For the Colorado Rockies, the offseason is shaping up to be quiet … or is it?
Based on the words from Colorado Rockies owner Dick Monfort and general manager Jeff Bridich just after the conclusion of the 2019 regular season, it seemed that the Rockies were backed into a corner financially. Now, almost six weeks after those quotes, not much seems to have changed.
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Certainly, there have been the stories and rumors surrounding the Rockies potentially trading someone in the offseason to free up some financial space. There has been talk that teams are asking about pitcher Jon Gray and we’ve seen plenty of stories talking about why Colorado should trade him or another key piece of the lineup in order to make some room. The truth is that the Rockies almost assuredly aren’t trading Gray, Scott Oberg or Trevor Story any time soon. We talked about why in this article.
Is what we saw on the field during a 71-91 campaign last season what we’ll be seeing in 2020 as well? Will the Rockies do much this offseason? Can the Rockies do much this offseason? These three quotes we’ve heard help shake some of that out. We’ll share the quotes with you on the following pages as well as share some analysis.