Colorado Rockies Tinder: A Range Of Hot And Cold
By Bobby DeMuro
Jul 20, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies center fielder C. Blackmon (19), catcher N. Hundley (4), and right fielder C. Gonzalez (5) rush in to celebrate with first baseman B. Paulsen (10) after Paulsen hit a walk off single to win the game during the ninth inning against the Texas Rangers at Coors Field. The Rockies won 8-7. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports
The Colorado Rockies came back to Denver this week, and right now they’re playing the Texas Rangers in what just feels like it’s going to be a crazy series.
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The Colorado Rockies are back home, again, after a three day road series and a four day All Star break. Doesn’t this Rangers series just have a feel to it like it’s going to be wild and crazy for two more days, especially after last night’s game? Am I crazy?
Be warned — for obvious Monday night reasons, for the very first time this season, one of the members of the Colorado Rockies is going to make both sides of this list, both hot and cold.
Hey, man, I know, it took us 90 games, but Crazy Rockies Baseball (TM) is upon us and weird things are starting to happen. Is there a full moon?
Also, do you get the title of this post — a range of hot and cold? Because the Rox are playing the Rangers? Ok…
Anyways, hit the jump to the next slide for the hottest of hot Rox.
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