The story of why Moneyball owes the Rockies for a large part of its plot.
After trading away Clint Barmes, Ty Wigginton was brought in to provide a big right-handed bat coming off of the bench. Will that production fill the void left by Clint Barmes' glove?
Is the amount of runners Ubaldo Jimenez is stranding this season a sign that he's lucky, or is just another indication that he's extremely good?
A fresh thread filled with Rockies goodness. Some links too: The Phllies are entertaining, anyway. On Thursday, the only Philadelphian we knew for sure was ready to deliver was Heidi Hamels. Mike...
Jason Marquis may find himself as the odd man out for the Rockies' playoff rotation, on rationale that his groundballing may help the bullpen. How DOES the Rockies' bullpen look with and without groundballers?
The Jasons should make Dan O'Dowd Exec of the Year. Most love Marquis, but Hammel is the one that gets me excited
The National League has separated into tiers with three very good teams with three primary chasers over the last three seasons, for now the Rockies are in that second group.
The Rockies get two key pitchers back after Huston Street and Aaron Cook missed almost a month each, but the standings show that the team didn't take a hit while they were gone.