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Rockies listening to offers for Carlos Gonzalez among others

The Rockies have fielded offers for several outfielders as part of their quest to improve their pitching staff this winter.

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Rockies listening to trade offers for Gonzalez, Dickerson, Blackmon, LeMahieu - The Denver Post
The Rockies have fielded trade interest in all three of their starting outfielders, Corey Dickerson, Charlie Blackmon and Carlos Gonzalez as well as second baseman DJ LeMahieu, as Patrick Saunders reports from the Winter Meetings in Nashville.

Rockies hoping to upgrade at Winter Meetings -
Thomas Harding also has a report on the trade talks involving Rockies position players and says they could leverage some of them to acquire pitching. Harding also says the team may be looking for someone to fill in as closer until Adam Ottavino returns from Tommy John surgery.

Rockies' spring training games begin March 2 vs. D-backs - The Denver Post
The Colorado Rockies released their Spring Training schedule yesterday, with the team opening Cactus League action on March 2 against Arizona, Patrick Saunders reports.

Winter Meetings interview with Walt Weiss - has an extensive interview with Rockies manager Walt Weiss from the Winter Meetings, discussing everything from potential Rockies moves this offseason to evolving roles on pitching staffs throughout the league.

Rockies' Walt Weiss a fan of defensive shifts -
Weiss also sat down for an interview with Thomas Harding. One of the main topics the two discussed was the team's increased use of shifts this season, something Weiss said he was pleased with in 2015.

Arizona Fall League unveils Top Prospects Team -
Rockies outfield prospect and No. 6 PuRP was named to the Top Prospects Team for the recently-completed Arizona Fall League. Tapia was one of six outfielders to make the team.

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Police report: Aroldis Chapman allegedly fired gunshots, 'choked' girlfriend in domestic incident - Yahoo Sports
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