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Addressing the Colorado Rockies' pitching, coaching staff for 2016

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A look at the Rockies potential 2016 lineup, pitching staff and more. Recap all four of yesterday's postseason games.

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Rockies need to bolster pitching staff for 2016 - Rockies.com

The Rockies dealt with a great deal of injuries and inconsistencies in their pitching staff this past season. With a lineup they feel can put on a power display, it is primarily pitching that needs sorting out before spring.

Thomas Harding of MLB.com breaks down the 2016 probables by position.

Weiss unlikely to receive extension before 2016 - Rockies.com

After announcing Tuesday that manager Walt Weiss will return to the club for the final season of his three-year contract in 2016, Weiss confirmed that there has been no discussion of an extension beyond next season.

Weiss has expressed no concern over the subject and is already working with Jeff Bridich on improvements they’d like to see with this team next year. Weiss plans to have his coaching staff set for the 2016 season soon.

MLB Postseason Recaps

NLDS Game 1: Cards, Lackey beat Cubs 4-0 on homers from Pham, Piscotty - Viva El Birdos

Rookies break open a pitching duel to give the Cardinals the early advantage.

Blue Jays lose Game 2 of ALDS in 14 innings - Bluebird Banter

Tempers flared in the longest postseason game in Blue Jay's history, but the Rangers' came out victorious after two-run 14th. Rangers 6, Blue Jays 4. Rangers lead the series 2-0.

All Square: Royals clip Astros 5-4 to even ALDS - Royals Review

Veterans Salvador Perez and Ben Zobrist lift Royals above another big night for Colby Rasmus.

Jacob deGrom dominates, Clayton Kershaw suffers another defeat - True Blue LA

deGrom and Kershaw combine for 24 strikeouts, but David Wright's two-run single in the seventh proves to be the difference. Mets 3, Dodgers 1. Mets lead series 1-0.