Colorado Rockies: Can they keep up with the Los Angeles Dodgers?
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Fans play one of the biggest roles in a baseball game. They are known to either completely tear down a team or build them up with just the crowd’s reactions. The Dodgers have one the strongest fanbases in all of baseball.
Some fans support from where the Dodgers were originally from, Brooklyn. Since the Dodgers are now based in LA you see the influx of celebrity fans. Those celebs also have fanbases that drive in more for the boys in blue.
The Rockies take another route to reach a country-wide fanbase, social media. Their team engages with fans all over their platforms no matter where they’re from. The Rockies may not have many celebs come to a game, but they reach out to those that attend games and keep up with social media.
The Product of the Equation
I simply would like to give you all a different viewpoint when it comes to keeping up with the Dodgers. Playing devil’s advocate is the best way to remain unbiased. Now the outcome of each comparison leads to conclusions. The Dodgers will most likely be the team to beat for the unforeseen future.
That doesn’t mean that the Rockies won’t be able to kick them out of the top spot. I’d be amazed if the Dodgers didn’t take the NL division title or even make a postseason appearance (though I will own up to it if that does happen).
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The Rockies are on the cusp of having a stellar team that is up to par with the Dodgers. All that has to be done is letting the chips fall where they may. The best thing about baseball is all the what if’s it keeps us on our toes. This division is exactly the reason to watch the Rockies who will be able to keep up with the Dodgers.