The Colorado Rockies will soon offer a fan experience similar to the one found around other parks, often the newer ones, where there is an area nearby with related entertainment. The “Stadium District” will include restaurants and hotels and those sorts of amenities in addition to a Rockies Hall of Fame.
No word yet on how the Coors factor will affect those honored in the team’s Hall of Fame.
I think he already was? Or was that something different? Man, these awards. Either way, whether this was his first or second comeback player of the year award, Holland earned it with his record-setting season in 2017 as the Rockies’ closer.
Relevant to the Rockies as much as any other team, there just has not been much action this winter. Maybe that will change once Giancarlo Stanton is traded or when the Shohei Ohtani situation is settled. It’s still worth noting how much teams are willing to wait on free agents, sometimes waiting until close to the spring to move on significant names. We’ll see if a couple big names moving will get the ball rolling, and then we’ll hope the Rockies don’t do something weird.
The reason the “cold stove” is starting to get even more attention is because there is concern that the lack of action in free agency is a developing problem. Travis Sawchik considers the possibility of a payroll floor for teams and even notes some potential labor strife if that or some other solution is not found.
I bet you were sick of those Stanton to the Giants rumors. Well here you go—Stanton to the Cardinals rumors are only slightly less annoying. At least he wouldn’t be in the division.