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Evaluating possible Rockies rotation additions

If the Rockies do pick up a free agent pitcher, who might they go for?

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Free-agent pitchers who can perform at Coors - MLB.com
Thomas Harding reports that the Rockies are looking for pitching on the free agent market, and takes a look at six options that the team could consider based on their histories at Coors Field.

Three of the options listed by Harding were evaluated further by Purple Row in our series on potential free agent targets. Bobby DeMuro took a look at a pair of former Padres in Ian Kennedy, who received a qualifying offer, and Mat Latos, who did not, and I broke down the possible fit of right-hander Doug Fister.

Ranking The Rockies: 23 Tommy Kahnle - BSN Denver
At BSN Denver, Jake Shapiro has a look at the 2015 season of reliever Tommy Kahnle, who was designated for assignment by the Rockies on Friday, concluding that a lack of control led to him failing to live up to the flashes of brilliance he showed.

Last month, Purple Row's Eric Garcia McKinley had his own review of Kahnle's season, as the righty landed much lower on our ranking of Rockies this season.

Around MLB

Seattle Mariners sign free-agent catcher Chris Iannetta to a 1-year contract - The Seattle Times
The Seattle Mariners signed former Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta to a one-year, $4.5 million deal on Monday, likely to take over their starting catching role. Seattle Times reporter Ryan Divish has all of the details on the deal.