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Brendan Rodgers leads 4 Colorado Rockies prospects on Keith Law's latest Top 50 list

Only the Red Sox placed more players (five) on the list than the Rockies, who were represented by their first-round picks in both 2013 and 2015.

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Corey Seager, J.P. Crawford highlight Keith Law's Top 50 MLB prospects -
Four Rockies make Keith Law's midseason top 50 prospects, led by 2015 first-round pick Brendan Rodgers at No. 9. Raimel Tapia (No. 23), Ryan McMahon (No. 33) and Jon Gray (No. 42) also make the list, with David Dahl earning an honorable mention spot.

Who might the Rockies trade before the MLB deadline July 31? - The Denver Post
Patrick Saunders fields reader questions in bi-weekly mailbag, with this installment focused on the impending trade deadline as well as what Saunders would do if given the reins of the franchise.

Rockies facing big questions in 2nd half -
Thomas Harding recaps the first half of the season, handing out midseason awards, and looks forward to storylines that will dominate the rest of 2015 for the Rockies, mostly focused on what the team will do to build for 2016 and beyond.

Greatest living players, Franchise Fours named -
MLB named each team's "Franchise Four" at the All-Star Game in Cincinnati, honoring the four best players in the history of each team as selected by the fans. Troy Tulowitzki made the list for the Rockies along with Todd Helton, Larry Walker and Andres Galarraga.