Here’s proof the Colorado Rockies are just as bored as you are

Let’s face it. The world has changed a lot in the span of a few days. It hasn’t only morphed for so many of us and our normal daily routines, but also for members of the Colorado Rockies as well.

We took to social media to see how members of the Colorado Rockies are passing the time with baseball still on the back burner thanks to the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease outbreak. Here are some of the things we found.

First, Charlie Blackmon is on the move. With Salt River Fields at Talking Stick shut down, it’s likely the Rockies All-Star is heading back to Denver where it’s reported that Coors Field will be open for voluntary workouts.

Wherever he is heading, Blackmon took some time to answer some questions from fans via Instagram.

Meanwhile, it appears Ryan McMahon is staying put and feeling the same way we all do right about now without baseball in our lives.

Rockies reliever Phillip Diehl has resorted to putting some puzzles together to try to pass the time.

I think it’s also safe to say that Kyle Freeland’s dog speaks for many of us and the way we are feeling right now.

Finally, how about Drew Butera’s workout?

With a winter storm hammering parts of Colorado today, Rockies fans may feel even a little more isolated today than days prior. Take solace in knowing you’re not alone. Your favorite baseball players are feeling the same sense of malaise that you are. And we’re all hoping that the sports stoppage (and the weather) is over soon.


We’re sending all of you (and all of the Rockies) are best thoughts and manifesting that baseball is back soon. We miss it. You miss it. We know the Rockies miss it too.