End of Season, Now What?

Tonight is Game 161 of the year and the Rockies does have an impact on the playoff scenario.  The Brewers (Rockies’ opponent) and the Cardinals are battling for the Central division title.  St. Louis still has a one-game lead over the Brewers going into tonight when both Milwaukee and St. Louis lost Friday night.  Milwaukee … Continued

How Did Colorado Get Into This Mess?

Most, if not all, of the RWOers fingers are pointed at the front office specifically Jeff Bridich and Dick Monfort.  It all started according to some at the trade deadline 2018.  Nothing was done to bolster the team for beyond 2018.  Seunghwan Oh was the only one that helped in 2018, but the sabermetrics said … Continued

Worst Month in Franchise History

So much can be said about the  2019 Rockies that I could write a book about it.  The two key takeaways from the 2019 performance are no significant transaction was done at trade deadline and having the worst calendar month in franchise history.  In the month of July, the Rockies went from serious contention for … Continued

Colorado Treading Water Ahead of ASB

Colorado went through the month of June without a swoon.  The attendance reflected the fans’ confidence in the team as they are ranked sixth in the majors.  Their actions on the field had mixed results, but they avoided their annual June Swoon.  They are 44-42 and one game out of WC1 spot.  That’s a pretty … Continued

Bullpen and bor struggling

The Rockies once again swept Arizona and climbed to six games above .500 (40-34) for the first time this year.  This was also the eighth straight win in the head-to-head match up against the Snakes.  Despite starting 0-5 vs. the NL West divisional rivals (Dodgers and D-backs), they are 16-12 (16-7 since 0-5 start).  The … Continued

Rockies Sweep Arizona

Colorado climbed above .500 for the first time since the season opener with a victory in a 11-10 slugfest.  Kyle Freeland continued to struggle badly giving up five runs in just three innings before being removed by Bud Black.  He gave up two more home runs, including one to the opposing pitcher.  The Chettis and … Continued