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Michael McKenry eyes Rockies' starting catching job

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After seeing significant action in 2015, catcher Michael McKenry looks to make the job his going into 2015.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Taste of  starting duties has McKenry ready for more -
Thomas Harding catches up with Rockies catcher Michael McKenry, who hit .315 in 57 games in 2014, starting 45 behind the plate. McKenry said he is eager to increase his role in 2015, but is happy to contribute in whatever capacity is needed.

Rockies 2014 Player Grades: Boone Logan, LHP - The Denver Post
Continuing his 2014 player grades series, Patrick Saunders looks at the disaster that was Boone Logan's 2014 season. Purple Row's Bryan Kilpatrick had his own take on Logan earlier this month, coming to essentially the same conclusion as Saunders.

Rocky Road - Rockies Zingers
J.J. Buck examines the Rockies' road woes in 2014 for Rockies Zingers, looking at what the club needs to do away from Coors Field and how the current team must improve to get to that mark.

World Series Coverage

Steady, dominant bullpen helping Royals prove they belong on big stage -
Michael Rosenberg breaks down Kansas City's Game 2 win over the Giants, giving the lion's share of the credit to the Royals' stellar bullpen. Sure, the offense scored seven runs, but we have to have our narratives.

Yost wins chess match over Bochy - ESPN
In a piece I'm sure he never thought he'd write, Jayson Stark credits Royals manager Ned Yost with getting one over on his counterpart Bruce Bochy in Kansas City's win.