Know Your Foe

Know Your Foe: Giants

There are some key Giants players in a slump. The bad news is that they always heat up at altitude.

Know Your Foe: Phillies

The Phillies may be old, but they're still dangerous, as they roll into Coors Field for a three game set.

Know Your Foe: Padres

The Padres haven't exactly gotten off to a scorching start, but they have a chance to make things real uncomfortable for the rest of the NL West as the season goes on.

Know Your Foe: Giants

Ah yes, the classic all-bat, no-pitch Giants. Wait, what?

Know Your Foe: White Sox

The White Sox had one of the league's worst offenses a year ago, but they should be improved this year and are probably relishing the opportunity to hit at Coors Field.

Know Your Foe: Marlins

Need to read up on the Marlins prior to the start of the opening series? We've got you covered!

Know Your Foe: Arizona Diamondbacks

The D-Backs just want to play the game the right way, guys.

Know Your Foe: Giants come to Colorado

The Rockies kick off a nine-game homestand against the San Francisco Giants.

Know Your Foe: Miami Marlins

The Rockies and Marlins are a lot more similar than you'd think.


Know Your Foe: San Diego Padres

The Padres come into Coors Field with a whole bunch of key players missing. Still, they possess the tools (though maybe not the recent history) to find a way to take a series from the Rockies and move into a tie for third place in the NL West.

Know Your Foe No. 32: Milwaukee Brewers

Totally not what you think it is.

Know Your Foe No. 31: Miami Marlins

We're going full-on narrative for the Marlins edition of KYF!

Know Your Foe No. 30: Chicago Cubs

The better-than-you-think Cubs will bring out their awesome fans in droves this weekend at Coors Field, which has not been friendly to the Lovable Losers over the past decade.

Know Your Foe, ASG Edition: The American League

I mean ... just look at these guys.

Know Your Foe No. 29: Los Angeles Dodgers

Don't look now, but Yasiel Puig and the Dodgers are making a serious run at the NL West crown.

Know Your Foe No. 28: San Diego Padres

The Padres and Rockies are entering their early-July series in danger of being exactly where everyone thought they would be prior to the season.

Know Your Foe No. 27: Arizona Diamondbacks

First place in the NL West could be on the line this weekend in Phoenix. Probably not, though, if you take a second to look at the pitching matchups for Saturday and Sunday.

Know Your Foe No. 26: San Francisco Giants

The Rockies have fallen off a cliff in the last week and a half, but they're still right in the thick of things, thanks in part to an even worse stretch from the division-rival Giants, who visit Coors Field this weekend.

Know Your Foe No. 25: Boston Red Sox

It's been a while since the Rockies have played at Fenway Park. They'll be seeing a much different Red Sox team this time around, though that doesn't necessarily spell good news for Colorado.

Know Your Foe No. 24: Washington Nationals

The Rockies face a tough task, having to see Stephen Strasburg and Jordan Zimmermann on back-to-back days, to start their series in Washington.

Know Your Foe No. 23: Toronto Blue Jays

The Blue Jays have won five straight games and eight of their last ten. Will that, combined with the house of horrors that Rogers Centre has been for the Rockies over the years, be enough for Toronto to knock off second-place Colorado?

Know Your Foe No. 22: Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia has somewhat-quietly beaten the bejesus out of Colorado over the past few years. Although the Phillies aren't the same squad this year, they have some pieces that will give them to chance to continue the dominance.

Know Your Foe No. 21: Washington Nationals

Washington and its anemic offense will be without Bryce Harper (and Stephen Strasburg) during a three-game set at Coors Field this week.

Know Your Foe No. 20: San Diego Padres

The Padres won their first game in seven tries against the Rockies on Thursday. Find out why there's no shame in Colorado dropping the series opener.

Know Your Foe No. 19: Cincinnati Reds

The Rockies will travel to face another well-rounded NL Central team after losing a series to the division-leading Cardinals a few weeks back. Wick Terrell from Red Reporter gives us the low-down on Cincinnati.

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