Aug 19, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies relief pitcher G. Germen (62) watches as Washington Nationals right fielder B. Harper (34) scores on a wild pitch during the seventh inning at Coors Field. The Nationals won 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports
For various reasons, the ten guys on this list are relief arms the Colorado Rockies ought to take a look at when rosters expand in September.
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The Colorado Rockies haven’t exactly had a solid bullpen, but if you needed me to tell you how bad they’ve been, well, you must not have been watching
the past several weeks
the past season or five.
But this year, with a new general manager and hopefully somewhat of a new thought process as far as development and a plan to win games eventually, maybe — just maybe — the Colorado Rockies will take a chance with a few young and/or untested bullpen arms and try to develop some talent in the ‘pen before 2016.
Sure, bullpens are fickle, and it’d do the club well to pick up a free agent or two this winter anyways to help out the ‘pen and solidify some roles for next season. But there are a few guys already in the Rockies’ organization that the club might do well to give a shot this September when rosters expand as they try to gain some ground on 2016.
Here we go…
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