With the month of April leaving us and the month of May arriving, let’s take a look back at the Colorado Rockies in the first full month of the season. We’ll be going over every aspect of the game for the Rockies from April.
The month of April wasn’t a pretty one for the Rockies as they finished with a 15-15 record. There have been many concerns as of late from the lack of offense, injuries, and even the bench players not performing. Looking back on the opening month of baseball, we can see that there is room for error as of now … and there is still plenty of time for the Rockies to get back on top.
However, if they continue on the same pace they ended the month, they will be out of reach for contention in the National League West. The Arizona Diamondbacks have started the season strong while the Los Angeles Dodgers received a tough bit of news on Monday with the loss of Corey Seager for the season. Monday’s Colorado loss in Chicago also pushed the San Francisco Giants ahead of the Rockies in the division standings.
With all of that being said, let’s dive in on Colorado’s April.