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Rockies prospects Trevor Story, Antonio Senzatela earn minor league honors

Trevor Story and Antonio Senzatela had the best performances in a good year on the Rockies' farm.

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Story Maintained Approach Through Struggles -
Trevor Story used improved strikeout and walk rates and maintained good power numbers en route to becoming the Rockies' top minor league position player in 2015, writes Jack Etkin for Baseball America.

Antonio Senzatela dominated much older competition to the tune of a 2.51 ERA in 25 starts for Modesto and was named the team's top minor league pitcher by the publication. And Sam Moll, a 23-year-old reliever who could be fast tracked to the majors, struck out nearly 10 batters per nine innings and is a definite name to watch going forward.

Charlie Blackmon reaches 40 stolen bases |
Blackmon will probably fall short of a 20-homer, 40-steal season, but it's still pretty cool that the Rockies' leadoff hitter became the franchise's first player to steal 40 bases since Willy Taveras in 2008.

Rookie Tom Murphy must learn on the job for Rockies - The Denver Post
Murphy homered again last night in the Rockies' loss, continuing to show the pop that made him a promising prospect during his time in the minors. Murphy now needs to show that he can hold his own behind the plate, an area where the Rockies have struggled to find a solid performer over the years.

Colorado Rockies OF Charlie Blackmon creates awesome burger for great cause | Mile High Sports
In case you missed it, Charlie Blackmon has a burger at the Hard Rock Cafe in Denver and it looks delicous. Even better, $1 from each burger sold will be donated to Children's Hospital Colorado. Our friends at Mile High Sports have all the details.


I Got Nachos And You Didn't - Rox Pile
Whining doesn't get you anything. However, not whining gets you a helmet full of delicious nachos at the best ballpark on the planet. Long live Connor.

Call of Duty: Rockies and Video Games - Rockies Zingers Colorado Rockies Baseball
Richard Bergstrom talked to several Rockies players about their video game habits. Some of the players believe playing games helps them on the field. I don't know about that, but it certainly can't hurt them away from it. Better to be inside playing video games and eating healthy, as the guys claim to be doing, rather than out on the town drinking and doing whatever else dudes in their 20s tend to do.