The Rockies come in at No. 10, tied with last year's World Champion San Francisco Giants. What brought the team with the shiniest infield in baseball down to clinging for a spot on the list? An expansive outfield and sub-par solutions behind the plate. Replacing Wilin Rosario with Nick Hundley did give the Rockies a boost in the ranking, but the general lack of position player additions appears to be keeping them from climbing any higher.
Colorado Rockies must improve, or changes seem inevitable - The Denver Post
Patrick Saunders dials in on spring training and what that means for the Rockies; green grass and anxiety. General manager Jeff Bridich presses optimism, but Walt Weiss lays down some truth of his own. The Rockies have a talented roster, but the time for them to win as a team is fleeting. The leaders of this club are thick into the prime of their careers, and their window for success won't be wide open much longer.
Ranking the NL West in 2015: Shortstop - Fansided
There is no surprise here that Troy Tulowitzki takes the top spot on this list. He's the best in baseball, and the NL West can't offer much in competition.
Looking at 2015 Colorado Rockies- The Denver Post
Nick Groke sees the Rockies largely unchanged roster heading into 2015 as a result of manager Walt Weiss's repeatedly addressed faith in this team. The health of position players has complicated things for the club over the past few seasons, but it's the pitching staff that needs to step up this year.
Spring Training travel guide: Scottsdale, AZ- The Denver Post
Just a fun, quick read for anyone headed down to Scottsdale, perhaps for the first time. Included are suggestions on where to stay, where to eat and what to do when you're not watching baseball.