Author: Stephen Cross

Rockies writer for Inside the Diamonds and Rockies Now. I have been a Rockies fan for over 15 years.

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Why The Rockies Will Lose 100 Games in 2023

The Rockies are off to their worst start in franchise history, with a record of 6-16. As we knew before the season started, this year was going to be a challenging year for the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies are the only team in baseball to have never lost one hundred games in a 162-game season. […]

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Three Things Rockies Fans Can Be Excited For In 2023

Hey, Rockies fans! Spring Training in Arizona is complete, and Opening Day is almost here. The team might not have an enjoyable season in 2023, but there are a few things to be excited about as we head into the regular season. 1. Promising Young Talent The Rockies have some great young players who will […]

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Rockies Sign Jurickson Profar To 1-Year Deal

With the injury of 26-year-old outfielder Sean Bouchard, who is expected to miss some time this season, the Rockies on Sunday signed veteran outfielder Jurickson Profar to a one-year, $7.75 million contract. Multiple reports say that Profar will be Colorado’s starting left fielder. Kris Bryant is expected to move from left field to right field, […]

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Rockies Lose Rodgers, Gilbreath to Injuries

As we stroll through March, the month of luck, the Rockies haven’t been so lucky over the past few days. Rockies infielder Brendan Rodgers made a diving catch in a Spring Training game last week and popped his shoulder out of place. He was down for several minutes until he walked off the field on […]

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Projected 2023 Colorado Rockies Lineup

Spring has officially sprung in the Arizona desert at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick as the Colorado Rockies get ready for their 30th anniversary season. With Spring Training games beginning on Saturday and the regular season quickly approaching, let’s take a look at what the lineup will possibly look like on Opening Day in […]

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Rockies, Bud Black Agree to 1-Year Extension

On Wednesday morning, Rockies manager Bud Black announced that he and the club agreed to a 1-year contract extension through the 2024 season. This upcoming season will be the seventh season for Bud Black as manager of the Rockies. His record with the team since 2017 is 417-453 (.479). The new extension will make him […]

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