DENVER – Baseball games and baseball careers are defined by important moments. Big moments in big games on the biggest stages are immortalized and retold over and over again until legend becomes myth: a strikeout or home run or double in the gap that punctuates a game in October, a performance that breaks a record, athleticism that makes even the…...
On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman takes a step back at the possibility that the Colorado Rockies have crossed into sellers territory from which they cannot return. Then, we go over the details of two more brutal losses, this time to the Washington Nationals.
Denver – In the Colorado Rockies 25-year history, the postseason has been a dream more often than not. But it has been a reality the last two years under the direction of manager Bud Black whose specific abilities to reach and teach young pitching appears to have been among the most important factors for the suddenly consistent contenders. As such,…
The Colorado Rockies have inked Charlie Blackmon to a six-year extension, What does this mean for their other star, Nolan Arenado?
On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman takes a look at some of the draft picks from last night and some of the draft picks from year’s past who are now making waves as prospects in a still incredibly strong system. Brendan Rodgers and Ryan McMahon headline a group of players showing that Colorado’s future is…...
On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Jake Shapiro and Drew Creasman take an in-depth look at the Colorado Rockies future and predict 90 wins in 2017.
Colorado Rockies starter Chad Bettis has had a confusing season. He will need to be a bit more consistent if he wants to stay in the rotation long-term.
Rockies manager Walt Weiss told Denver Sports 760 that he is in the Rockies "family" and that he would like to remain in Colorado after his contract is up.
The Colorado Rockies promoted a trio of prospects today, again signaling that they are about to bombard the MLB roster with impact talent.
The Colorado Rockies front office sent the team a clear message by standing pat at the MLB Trade Deadline; That message? We believe in you.