Colorado Rockies: New Year’s Resolutions for the 2018 season
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Introduce yourself to Eric Hosmer
There’s no harm in reaching out. As the offseason winds down the look of things is that the Rockies will stay internal with their search for a right fielder.
If that comes to past then we have options for a free agent first baseman *cough cough* possibly Eric Hosmer. Granted that this does happen there will be good depth added to the roster. Along with that, Ian Desmond could literally be placed anywhere.
Eric Hosmer would be a great addition to an already offensively good team. Last season Hosmer put up a .318/.385/.498 offensive slashline with 25 home runs and 94 RBIs. These stats can only benefit an already thriving team.
Don’t forget Hosmer is a defensive asset for any team posting a .997 fielding percentage. Adding Eric Hosmer would only contribute even more to a postseason worthy team.
New Year, New Rockies
Some may have thought that this list would’ve been longer. However, as stated earlier, there are really only a few minor things that the Rockies have to get done before the cleats touch the grass.
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When 2018 comes the Rockies will have a new mentality and new outlook on the upcoming season. Putting all these resolutions into play will only have a progressive effect on this team.