Help us settle a debate on which member of the Colorado Rockies won the Internet in recent days. Was it Kyle Freeland with some amazing golf trick shots or was it Charlie Blackmon who introduced the world to his new black labrador retriever puppy?
Let’s face it, we’re all trying to stay connected to our favorite Colorado Rockies players in some way. Luckily, with the Internet and social media, we can still get glimpses into what the Rockies are doing right now to cope with the uncertainty that still exists surrounding the 2020 baseball season.
Also luckily, Kyle Freeland and Charlie Blackmon have given Rockies fans plenty to smile about over the last few days.
First, let’s start with the new cuteness that is now a part of the Rockies family. Blackmon introduced the world to Ozzy, the family’s new lab puppy. In videos and photos, it’s pretty easy to see that Chuck Nazty already has found a new best fur friend.
While it’s always hard to compete with dogs for attention (and Freeland knows that very well with the golden retriever and German shepherd that are a part of his life), Freeland decided to show off some of his golf skills that he has been working on during quarantine.
Of course, these aren’t outdoor golf skills. These are trick shots that Freeland has perfected in his house. Take a look at the video proof below.
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Now here’s the big question we’re posing to Rockies fans today: Which of these two big social media moments won the week in your eyes? Was it the new puppy or the indoor golf trick shots?
Let us know by voting in the Twitter poll or by commenting below in the comments section.
Simply put, there are no wrong answers here. We’re thankful for both as they helped us great through another day without baseball.
To all Rockies players, keep the good content coming. We all need it.