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Affected by Altitude: The Rockies did a thing! (Feat. Patrick Lyons)

Evan and Skyler are joined by Patrick Lyons to discuss the two MLB free agents the Rockies signed last week and what else needs to be done.

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The podcast Affected by Altitude is hosted by Purple Row staff writers Evan Lang and Skyler Timmins, who are incredibly proud and excited to be lending their voices to more great Rockies content for you to enjoy. Joining Evan and Skyler is a rotating cast of guests hosts to talk shop about everyone’s favorite purple baseball team.

This week, Skyler and Evan are joined by Patrick Lyons to discuss what seemed impossible: the Colorado Rockies have finally signed some big league free agents this offseason in catcher Jacob Stallings and RHP Dakota Hudson. The boys break down the signings and what they mean for the team. Meanwhile, the Rockies have other needs to address and other moves we would like to see them make. We round things out with a look around the winter leagues as we near ever closer to spring training.

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Affected by Altitude is a weekly or bimonthly podcast featuring roundtable discussion, game segments, interviews, and the occasional hot take from a group of Rocky Mountain Rooftop contributors. We live in different places, have varying backgrounds, but we are all united in our love of the Rockies and a desire to provide fans with a fresh new voice.

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This episode was recorded on Saturday, January 6th, 2024. Statistics and events may not be current at time of posting.