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With the New Year and holiday season behind us, let’s look ahead to the 2015 MLB season and offer some analysis of what we can expect from the Colorado Rockies.
For how quiet things have been for the Colorado Rockies thus far during the 2015 off-season, the year ahead might hold significant changes for this struggling franchise.
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Is there any chance that the Rockies will contend in 2015? Is there still a splashy move ahead before spring training starts? Will Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez remain members of the Rockies? How firm is Walt Weiss‘s footing as the team’s manager?
The Rockies are caught in a dreaded middle ground. On the one hand, any team that has Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez can reasonably think they are a few pieces away from contending. On the other hand, the organization has a new general manager in place and enough failure in recent years to talk themselves into tearing things down and rebuilding.
It is that in-between, that need to choose one path or the other, which hangs over many of the big questions for the Rockies in 2015.
That is just the start of the questions that the Rockies have to consider in the year that lies ahead. Here are some predictions for what you can expect to see from the Rockies in 2015.