Colorado Rockies Rundown: Minors, Barnes, Miller, Hoffman, Arenado’s MVP
Sep 6, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; A general view of Coors Field before the first inning of the game between the Colorado Rockies and the San Francisco Giants. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports
Your morning rundown — news, notes, analysis, and more — on the biggest stories surrounding the Colorado Rockies for this Thursday, September 10, 2015.
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The Colorado Rockies wrap up their series with the San Diego Padres this afternoon, after which they will head up to Seattle for a three-game set against the Mariners to last them through the weekend.
From there, it’s time to head back to southern California with three games agains the Dodgers, likely because the baseball gods hate the Rockies. Just kidding.
Hey, somewhat of a slow baseball news day today, so let’s get into it now. Here’s what’s going down in today’s edition of the rundown:
- Members of the national media are starting to campaign for Nolan Arenado to be recognized in the MVP race.
- EPSN’s insider Keith Law looks at the good and the bad of Colorado Rockies top prospect Jeff Hoffman.
- Brandon Barnes has new bat stickers commemorating a very memorable Rockies moment.
- Justin Miller finds a home in the Major Leagues.
- Minor league awards are starting to come in. We’ll have LOTS on the minor leagues soon, but until then, here’s some news.
Lots to discuss! Let’s cover today’s news and notes around the Colorado Rockies.
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