General manager Jeff Bridich dismissed a report on Monday that suggested the Rockies were in talks with veteran star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, claiming it to be untrue.
Jeff Bridich has been among the most active general managers in a Hot Stove season that has been cold as ice. But the Rockies’ fourth-year GM said on Wednesday that he still sees ways to upgrade Colorado’s personnel before the club reports to Spring Training in five weeks.
The challenge of chasing the Dodgers and the D-backs — and bracing for an improved Giants club — in the tough National League West is incentive for the Rockies to push for better, general manager Jeff Bridich said Tuesday on “High Heat” on MLB Network.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich acknowledged that the has had conversations with the Rays about closer Alex Colome — as was the hot rumor on Monday’s first day of the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich arrived at the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Sunday with money to spend to improve the 2018 Rockies. But he is already showing that he’s just as inclined to buy smart.
It’s no secret that the Rockies would like to find a way to re-sign free-agent closer Greg Holland and catcher Jonathan Lucroy to multi-year deals. They wouldn’t hesitate to bring back reliever Pat Neshek, and if outfielder Carlos Gonzalez would be interested in a one-year deal to rebuild his market value, he could return, too.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich said he has been in contact with free-agent catcher Jonathan Lucroy in an effort to re-sign him, and the team is also kicking around options at first base.
The Rockies can solidify their 2018 bullpen by re-signing free-agent closer Greg Holland, but general manager Jeff Bridich says he must be prepared for all scenarios.
Nolan Arenado isn’t among the finalists for this year’s National League Most Valuable Player Award, but the third baseman does it all for Colorado as a major offensive producer — he drove in 130 RBIs in 2017 — and one of the game’s most elite defenders.
General manager Jeff Bridich emphasized that the Rockies must maintain their belief in themselves despite struggles that have tightened the National League Wild Card race. The Rockies entered Wednesday’s game holding the second Wild Card spot, but had lost 10 of their last 14 games.
Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich’s confidence has reached the hearts of the team’s young pitchers.
MLB.com sat down with Rockies senior vice president and general manager Jeff Bridich at Salt River Fields during the final days of Spring Training to discuss his career, why signing a shortstop/outfielder to be the Rockies’ new first baseman was a good idea, and why Nolan Arenado may be one of the game’s most anonymous […]