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My favorite grandparent was the youngest of the lot, born in 1918. Though the month of her birth was notable simply for the fact she was in it, she was also born in the same month the Allies forced the Germans back behind the Hindenburg Line in World War I. Because of the war, they also started the World Series…...

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The Colorado Rockies are in the same division as the Los Angeles Dodgers but they are not in the same league. And if this is news to you, I am sorry. But let me be as blunt and brutal to an audience of Rockies’ fans as I can be: Your team will always be the underdogs. They cannot compete with…...

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For those who aren’t interested in giving the Colorado Rockies a nuanced look, they are a 71-win team with no substantial changes coming in the offseason and so should expect to win roughly the same number of games in 2020. If you are disinclined toward such simplicity, however, you may find yourself pontificating on the sheer magnitude of possibilities, both…...

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Over the next two weeks, the DNVR staff will be looking back on the last decade of professional sports in the Mile High City as we reveal the 50 most important sports figures of the 2010s. This list was created with the input of all of the DNVR staff members including reporters and analysts covering all of four major pro…...

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Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Nathan Rudolph, Drew Creasman and Harrison Wind, the squad goes over the Nuggets big win, the Avs continued struggles, the Broncos new quarterback, plus some college football and baseball awards talk. As always,…

I shifted to a new gig recently, and have been fortunate to report to one of the more intriguing and non-traditional CEOs I’ve ever worked for. Coming in the door, I was curious to see if “his way” would work when push really came to shove. After several battles joined together this year, I am starting to see the method to his madness. The whole thing has been an extraordinary learning experience. Some people just thrive at teaching. But I’m sure I can find someone to say it better than that…

“In the end, it’s about the teaching, and what I always loved about coaching was the practices. Not the games, not the tournaments, not the alumni stuff. But teaching the players during practice was what coaching was all about to me.”

- John Wooden

Much better. There are countless and thankless hours of being a coach, whether you are doing it at the peewee level or at the highest heights. So the reason any coach worth their salt would do it is simply the joy and passion they derive from teaching players how to best play a game. Oh, and a fat paycheck probably doesn’t hurt the motivations of the gents we’ll be discussing today. But if an All-Timer like Coach Wooden hangs his hat on that emotion, you know it’s pretty powerful stuff.

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Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR decision-makers to discuss the creation and vision behind the new company. With Brandon Spano, Ryan Koenigsberg, Adam Mares, and Eric Wedum, the team gives you an inside look in everything that went into our new hires and rebrand. The crew also debate “Who Won the Week” and introduce a new…...

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