Today is the first day of workouts for pitchers and catchers at spring training in Scottsdale for the Colorado Rockies. Here are some items of note involving the Rockies in the past few days.
The Rockies and AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain announced on Tuesday that 150 of the club’s 162 game schedule in 2018. Some of the games will be not be on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain because they will be nationally televised (e.g. April 7 against the Dodgers will be on Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN) but some will not be televised at all. They are all weekday, day games. As of now, they are May 2 in Milwaukee, May 23 in Pittsburgh, June 20 in Arizona, June 26 in San Francisco, July 17 at Coors against the Giants, August 21 in Arizona, and September 18 at Coors against the Mets.
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With their offseason moves, I personally don’t view the Rockies as getting much higher than that.