Have The Colorado Rockies Turned A Corner?


May 30, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Colorado Rockies relief pitcher John Axford (66) and catcher Nick Hundley (4) congratulate each other after a victory against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The Colorado Rockies won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Colorado Rockies have had a great week in Cincinnati and Philadelphia, but is that indicative of a team improving, or just one good week in a season of losses?

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The Colorado Rockies have had a great week, winning four of six games on their road trip entering Sunday’s affair with the Philadelphia Phillies. They are pitching better, they are hitting… well enough, and they are winning.

Sure, it’s against two bad teams, but the Rox are winning on the road, which is something last year’s squad never did (remember that 21-60 road record debacle in 2014? Yeah…).

All these things should make us happy… right? So we asked it in the poll question today: have the Rockies turned a corner? Or is this week a mirage in an otherwise crappy season?

Nobody is saying that, you know, this team is going to contend in the NL West or anything, but the Rockies of ten days ago, and the Rockies we see today, are very different and would be the difference between a 70ish win team, and maybe a 77ish win club.

That’s a big difference, and one that could not only save Walt Weiss’ job, but obviously develop the club to be in a better position to win sooner in 2016 and beyond.

Either way, here you go. Vote here:

As we always do about this time, tweet us @RoxPileFS, or me @BobbyDeMuro, and let us know what you think about the Rockies.