Apr 21, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; General view of Coors Field during the first inning of the game between the San Diego Padres against the Colorado Rockies. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
Covering the notable news and notes of the past week across all minor league affiliates of the Colorado Rockies.
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The Colorado Rockies’ minor league affiliates are all winding down their seasons here in another week or so, and this will likely be our second-to-last minor league update of the season, accordingly. (Have you noticed we’ve sort of been playing with the format of these updates?)
The big league club has been entirely disappointing this year, with few bright spots, and yet the Colorado Rockies actually have some great pieces coming throughout the minor leagues that deserve some attention.
Sure, none of ’em might pan out, but considering how many prospects are coming up, and how well thought of the system is around baseball, the Rockies could be positioning themselves for something cool in a few years. (I know, we’ve all heard that before, it seems.)
Pay special attention to AAA Albuquerque and to a lesser extent, AA New Britain, as these two clubs will get some players called up as rosters expand in September.
To the minors we go! Click through the slideshow to get up to date on the Colorado Rockies’ affiliates…
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