On the first full day of the winter meetings, Colorado Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich was interviewed by MLB Network Radio hosts Jeff Joyce and, one of the Rockies very own TV broadcasters, Ryan Spilborghs and he was asked numerous questions about the team.
The Winter Meetings are always the busiest time of the offseason because everybody in baseball is all in one place. This also provides a great time for people to interviews and quotes from managers, coaches, and executives that they may not always be able to get and this was no exception as Jeff Bridich made an appearance on MLB Network Radio today and he discussed a lot about the Rockies.
The first question that was asked of him was by Jeff Joyce and he asked whether or not Bridich thought that he expected the Rockies to make moves at the meetings or it be a feeling out process to assess the market. Bridich said:
"Our hope would be that it’s more than a feeling out process. The hope would be that we get some stuff done. It’s never a guarantee…but we’re ready to try to do some things here by the end of the week."
Bridich was then asked about a huge need for the team.