Rockies’ starting pitching sparked their recent turnaround — but more importantly, it’s the key to a divisional title run — The Denver Post

Ask manager Bud Black or any pitcher in the Rockies’ rotation, and they are succinct in their analysis of why the season nearly went off the rails during a disastrous June. Colorado’s starting pitchers had a 5.37 ERA that month, sinking the team to a season-high four games below .500 and as many as eight games…

via Rockies’ starting pitching sparked their recent turnaround — but more importantly, it’s the key to a divisional title run — The Denver Post

O’Halloran: Projecting the Broncos’ initial 53-man roster — The Denver Post

Ninety Broncos players will report to training camp Friday, five weeks and one day ahead of the deadline to cut the roster to 53. Here is our projection of how the roster will look like: OFFENSE (25) Quarterbacks (three): Case Keenum, Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly. A semi-tough call but we think Kelly will do enough…

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Denver Broncos run defense tabbed as second-best in NFL — Mile High Sports

Since Von Miller began terrorizing quarterbacks as a rookie and “No Fly Zone” took off during the Denver Broncos’ Super Bowl run in 2015, that’s been the identity of Denver’s defense – pass rush and pass coverage. 215 more words

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HT: Broncos that could disappoint in 2018 — Mile High Report – All Posts

Every NFL season sees the rise of new talents and the decline of older ones. We like to talk about the stars & breakout candidates, but who are the Broncos who might not do so well in 2018? As training camp approaches, we’re all set to watch & analyze some exciting additions to the Broncos’…

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What the Brad Hand trade means for the Colorado Rockies and NL West — Rox Pile

The Cleveland Indians and San Diego Padres came together on a big trade that send some shockwaves throughout the baseball world as the Padres sent their closer Brad Hand and reliever Adam Cimber to the Indians for the top catching prospect in all of baseball, according to MLB.com, in Francisco Mejia. The Colorado Rockies (and…

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Colorado Avalanche: 5 Amazing Rookie Goals from 2017-18 — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche were in full youth movement for the 2017-18 season. They got some amazing rookie goals out of their commitment. The Colorado Avalanche showed full commitment to their youth movement last year. At any given time last season, the Avs were dressing four or five rookies. They were consistently in the top three for…

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Tom Nalen sees power struggle for Broncos ownership — Mile High Report – All Posts

Denver’s Ring of Fame center was on Thursday’s Vic Lombardi Show and he gave a provocative answer on the state of ownership. Tom Nalen has always been one-of-a-kind. From his days as the Denver Broncos center when he refused to talk to the media to a year-and-a-half ago when he abruptly left Denver radio station…

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