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Nolan Arenado and DJ LeMahieu recieved Gold Glove nominations today. It is the third consecutive nomination for the third baseman and the second consecutive nomination for the second baseman.

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Finalists - Rawlings.com

Easy to read list of Gold Glove finalists.

Bryce Harper, Mike Trout headline 2015's Gold Glove finalists - SBNation.com

You'll have to wait almost another week before finding out who actually won.

Saunders: Rockies' third baseman Nolan Arenado the fan watched it all - The Denver Post

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Rockies' Kyle Freeland builds innings in AFL | rockies.com

After signing for $2.3 million as the eighth overall pick in the 2014 Draft, Kyle Freeland enjoyed a strong pro debut. The Rockies left-hander posted a 1.15 ERA and a 33/6 K/BB ratio in 39 innings while reaching low Class A, seemingly setting the stage to move quickly through the Minors. Freeland got derailed from the fast track, however, in 2015. He came down with a tired shoulder and had an operation to remove bone chips from his elbow. He didn't make his first start until July 24 and totaled just 46 2/3 innings, mostly in Class A Advanced.

Major League Baseball's pace of play not ideal for the casual fan - The Denver Post

Know This: Each weekday, a Denver Post sports writer shares some knowledge. In this installment, Cameron Wolfe looks at baseball's methodical pace.

Don Mattingly hired as Marlins manager, per AP sources - The Denver Post

Don Mattingly has been hired as manager of the Miami Marlins less than a week after he parted with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Alex Anthopoulos will not return as Toronto Blue Jays general manager

Alex Anthopoulos will not return as the Blue Jays' general manager after he turned down a multiyear extension offer to remain with the club.

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Keep Calm and Let Jeff Bridich Do His Job - Rockies Zingers Colorado Rockies Baseball

It was a trying first season under the Jeff Bridich regime, to say the least. The team plodded its way to yet another 90+ loss season, the face of the franchise was traded to a different country (although is Canada REALLY all that different from the USA?), and some fans’ apathy reached new heights. All-in-all, with the exception of the first two weeks of April, 2015 was difficult to watch. But that’s not a reason to put Bridich on the hot seat.

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