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Too often Coors Field acts like an inhibitor, blocking the signal and halting the process of consideration before it can even begin.
He’s getting playing time with the Rockies because of Ian Desmond’s injury, and some of the early statistical indicators are encouraging, but what should fantasy owners do in the short- and long-term regarding the free-swinging slugger?
A look at a trio of under-the-radar Rockies hitting prospects whose stocks could spike on their way to Coors.
Is the move to Coors Field a boon for the shortstop’s fantasy value?
Ben and Sam preview the Rockies’ season (and analyze Coors Field) with Russell A. Carleton, and Nick talks to Denver Post Rockies beat writer (and National Baseball Writer) Troy Renck (at 30:39).
Are the Rockies passig up a substantial advantage?
A PITCHf/x look at the type of arsenal that fares well at altitude.
The Rockies teams of the last few years made a talent gap worse by failing to take advantage of Coors Field. It’s a priority for new manager Walt Weiss to change that.
Ben and Sam consider whether the ballpark might be to blame for the Rockies’ lackluster first two decades, then discuss the annual phenomenon of attendance shaming.
Giancarlo Stanton’s recent rampage against the Rockies inspires two questions: Have the Rockies ever had a “real” power hitter? And if not, why the heck haven’t they?
The longest home run hit in almost three years went out on Friday night. You know you want to watch it.
The Rockies have tried to make a four-man rotation work before.
The Rockies need pitching. Here’s how they’re trying to find it.
There is enough evidence to perform at least an exploratory empirical analysis of what types of skills are best accentuated by Coors Field.