Offensive Lineman Max Garcia Earns Glowing Remarks From Broncos Coaches — CBS Denver

By Chad Jensen (247 SPORTS) – I’ll be the first one to admit that in reading the offseason signs, I didn’t foresee good things on the horizon for Max Garcia. The fourth-year interior offensive lineman has started the last 32 games at left guard for the Broncos, but despite being the incumbent, he received no…

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Why Will Barton will be even better this season for the Denver Nuggets — Denver Stiffs – All Posts

Plus, notes on Trey Lyles In this episode, I lay out the case for why Will Barton can have his best season yet now that he will be in the starting lineup and with a more consistent role. I also talk about how Trey Lyles can set himself apart and grab 20 mpg. Lastly, I…

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After ‘Hitting Reset Button,’ Jon Gray Leads Rockies To Another W — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) — Viewed as a power pitcher, Jon Gray always felt he needed to rely on strikeouts. He altered that thinking. This is Jon Gray: Version 2.0. Gray threw effectively into the seventh inning and Ian Desmond hit a two-run triple in the sixth, leading the Colorado Rockies to a 6-2 win over the…

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Colorado Rockies to call up Matt Holliday from Triple-A Albuquerque — The Denver Post

A Holliday reunion is imminent for the Rockies. Matt Holliday, the 38-year-old slugger who played a leading role in Colorado’s run to the World Series in 2007, will have his contract purchased from Triple-A Albuquerque on Thursday and will be added to the Rockies’ roster, The Denver Post has learned. There is a chance Holliday…

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