Five Bold Predictions for the Rockies in the Second Half
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The Rockies enter the All-Star Break with a 52-39 record, good enough for third place in the NL West and for the second wild-card spot, 7.5 games ahead of the reigning World Champion Chicago Cubs.
The Colorado Rockies entered the All-Star break on a very high note as Kyle Freeland nearly threw a no-hitter on Sunday against the Chicago White Sox (as we discussed in these two articles). The Rockies and their fans are hoping that Freeland’s performance will get the Rockies back on the right track after playing poorly the past two and a half weeks. However, they still have a strong hold on the second wild card spot in the National League so the Rockies and their fans hope that the team will continue their success into the second half and clinch a playoff spot. However, before that, the Rockies have to play the second half of the season. Here are some bold predictions for the second half.