Colorado Rockies Rundown: Flande, Bridich, Weiss, Winter
By Bobby DeMuro
Sep 16, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Colorado Rockies manager W. Weiss gestures in the ninth inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Your morning rundown — news, notes, analysis, and more — on the biggest stories surrounding the Colorado Rockies for this Monday, September 21, 2015.
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The Colorado Rockies are gearing up for a big series this evening against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Four games against the second-best team in all of baseball (you know, more or less).
It could be either a fun week in Denver playing the role of playoff spoiler, or a long week losing four games to a very good team in front of Coors Field crowds of about 583 people. Likely, it’ll fall in between those two extremes.
Ok. Not a ton of news today, Sundays are typically slower news days, so we’ve only got a couple of things to cover… Here’s what’s going down in today’s edition of the rundown:
- Yohan Flande is recovering from his comebacker injury; his teammates love his toughness and focus.
- Purple Row has a good piece up about the Colorado Rockies and a possible nuclear winter that’ll hopefully provoke thought.
- Jeff Bridich had a long radio interview today about the Rockies; we dive into some of the important quotes you need to know.
Lots to discuss! Let’s cover today’s news and notes around the Colorado Rockies.
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