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Aug 21, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies starting pitcher J. Gray (55) delivers a pitch during the first inning against the New York Mets at Coors Field. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

September isn’t worthless

(via Rockies Zingers)

Nick Tremaroli over at Rockies Zingers has a good piece up about September, and the Colorado Rockies, and really all the intriguing/interesting/good/optimistic/not awful things going on around the club this September as they look ahead to 2016.

Obviously, for some people who are perennially in “win-now” mode, the “looking ahead” will never suffice, and no amount of realistic analysis or common sense explanations will make them see anything any different.

[ Related: Early guesses at the Colorado Rockies’ 2016 rotation ]

But, for those who are more, shall we say level-headed about their expectations around the Colorado Rockies, Tremaroli has a good grasp on some of the important things happening in Denver in September.

This isn’t playoff baseball (Kyle Kendrick is back in the rotation!), but there’s a lot of good stuff there. Or, at the very least, there are a few things to watch for if you’d like to follow the Colorado Rockies in 2016, because right now you’re going to get something of an idea for what part of that club may look like.

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