I lead the Colorado Rockies to a World Series Championship…sort of
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August & September
During both these months the Colorado Rockies were gearing up for a postseason run. All the newly arrived players that came via trade settled in and began to dominate in their respective positions.
However, their combined for both months 33-22 record was not good enough to capture a division title as the Dodgers accomplished that. This left the Rockies with capturing a Wild Card spot. With a final record of home being 49-32 and way being 43-38 the Colorado Rockies got the 1st Wild Card spot with a 92-70 record.
Since the Colorado Rockies won the 1st place spot, they had home field advantage. The Rockies had to face off against fellow NL West team San Francisco Giants. They won the game via walkoff with the score being 3-2. This moved them onto the NLDS where they were to play the Dodgers. They finished the series 3-2, moving them onto the NLCS to play the Washington Nationals. The Rockies almost got a sweep but lost the fourth game, however they went on to win the fifth game finishing the series out 4-1.
They were headed to the World Series. They had to wait for a couple of days the Yankees and the Astros had to duke it out to see who would go on to play them. The Yankees eventually beat out the Astros and the games were set. The Colorado Rockies were crowned World Series champions after playing 5 games where they won the series 4-1 with game five being at home.
I won the Colorado Rockies a World Series on my own. All me. While only making three trades that had great impacts on the roster and helped in the effort to contend. You’re welcome Rockies fans I hope you’re happy. That is all.