Monthly Archives: April 2017

Stephens: Kyle Freeland joins an exclusive club of homegrown Rockies — The Denver Post

Baseball in Denver has changed dramatically since John Burke was drafted by his hometown Colorado Rockies in 1992. First off, the Rockies don’t have to share a stadium with the Denver Broncos. And there’s the added benefit of fans now understanding the game. “It’s very different because Colorado never had a team and when we…

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Avalanche prospects Butcher and Morrison set to battle in Frozen Four — Mile High Sports

No matter how Thursday night’s Frozen Four matchup between the University of Denver and Notre Dame shakes out, the Colorado Avalanche will have one prospect playing for a national championship this weekend. Pioneers defenseman Will Butcher figures to log some major minutes, and will likely draw several shifts against the top line for the Fighting…

via Avalanche prospects Butcher and Morrison set to battle in Frozen Four — Mile High Sports

Another Quarterback Battle in Denver? — Reporting Ritchie

Another offseason, another quarterback battle. It was a saga that dragged on all last year, and probably by the end of it all the Broncos fans had had enough. It became obvious Kubiak liked Trevor Siemian, as he showed by keeping him in the game for the full 60 minutes against Oakland. But then Kubiak […]

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2017 NFL Draft Prospects: Top Running Backs — CBS Denver

Ryan Mayer The NFL Draft is slated to take place in the city of brotherly love from April 27th-April 30th. As you get ready to watch who your team will select, CBS Local Sports will preview the top available prospects in the various different position groups. The running back in today’s NFL has dropped significantly…

via 2017 NFL Draft Prospects: Top Running Backs — CBS Denver

The youngest of the Rockies’ starters, Senzatela set for MLB debut — Mile High Sports

When it comes to their starting rotation, the Colorado Rockies are going with a full-on youth movement. The average age of their starters is only 24.8. The baby of the group is 22-year-old Antonio Senzatela. On Thursday, Senzatela will make his MLB debut when he takes the mound against the Milwaukee Brewers. Not only has he…

via The youngest of the Rockies’ starters, Senzatela set for MLB debut — Mile High Sports

Rockies home opener 2017: First pitch time, best routes to Coors Field, where to eat and more — The Denver Post

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Can you feel it? Baseball season is underway and the Colorado Rockies are set to make their home debut Friday at Coors Field against the Los Angeles Dodgers. It’s set to be a beautiful day — with sunshine and a 72-degree high temperature. But with all the Lower Downtown hooplah, from packed bars and a…

via Rockies home opener 2017: First pitch time, best routes to Coors Field, where to eat and more — The Denver Post

Colorado Avalanche Must Decide What to do with Rene Bourque — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche signed Rene Bourque after an impressive preseason. But does he have a future with the club? When the Colorado Avalanche brought Rene Bourque to training camp on a PTO, I thought he would certainly be cut. I thought the team wanted to bring in some competition for the young guns while the…

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