evaluate skills on the diamond: The five-tool player. The moniker refers to guys who can run, throw, field, hit for...
April 16 2014, 10:15 AM