Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon’s 2017 to-do list was hard to read. Health, consistency, power … slash, slash, slash.
Rockies bullpen coach Darren Holmes’ cherished offseason duty, providing food for the needy in Asheville, N.C., once meant loading food into one such family’s car. And not just any car.
Rockies prospect Ryan McMahon knows that what happens during the Hot Stove days of the offseason will at some point have direct bearing on 2018, which is when he’s expected to receive his best chance yet to establish himself in a Major League lineup.
The Rockies have reached an agreement with utility man Shawn O’Malley on a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training, player development director Zach Wilson said Wednesday.
Although the Rockies signed veteran catcher Chris Iannetta earlier this month, there still is room for Tony Wolters and Tom Murphy.
Newly signed righty Bryan Shaw, re-signed lefty Jake McGee and Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich spent a warm winter’s afternoon at Coors Field dreaming of an almost-loaded bullpen.
After being selected by the Rockies in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday, lefty Mitch Horacek just might have a chance to come home.
The Rockies’ top two offseason priorities have been addressed. They signed catcher Chris Iannetta last week, and general manager Jeff Bridich will return Thursday from the MLB Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., with agreements with righty setup man Bryan Shaw and lefty setup man Jake McGee.
Rockies fans have the opportunity to bid on two unique experiences — one during Spring Training at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Ariz., the other a VIP treatment during the regular season at Coors Field — to benefit the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich has been open to making trades this week at the Winter Meetings, but he hasn’t budged when teams have asked for a strong group of young starting pitchers.
The Rockies and reliever Jake McGee have agreed on a contract that will bring the left-hander back to Colorado, according to the New York Post. MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal was the first to report a deal was close.