Colorado Rockies Rundown: Flande, Bridich, Weiss, Winter

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Sep 16, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Colorado Rockies manager W. Weiss reacts against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Jeff Bridich’s interview

(via MLB Trade Rumors)

Colorado Rockies’ general manager Jeff Bridich spoke to Jim Duquette on MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM; click here to listen to the full thing.

MLB Trade Rumors has transcribed some highlights for the Internet, too.

First, on what the club could do this winter, Bridich said that everything is on the table as far as moves go:

"“[Those moves include] players, how the team looks, how the team gelled together this year. We had a number of guys injured so we’ll have to make a number of evaluations in terms of those players, do they factor into our future whether they’re young players or veteran guys headed towards free agency. We’ll evaluate our own process [in the] front office, evaluate the Major League staff and our collective combined process together this year.”"

[ Related: Looking at the Colorado Rockies’ 2016 schedule ]

On Walt Weiss and whether or not the manager will be back for 2016:

"“We’ll have meetings, sit down and talk and see what the right fit is. This isn’t the time or the place yet to say 100 percent yes or no. He’s got to have a part in that too and we’re going to let the season play out before we make that final determination.”"

And, on whether big changes were coming on the horizon, specifically as to whether the Colorado Rockies would ever trade Carlos Gonzalez:

"“We’ll probably proceed as we have for the last year, which is eyes and ears open and if people want to talk we’re willing to talk. I think we’ve showed that if we were hellbent on trading Carlos Gonzalez, he would’ve already been gone by now.”"

Well then. Readers… a penny for your thoughts?

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